SAPS finally got it right on cable theft. Scrapyard owner arrested with R1,3 million worth of cables
Any smart person will tell you that when the house is flooded with water from the tap, the first step in dealing with the problem should be closing the tap before mopping the floors. South African Police Service has finally gotten it right in the fight against cable theft.
When two people from different backgrounds come together to make a union and decide to start a new family as husband and wife, it's a lovely thing and should be celebrated. Clement Maosa, better known as kwaito on the popular serial opera Skeemsaam, married a stunningly attractive woman a few years ago.
Zulu nation has 11million population. Last week Prince Simakade backed by family and other chiefs was inaugurated as the King of Zulus. Simakade is the first born of Goodwill Zwelithini but he sired him with a girlfriend as a young man. Misuzulu is accused of being a wild son.
An EFF member, Cameron Peters, has expressed his admiration for Herman Mashaba, saying that he is unapologetic about his stance against corruption. He wrote, “Herman Mashaba earned my respect big time. A leader who is unapologetic and won't back down when it comes to fighting corruption.
A journalist has cautioned that VLADIMIR PUTIN would attempt to start a nuclear accident as part of a false flag operation blaming Ukraine. A Russian Defense spokesperson said that Ukraine was preparing a "false flag operation" at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant that it would blame on Russia in a video that Oliver Carroll, a foreign journalist for The Economist, released on Twitter.