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OTHERS

Ramaphosa Grilled By Yengeni, Mkhize At ANC NEC Meeting, Guess Who Saved Him?

During the questioning of President Cyril Ramaphosa over the Phala Phala issue by former Health Minister Zweli Mkhize, who was supported by ANC veteran Tony Yengeni, ANC Chairperson Gwede Mantashe allegedly intervened to rescue him from further embarrassment.  This took place during a meeting of the ANC's National Executive Committee that had been called primarily to consider the quarantine votes cast at the Ekurhuleni regional conference, which took place earlier this month.  According to reports, Tony Yengeni

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Ramaphosa Grilled By Yengeni, Mkhize At ANC NEC Meeting, Guess Who Saved Him?

SOCIETY

How Mantashe Saved Ramaphosa From The Wrath Of 2 RET Forces At ANC NEC Meeting

Gwede Mantashe managed to save Cyril Ramaphosa from the onslaught at the NEC meeting which took place last Thursday night. Former Health Minister Zweli Mkhize and Senior ANC member Tony Yengeni are said to have called for President Cyril Ramaphosa to account for the robber which happened at his farm, during the Special national executive committee meeting on Thursday.

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How Mantashe Saved Ramaphosa From The Wrath Of 2 RET Forces At ANC NEC Meeting

SOCIETY

Police station goes 8 months without electricity

The question of who must be held responsible for leaving the Ga-Rankuwa Police Station without electricity for over eight months has become a conundrum the SAPS management teams remain unable to answer. As the Gauteng Legislature’s portfolio committee on community safety conducted an oversight visit at the police station yesterday, the question of who was to be held responsible for the blunder could still not be answered by the police's top officials.

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Police station goes 8 months without electricity

JUSTICE

Office of the Chief Justice accused of R225m corruption. Officials resigned last month. See them

Three top officials from the office of the chief justice are accused of rigging an R225 million IT contract so that they could get a big share of the money. They helped make the deal. The three people—former CFO Casper Coetzer, former spokesperson and chief director of court administration Nathi Mncube, and former case management director Yvonne van Niekerk—all quit last month and worked their last day on May 31.

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Office of the Chief Justice accused of R225m corruption. Officials resigned last month. See them

SOCIETY

These 6 Provinces will be experiencing loadshedding today, Here are some tips to prepare. Opinion.

According to Eskom's Facebook page, six provinces will be experiencing loadshedding today. This information was published via statements, all of which you can find below. Study these statements thoroughly to find out if your area will be affected and than scroll to the bottom for some tips on how to prepare.

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These 6 Provinces will be experiencing loadshedding today, Here are some tips to prepare. Opinion.

POLITICS

Mantashe saves Cyril Ramaphosa from ‘onslaught’ at NEC meeting after this was revealed about him.

source: https://www.15minutenews.com/article/2022/06/24/217108175/mantashe-saves-ramaphosa-from-onslaught-at-nec-meeting/ At a special national executive committee (NEC) meeting on Thursday night, disgraced ex-health minister Zweli Mkhize and senior ANC member Tony Yengeni allegedly demanded an explanation from President Cyril Ramaphosa about the heist at his farm in Limpopo. Two attendees at the conference have said that Yengeni backed Mkhize.

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Mantashe saves Cyril Ramaphosa from ‘onslaught’ at NEC meeting after this was revealed about him.

OTHERS

Cyril's 'Money Laundering' Scandal To Be Scrutinized At ANC Meeting

Source: https://twitter.com/News24/status/1538832601707950080?t=Yd_oSpUIQyKc0iX2DEeYBw&s=19 President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala scandal is expected to be a topical issue at the ANC National Working Committee meeting, especially now that it might impact on his bid for a second term badly. Recently, some comrades in the ANC top six met with the president to try and understand the situation, but it is argued that Ramaphosa refused to divulge further information at a closed meeting with his colleagues in the party's top six.

  7 days ago ago
Cyril's 'Money Laundering' Scandal To Be Scrutinized At ANC Meeting

OTHERS

OPINION | Not Even ANC Top Six In The Loop As Cyril Remains Mum On Phala Phala Ahead Of NWC...

Source: https://twitter.com/News24/status/1538832601707950080?t=Yd_oSpUIQyKc0iX2DEeYBw&s=19 President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala embarrassment is supposed to be an effective issue at the ANC National Working Committee meeting, particularly now that it could influence on his bid briefly term gravely. As of late, a few companions in the ANC top six met with the president to attempt to figure out the circumstance, yet it is contended that Ramaphosa would not reveal additional data at a shut gathering with his partners

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OPINION | Not Even ANC Top Six In The Loop As Cyril Remains Mum On Phala Phala Ahead Of NWC...

POLITICS

Ramaphosa ‘fell short’ in fighting corruption at Prasa, State Capture inquiry finds

Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has criticized President Cyril Ramaphosa and the ANC in the State Capture report for failing to help Popo Molefe resolve some of the difficulties at the state rail agency Prasa. Part V, Volume 2 of the State Capture inquiry report was released on Wednesday evening, and it includes the following passage: "The evidence had revealed, quite clearly, that neither the ANC leadership, the National Executive, nor the Portfolio Committee on Transport wanted to assist this board in its fight against corruption at Prasa."

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Ramaphosa ‘fell short’ in fighting corruption at Prasa, State Capture inquiry finds

POLITICS

President Cyril refused to share further details about the burglary at his farm. Read the following.

https://twitter.com/News24/status/1538832601707950080?t=LB8USwTQK0FeHW2ttBAB4A&s=19 President Cyril Ramaphosa has declined to tell ANC officials more about the farm break-in. The officials were to report to the NWC on Monday on their discussions with the president. Another possible point of dispute is the party's policy conference.

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President Cyril refused to share further details about the burglary at his farm. Read the following.

SOCIETY

These 6 Provinces will have power outages today, Here's where and tips to prepare. Opinion.

Six provinces will experience load reduction today (Monday 13 June 2022), these are Mpumalanga, North West, Kwazulu Natal, Free State, Gauteng and Multiple districts in the Limpopo area. These power cuts will mostly take place in the morning hours, however for some areas there will also be load reduction periods in the evening hours, so be sure to look for that while studying the press releases down below.

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These 6 Provinces will have power outages today, Here's where and tips to prepare. Opinion.

POLITICS

OPINION: Rating the South African Parliament in the first Half of 2022: Are the MPs doing their job?

When the former DA leader Mmusi Maimane started his OneSA pact , he said that the parliament is no longer serving the interest of the majority hence the need for independent Members of Parliament who are only accountable to voters. In this article I am going to look and rate the work that the MPs have done for South Africa in the first half of the year and see if the millions we pay them to do their job are really worthy it.

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OPINION: Rating the South African Parliament in the first Half of 2022: Are the MPs doing their job?

SOCIETY

Six pupils killed in horror crash.

YET another set of Eastern Cape children has been slain in a horrific tragedy. On Tuesday, 14 June, six kids were killed and 18 others wounded in a collision at Ngqeleni near Buntingville. The tragedy comes as the provincial department of education is still grieving two kids from Dale College, who died on their way from a hockey match last month.

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Six pupils killed in horror crash.

SOCIETY

These 6 Provinces will have Power outages today, Here's where and tips to avoid it. Opinion.

Today six provinces will be affected by power outages, these being Mpumalanga, Free State, North West, Kwazulu Natal, Gauteng and Limpopo. The information was posted to social media site Facebook via press releases. If you want to check whether you are in an affected area, please look for your province down below.

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These 6 Provinces will have Power outages today, Here's where and tips to avoid it. Opinion.

OTHERS

Office of Chief Justice accused of R225m corruption. Officials quit last month.

Three top officials from the chief justice's office are accused of rigging an R225 million IT contract. They negotiated. Casper Coetzer, Nathi Mncube, and Yvonne van Niekerk resigned last month and worked their last day on May 31. The next day, they became local partners for Thomson Reuters, a multinational media and technology company that won an R225 million, six-year contract from the chief justice's office (OCJ) They'll get R67.5m (30% of the deal's value) through their subcontract. The contract doesn't

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Office of Chief Justice accused of R225m corruption. Officials quit last month.

OTHERS

Here Is Why Clear Audits Might Result In Economic Growth.

https://ewn.co.za/2022/06/15/no-improvement-in-municipalities-accountability-as-just-16-get-clean-audits South Africa's crushed regions were spirit in the focus on Wednesday when Auditor-General (AG) Tsakani Maluleke introduced the review results for the 2020/21 monetary year. Only 16% of the country's districts got spotless reviews. - that is 41 out of 257 regions. Maluleke detailed a slight expansion in clean reviews, with 27 districts keeping up with their perfect review status and 14 accomplishing a spotless

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Here Is Why Clear Audits Might Result In Economic Growth.

OTHERS

Nelson Mandela Bay hits Day Zero as dam levels drop excessively low for water extraction

Jahman 13 June 2022 The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has arrived at Day Zero. The levels of the Impofu Dam have dropped excessively low for water extraction. The Gift of the Givers has been dispatched to penetrate boreholes in Gqeberha. Day Zero has shown up in the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality after levels in the Impofu Dam, close to Humansdorp in the Eastern Cape, dropped too low to even think about considering water extraction. On Monday, the district imparted a record to News24 that showed that the

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Nelson Mandela Bay hits Day Zero as dam levels drop excessively low for water extraction

OTHERS

The Committee Has Explained Why RIA Ledwaba Pass The SAFA Presidency Race.

https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/sport/soccer/2022-06-06-committee-explains-why-ria-ledwaba-passed-for-safa-presidency-race-but-not-nec/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1654533928-1 The administration board that evaluated the possibility during the current month's SA Football Association (Safa) elective congress has explained why VP Ria Ledwaba was acknowledged for the official race yet not for the public chief panel (NEC). Ledwaba, occupant Danny Jordaan and Safa Tshwane president Ngoako Solly Mohlabeng

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The Committee Has Explained Why RIA Ledwaba Pass The SAFA Presidency Race.

SOCIETY

SIU wants more time to probe suspicious Umgeni Water contracts worth R328m

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has spurred for an expansion of a decree permitting them to examine a few additional claims of inconsistencies at Umgeni Water - KwaZulu-Natal's biggest mass consumable water provider. On Wednesday, SIU head Andy Mothibi and other senior authorities gave the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) an outline of their examinations concerning the Department of Water and Sanitation and water sheets the nation over.

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SIU wants more time to probe suspicious Umgeni Water contracts worth R328m

SOCIETY

100-year-old District Six claimant dies before getting permission to move into her new home.

A 100-year-old claimant from District Six passes away before she can be allowed to move into her new home. Shariefa Khan, the District Six land claimant who was the oldest at the time of her death, has passed away. The 100-year-old passed away on Wednesday, before she was able to return to the place from which she and her family were forcibly taken by the government.

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100-year-old District Six claimant dies before getting permission to move into her new home.