The African National Congress (ANC) was rocked by controversy yesterday, when news emerged that another member of the party has died.PHOTO: Ctvnews According to former Eskom CEO Matshela Koko, the ANC Ward 32 at Nkomazi in Mpumalanga holding a BGM meeting to elect delegates for the upcoming Provincial elective conference, but tempers flared from contesting factions as can be seen in the video below, with reports indicating the brawl resulted in a loss of their life.
A video has been circulating on social media where one of the African National Congress members was attacked.The violent act took place in Nkomazi sub-region during a Branch General Meeting.In the clip, an ANC member can be seen being beaten by other people who seem to be ANC members, as they are dressed in ANC regalia.
Source:https://twitter.com/koko_matshela/status/1381321811699380227?s=19 The African public Congress (ANC) was shaken with the guide of debate yesterday, while data arose that each and every individual from the gathering has passed on.Steady with previous Eskom CEO Matshela Koko, the ANC Ward 32 at Nkomazi in Mpumalanga holding a BGM meeting to pick delegates for the impending Provincial elective gathering, anyway emotions erupted from challenging groups as might be found in the video underneath, with surveys demonstrating the fight brought about a deficiency of their life.
Thabo Maja is a 33 year old man from Jane Furse in Limpopo province. He met his girlfriend at one of the restaurants in the nearby mall and they started dating. Their relationship was good until recently when his girlfriend started changing behaviour and giving him less time than normal. He used to cry to his friend who would tell him to dump the lady. "I never dumped her or give up on her because I loved her and wasn't prepared to lose her, ''he said. One when he went to visit his aunt in Nkomazi, Mpumalanga
Anna Mello is a 30 year old mother of 1 who used to live with her husband and her son in their house in Sunnyside ,Pretoria , South of Johannesburg in the Gauteng province. She and Tendai Passion at Mall of Africa then they were charmed by each other. A year later ,Anna fell pregnant and in the 6th month in pregnancy .She told her husband that she wanted to give birth at his home in Welkom ,Free State but he gave excuses . One day when Tendai was at work , she went through his laptop .She came to discover that
Floods Mataffin in Mbombela, Mpumalanga house left on air. The Nkomazi municipality in Mpumalanga is in the process of relocating families who reside in low-lying areas after they lost their belongings to floods. Mpumalanga has seen heavy rains since last week, leading to flooding and extreme damages. So many houses have left destroyed and nolonger safe for people to live on them. Mpumalanga has reported to be the most affected area with death toll rising so quickly. Parts of the province have been severely
The loss of life in Mpumalanga has expanded to seven after hefty downpours in pieces of the territory. This similarly as the branch of water and sterilization gave an admonition that the Driekoppies Dam, one of the biggest in the area, was full and near the precarious edge of flooding. Nkomazi region representative Cyril Ripinga disclosed to Sowetan Driekoppis was probably going to flood on the off chance that it kept on coming down. He said such occasion would be "disastrous". Ripinga's anxiety was affirmed
People are in any way frustrated to witness this trauma which tortured those who were there in an hour or so from now, as is actually not the first time this wild snake was found in this shopping center or mall. Thursday, 4 February 2021 Image: Tonga Mall Citizens around the Nkomazi region, especially those who are near Tonga have in any way witnessed a very traumastic experience by hearing that a Python was found in the Mall. As that parts of the country is very hot, so dengerous animals like snakes are more
The situation is still the some at the Nkomazi region as various bridges are damaged and turned in to flowing rivers. Friday, 5 February 2021 Image: flooded roads at Nkomazi The situation is still not good looking at Nkomazi region as various bridges are damaged and turned in to flowing rivers which is definitely a negative impact to road users at that environment. This damages might also be an advantage to the unemployed as the situation will definitely come up with job opportunities.At the some time it is
A heavy rainfall has left a lot of destruction at Nkomazi in Mpumalanga.About 60 houses have been damaged by the storm.Roofs were blown away,houses were flooded and windows were broken.Many people were explaining about how the heavy rainfall did to their houses. Nompulelelo Chauke is one of the people who got injured inside her home because of this storm."There was a heavy rain and everything was flooded inside my house,we also don't know where are we going to sleep because I don't even have money". Some of
Eight people have been reported dead after drowning since the heavy rains floods around Mpumalanga. The numerous houses and roads have been damaged, residents plead to stay away from rivers as are to the fullest and those whose houses are damaged will be assisted with temporary shelter. Kanyamazana, Nkomazi, and Bushbuckridges are some of the areas that have serious severe damages due to floods. It has been weeks now and the rain has not stopped The Ngwenya family is devastated after one of their family members’
My wife's aunt from Nkomazi in Mpumalanga came to visit us in our house in Giyani ,Limpopo , during December holidays .She's blind and uses crutches during the day but when it's dark hours she does things you would never think she can. One night we were sleeping and I heard noise coming from my youngest daughter's bedroom and when I went to check what was going on I saw my wife's aunt standing next to my daughter's bed holding a black cloth. I asked her what she was doing because she is supposed to be sleeping