There has not been a mutual understanding between black people and white people for the longest time and that is because there is still a lot that black people will have to achieve for them to get to that point. When the conversation about land expropriation without compensation arises, it only makes sense for us to find ways to engage and point out how this has been going.
When life doesn't turn out the way we'd hoped, planned or expected, we feel tremendous disappointment and start doubting everything, including ourselves, but that doesn't simply mean that we need to give up on life. There is more to life than focusing on the things we couldn't fix.
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Felicia Mokoena is a South African actress and reality star. She was born in De Beer and later moved to Evaton to live with her grandmother. Felicia was known to have been married to the famous South African former football star, Teko Modise popularly recognized as one of the best football legends in Mzansi who has made a lot of difference in the football industry.
Julius Malema is in hot water as Neil De Beer, the founder of a new political party, United Independent Movement which is leading a gun protest in Cape Town revealed that the red beret leader is getting away with a lot crimes because he is being protected by the ANC government.
Johannesburg - The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has destroyed the Pretoria High Court's judgment that pronounced the lockdown guidelines invalid and unlawful. The SCA seat that conveyed the scorching judgment on Thursday likewise needed the one who hauled Co-employable Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma over the guidelines to be criminally indicted.
Man murdered during understudy fight Understudies accumulate to offer appreciation to a spectator who passed on purportedly subsequent to being taken shots at short proximity with elastic projectiles during understudy fights nearby in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
Pupils and teachers alike at Hoerskool Hennenman have been left shocked and horrified by the sudden passing of a pupil on Tuesday after collapsing in class. The grade 9 student who name is Heinrich de Beer was choreographing a dance with fellow pupils when during Life Orientation class when he suddenly fell to the ground instantly losing consciousness. Howard Ndaba, the Free State department of education spokesperson gave further insight as to what exactly happened in the untimely death of Heinrich. "Towards
When South Africa embarked on national lockdown,it was done to try and delay the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic which had been declared a national disaster.Under lockdown,some regulations were put in place to help the people against increasing the risk of contracting the Coronavirus. Some of the regulations saw suspension of public gatherings,suspension of the sale of alcohol and tobacco products,temporary closing of different business units such as restaurants and salons etc. Not everyone was pleased with
No one in our family, from the smallest to the oldest, is immune to the stress brought on by the current state of uncertainty. However, because most teenagers are unable to articulate their emotions, local psychologist Dr. Ilse de Beer advises parents not to forget about their children during this period.
Drug dealing continues to be a top priority on the list of crimes which the South African Police Services wants to get rid of in our communities. A media statement was issued out by the police department on the 27th of May 2021 which showed the serious intent the members have towards such crimes.
It’s no hide and seek that people are already living their best lives, the lockdown restrictions is the news of the past. However, the Liberty Fighter’s Network is actively urging all South Africans to return to “normal life” as the lockdown is over, according to their opinion. Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is feeling the heat of this pandemic lockdown. The minister was given until the 23 June to rectify and republish the constitutionally. ”If we wait for the government to
Since the state of emergency was initiated no good thing was achieved but more and more problems that the Contry faced thus far. The political parties are calling upon government to do away with lockdown as they believe that it has served it puporse.What more should we ask for or merely go for as a country to remedy the situation?the lives that is been lost is surely not something to celebrate but something to look up for and develop strength and be united in fight against a daddly virus.The leadership of m
The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria is relied upon to hear an intrigue over the defendability and legitimacy of the lockdown guidelines administering. Agreeable Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is engaging the 2 June administering by Judge Norman Davis who pronounced that all lockdown guidelines were unlawful and invalid. The conference will be heard on Wednesday. The Liberty Fighters Network (LFN), which prosecuted the issue, testing the lawfulness of the guidelines,
https://www.facebook.com/700865015/videos/10159353032465016/ In the early hours of the 14th of January a businessman who went on a vacation in Hoedspruit shared a video which showed a pride of lions which were laying down on the doorstep relaxing and enjoying the morning breeze. This businessman who is identified as Mr De Beer captioned the video that he posted by saying "So we arrived at my father's house which is for sale in Leadwood estate hoedspruit today only to find out that someone else ( refering to
The Minister of Higher Education Dr Blade Nzimande have proven beyond doubt that he is unable to provide solutions to all students complaints.Surprisingly, instead of providing solutions to students, he is making their matters worse.
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has whipped Liberty Fighters Network (LFN) president Reyno de Beer for the "unmerited slanderous and profane expressions" he made during the allure of a High Court judgment that proclaimed the majority of the Level 3 and Level 4 lockdown guidelines illegal.
Appeal of ruling; 2 June 2020 NDZ appealing the Ruling by Judge Norman Davis who declared that all lockdown regulations were unconstitutional and invalid on 2 June 2020. The appeal will be heard on Wednesday 25 June 2020 in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. And KFN, President Reyno de Beer, are ready to meet NDZ for the second round, and yes!!! They are ready to see you what you can pull out of your bag of trick tricks. KFN KFN, president Reyno De Beer said they have opted to keep it straight and simpl
The mishap and episode examinations division of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) says it has begun researching the airplane mishap in Pretoria on Tuesday in which a young lady was killed. Hoërskool Montana declared that the individual who was murdered was Anika de Beer, an evaluation 11 student at the school. The school said De Beer had finished her performance flight a couple of days prior, which had been one she had always wanted. "Our most profound sympathy to Anika's folks, family, companions and
This will be so exciting the leader of the newly established united independent Movement Neil de Beer has challenged the EFF leader to a public debate on the country's economy. De Beer said since the EFF proclaim to fighting the economy freedom ,the EFF was pertinent at the country's economy is taking a strain . But the EFF current is focus on racism and the state of the economy seems to be disregarded , De Beer said that he Challenge the EFF leader into an open debate he can choice a venue and Mr De Beer will
Enraged students have decided to name the De Beer Street in Braamfontein after Mthokozisi Ntumba, 35 after he was killed on the same street during student protests last week.