It seems like president Cyril Ramaphosa has made some people angry once again, he has been called out a lot, lately and some people might say that this was expected. The African National Congress (ANC) was in KwaNdengezi, Durban on Saturday and Sunday and as you know, the party is still ensuring that they get as many supporters as they can.
Ramaphosa when he visited Umlazi on Sunday. President Cyril Ramaphosa has been confronted with grumblings about desperation, joblessness, and the torpid speed at which social difficult situation grants are paid. Ramaphosa drove the ANC political race in eThekwini all through the week's end before the November 1 close by government choices.
South African Disc jockey with his beautiful wife and fancy cars - DJ Bongz His original name is Bongani Dlamini and is a South African Disc jockey, songwriter and singer. He is an award winning South African House DJ, and best known for bring dance "Gwara Gwara" which makes lots of people happy crazy dancing.
A pastor of True Gospel of Christ Ministries, KwaNdengezi, who was also heard on Mbokodo FM, accused of beating his wife to death and was arrested on August 22, appeared in the Pinetown Magistrate's Court on March 23. Rev Simo Sthenjwa allegedly assaulted his wife in January this year and it appears this was not the first time as he did so since 2018 he beat her up and poured petrol on her and set her on fire, fortunately, she survived.
Law enforcement officers have shot and killed three suspects in Bishopstowe in Pietermaritzburg, the KwaZulu-Natal forensic investigators are combing the scene, while one person is on the run. The suspects are linked to a spate of murders in KwaNdengezi as well as the murder of Lieutenant-Colonel Jabulani Ndawonde last month.
Source; Isolezwe They blamed the hospital for a family member who died without being told THE family of a KwaNdengezi woman who died at RK Khan Hospital has been in shock for almost a month. Nomusa Winnie Mkhize (57) from Pretoria KwaNdengezi, was admitted to the hospital in early August suffering from high blood pressure and diabetes. Julius Mkhize, her husband, said he was waiting for his wife to be buried peacefully and then contact lawyers who would advice him on what procedures to follow when he want to
Having dark marks and facial sores is one of the things that led; Thando Chisane from KwaNdengezi; in Durban; to start her facial and skin products business.Chisane (27); the creator of Uthando Glow Skin Care said; her aim with these products is to end people's skin problems; which she faced while growing up.
Image: @TB_Mthembu Source: twitter.com -Thembinkosi Mthembu is a South African actor best know for his recurring role 'Mabutho' at Mzansi Magic's soapie The River.Thembinkosi was born and bred in KwaNdengezi, Durban obtained a Diploma in Drama and Production studies from the Durban University of Technology in 2017.
DURBAN - African National Congress (ANC) president Cyril Ramaphosa has indeed accentuated that the party has focused on ladies portrayal in its competitors list for the nearby government races. Ramaphosa was on the battle field in KwaNdengezi municipality in Durban on Sunday. The party's top chiefs have been electioneering in the area over the course of the end of the week.
A 58-year-old man was apprehended yesterday, 04 September 2020 at KwaNdengezi and he will appear in court soon for fraud committed in Pietermaritzburg earlier this year. It is alleged that the suspect would call his victims and offer them jobs at a hospital in Pietermaritzburg. The suspect told his victims that he was working as a human resources manager and has the means to get them employed if they deposited a required amount of money into his account. The victims would then deposit the required money and
Six people shot and five died NEIGHBORS in Zwelibomvu, KwaNdengezi, are still in shock after six people were shot and five died on Saturday night. The deceased, three men and two women, were said to have been friends escorting another to the party. Among the victims were two teachers at the Njabantu school. The dead were reportedly stopped by men who hid their faces at 8.30pm in a car. The men demanded firearms and told them to get out of the car and lie down. When they lay on the ground they shot. The car they
Cele FOLLOWING the trail of 10 people who died over the weekend. In the first shooting incident on Saturday in KwaNdengezi, six people were shot dead and five were killed. In the second case, four men were killed in Mangangeni, Zwelibomvu, on suspicion of stealing goats and in the third, a man was shot dead and thrown into a ravine and seen by children who were hunting. Addressing the families of those killed in the KwaNdengezi hall, Police Minister Bheki Cele said the motive for the killings was not yet known
This week the area of KwaNdengezi lost nine people in two vicious incidents of murder. In the first incident a car was stormed and six people were murdered in what is believed to be a hit. The victims were sitting in an SUV when the murderers, drove up in a polo and ordered them out of the vehicle. The victims were shot execution style in the back of the head with five of them dying on the scene and one surviving. Two of the victims are reported to be school teachers. In a incident that may be related four
In one episode at Zwelibomvu, four men were shot dead, evidently in a disagreement regarding a goat, on Saturday night. According to IOL source the killed men were allegedly involved in livestock theft. The proprietor looked and found the creature at his neighbor's property, and that men had been requested to look out for the goat, which was at that point dead. Four men, including the supposed hoodlum, were then taken by a gathering of individuals to a close by soccer field and shot. Their bodies were
Three men were reported to have been arrested yesterday in the KwaZulu-Natal by the detectives from the Provincial Organised Crime Unit. Upon the arrest of the suspects, the members seized a 9mm pistol at KwaNdengezi after the execution style murders of four young men which happened last week. On the 26th of September 2020, the KwaNdengezi police department received a report from Zwelibomvu Reserve near Olwambeni Primary School sports ground of four men who were killed. The deceased were aged between 17 and
Thembinkosi Mthembu is originally from KwaNdengezi, Durban. He was born on the 31st of July 1994. He studied Drama and production studies at the Durban University of Technology and he obtained the qualification in 2017. He then arrived in Johannesburg the same year to pursue his acting dream. however, That was not as easy as he hoped. He then had odd jobs here and there and he worked at checkers and then cell c as a dancer at some point.He is a present father to his 21months old daughter, and he says it is
Thembinkosi Brian Muthembu is a famously known South African actor who best known for his role on the River 1Magic as Mabutho.He is young and talented and embracing person and he is good at his character ,he is full of energy and strength .
DURBAN: Yesterday detectives from the Provincial Organised Crime Unit arrested 3 guys and seized a 9mm pistol at KwaNdengezi following the execution style murders of 4 young men ultimate week. On Saturday, 26 September 2020, police at KwaNdengezi acquired a document of 4 guys who were killed at Zwelibomvu Reserve close to Olwambeni Primary School game grounds. The four guys elderly among 17 and 24, were all shot within the upper frame. Information from the network indicated that the guys have been accused of
Members of the Provincial Organised Crime Unit reported success yesterday after they managed to arrest one of the countries serial killers. This was after they had been assigned by the Provincial Commissioner to investigate the brutal killing that claimed the lives of five people last year in KwaNdengezi. The members are said to have worked tirelessly as they sought to take down the ruthless murderers. In the end a 23 year old suspect was arrested at Tshelimnyama. What gave out the suspect was a cellphone he
This provided an opportunity for Grade R to Grade 7 learners to return to school. The police found students standing in line wearing masks, spraying them with antibiotics and instructing them to go to their classrooms. Parents who accompanied their children said they were happy that the children would learn after living at home for so long. They thanked KwaZulu-Natal Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu and inspectors for taking action and said their children's education was important. Ms Khengu's spokesman, Kwazi Mthethwa,