FOREIGNER Justifies SELLING DRUGS In SA On LIVE TELEVISION - Mzansi Reacts To This https://twitter.com/SirMafia_II/status/1498308370935296004?t=tVfYqoh6fyxb7QoKkj-u0g&s=19 South Africa, Social Media - Well it seems foreigners in South Africa don't see anything wrong with selling drugs in SA. This comes as a Zambian foreigner tried to justify foreigners in SA selling drugs by saying it is for their survival.
The tragedy unfolding in KwaZulu-Natal is one of the worst natural disasters in the recorded history of our country. For five full days, a KZN mother spent sleepless nights, not knowing where her five year old child was. The grief-stricken mother obviously knew that her child was dead but all she wanted was to find her body.
A key witness in Senzo Meyiwa's murder trial has reportedly died. According to Newzroom Africa, Brigadier General Filani Ndlowu died on Wednesday after falling ill on Tuesday. He was reportedly one of the first to react to the scene in which Meiva was shot and set to appear as a state witness.
In an interview with Newzroom Africa, a Zambian stated that because narcotics have already entered the country, the authorities must first apprehend the persons who bring the drugs in, to which the Zambian responded with the question "But it's illegal?" This is followed by an affirmative response from the Zambian, who then breaks into laughter on national television, as if the entire thing were some sort of comic sketch.
When the arms of the law start stretching towards you, they may fail to respect the fact that you were the one who was tasked with enforcing it. In South Africa, it has been noted that members of the South African Police Services also find themselves at loggerheads with the law.
The IEC has set all together as the country prepares for the nearby government decisions. Missions are on course as ideological groups are pushing towards offering themselves to the general population. The electorate is watching and intently observing the circumstance as each party attempts to introduce itself of the best to take the nation forward.
Earlier this week , an update was issued regarding possible rejections that may be faced by the matriculants as they apply for places in the 2022 academic period . This was after it emerged that some South African public universities are struggling to meet the requirement for space . The good news however is that in accordance with Newzroom Africa , the matriculants have an option to apply to private universities across the country .This is because these private universities offer degree courses that are equivalent to those offered by public universities .
At the point when the arms of the law begin extending towards you, they might neglect to regard the way that you were the person who was entrusted with upholding it. In South Africa, it has been noticed that individuals from the South African Police Services likewise end up in constant conflict with the law.
At the point when the arms of the law begin extending towards you, they might neglect to regard the way that you were the person who was entrusted with authorizing it. In South Africa, it has been noticed that individuals from the South African Police Services additionally end up in constant disagreement with the law.
There are reported concerns in regard to the surge in incidents of mass killings in the province of Kwa-Zulu Natal. In accordance with information from the Minister of Police Mr Cele it is concerning that there were 531 people who were killed in Kwa-Zulu Natal in the previous ten months .These were reportedly connected to 229 gun-related circumstances .It was reported that there were eight people who got arrested in relation to two mass killings ,these were in Inanda and Richmond .
Mzansi Reacts to Foreigner Justifying Drug Sales on Live TV in SA Social media in South Africa - Foreigners in South Africa appear to have no problem with drug dealers operating in the country. According to a Zambian foreigner, selling drugs in South Africa is necessary for the survival of foreigners in the country.
There are 21 houses that are been built on a privately owned land in Tembisa, Ebony park. Newzroom Africa reported that the land belongs to the city of Johannesburg under the custodianship of jpc. The Social Development said that people the families who were living in those 21 demolished houses have been provided with shelter.
Source:https://twitter.com/Newzroom405/status/1455088056311091209?t=tdNEX2mpvJKs0olBRUhwOw&s=19 Photo: screenshot from Twitter Breaking news "[BREAKING NEWS] #Newzroom405's Journalist detained by cops during #LGE2021 coverage. Tune into channel 405 for more details on this story." An anonymous Newzroom Africa journalist was arrested after allegedly distracting police officers work at one of the voting station in Soweto.
ANC Uses Race Card When They Are On The Backfoot Says DA https://www.facebook.com/2043555235937273/posts/2698934713732652/ South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal - The Democratic Alliance leader in KwaZulu-Natal Francois Rodgers, Ziyanda Ngcobo from Newzroom Africa that South Africa should collectively, as a nation, hang their heads in shame. "When we think of mandela day today.
The acting boss equity Justice Raymond Zondo is relied upon to surrender the first of three pieces of the report into state capture commission. At first, president Cyril Ramaphosa was relied upon to hear on Tuesday assuming there is proof that the organization of previous president Jacob Zuma was wrongdoing.
EFF vice-president Floyd Shivambu said they had opened their hands to all political parties willing to talk to them about co-operative governance. Speaking to NewzRoom Africa on Wednesday afternoon, Shivambu said there were things the parties needed to understand before negotiating with the EFF but they were determined to meet with them to see if they understood each other.
The IEC has set all in order as the nation gears up for the local government elections. Campaigns are on course as political parties are pushing towards selling themselves to the public. The electorate is watching and closely monitoring the situation as each party tries to present itself of the most ideal to take the country forward.
According to Newzroom Africa, South Africa will start vaccinating children between the ages of 12 and 17 next week. According to the health Minister today, they will be vaccinated with Pfizer vaccine. Health Minister, Joe Phaahla said that, “This will begin from the 20th of October to allow the necessary preparations on the EVDS (electronic vaccination data system) registration system and also other logistical preparations.
“It's madness, the ANC has gone crazy. How do you stop people from campaigning?” — EFF Leader, Julius Malema. Tune into Newzroom Africa, DSTV channel 405 for more rolling coverage. Julius Malema who is the leader of the opposition party, the Economic Freedom Fighters, (EFF), says that it is purely madness when the ruling party, tries to prevent other political parties from campaigning.
Phoenix, South Africa – On July 12, a black woman from Phoenix told Mweli Masilela, a reporter for Newzroom Africa, that she was assaulted by a crowd of indians in the region. She claims she was beaten, her car was set on fire, and one of her assailants demanded that she be killed.