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Julius Malema Has Requested That The Parliament Is Moved To Tshwane

https://www.iol.co.za/capetimes/news/effs-malema-pushes-for-relocation-of-parliament-from-cape-town-to-tshwane-78675ef9-b5a2-4def-a4d9-31dd22c886dc?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1653927412 This arose in the public authority journal where EFF pioneer Julius Malema pulled out to table a confidential part's bill to accommodate the migration of the public council. Story go on underneath Advertisement This comes as the Old Assembly and the New National Assembly structures that were harmed by fire before this year are still to be reestablished.

  25 days ago ago
Julius Malema Has Requested That The Parliament Is Moved To Tshwane

POLITICS

There is one thing which burned down at the parliament and it will never be replaced or restored

Topic: There is one thing which burned down at the parliament and it will never be replaced or restored. It was on Sunday morning when the citizens of the republic of South Africa learnt about the fire burning the Parliament of the republic of South Africa. Unfortunately when fire brigades think they've contained the fire, on monday Afternoon it restarted on the other parliament area.

  5 months ago ago
There is one thing which burned down at the parliament and it will never be replaced or restored

JUSTICE

New Information Linked To The Zandile Mafe Case Has Been Revealed To The Public

https://ewn.co.za/2022/03/25/lawyer-zandile-mafe-ready-for-trial?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - Suspected Parliament pyromaniac Zandile Mafe's protection said he was prepared for his preliminary to start. The 47-year-old Mafe has shown up at the Cape Town Magistrates Court on Friday morning, coming up against four indictments connecting with the fire that broke out at Parliament recently.

  3 months ago ago
New Information Linked To The Zandile Mafe Case Has Been Revealed To The Public

HEALTH

EXPECTED on Ramaphosa address to the nation on Thursday

07 Feburary 2022 By Sphe J Hadebe After having last addressed the nation in November, Cyril Ramaphosa will be having the Nation address for the first time since 2022 started. Some people have been wondering when will Ramaphosa address the nation. Well after a lot of things happened this year which includes the fire that destroyed the Parliament, both the National Assembly and the Old Assembly wing, Ramaphosa will speak to the nation.

  4 months ago ago
EXPECTED on Ramaphosa address to the nation on Thursday

SOCIETY

Police confirm a 51- years old suspect is questioned for burning of Parliament

02 January 2022 By Sphe J Hadebe Police has confirmed on their Twitter page that a suspect is already being questioned. New information has emerged regarding the fires that broke in Parliament this morning. Mzansi Celebrity News © has been keeping abreast of the situation, noting all the developments that are taking place.

  5 months ago ago
Police confirm a 51- years old suspect is questioned for burning of Parliament

POLITICS

EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi hits back at government’s negligence

EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says that a “self-respecting government could not arrest, charge and present a homeless person to the world as responsible for burning a whole country’s Parliament”. Ndlozi took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the court appearance of Zandile Mafe, the man accused of setting the National Assembly and Old Assembly on fire.

  5 months ago ago
EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi hits back at government’s negligence

POLITICS

POLL | Do you believe the fire at parliament is related to the July unrest?

National Assembly speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula would not speculate Many people are wondering about a probable link between the fire at parliament and the July upheaval that shook KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng last year. The fire damaged the New Assembly building and sections of the Old Assembly building. The fire began in the early hours of Sunday morning and was put out on Wednesday after rekindling on Monday.

  5 months ago ago
POLL | Do you believe the fire at parliament is related to the July unrest?

SOCIETY

Here Is What Is Happening To The Man Accused Of Burning Parliament

On Tuesday, the man accused of torching Parliament appeared in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on arson charges for the first time. On Sunday, Khayelitsha resident Zandile Mafe, 49, was arrested. He faces two counts of arson and two counts of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft.

  5 months ago ago
Here Is What Is Happening To The Man Accused Of Burning Parliament

SOCIETY

Parliament building fire might have been caused by this

Source: Twitter BACKGROUND INFO. It is not the first time the parliament catches fire by South Africa. the same thing has happened in Canada in 1916, where their parliament caught fire, and later was revealed that the fire was caused by enemy attack. you can find the story here: Canadian Parliament Buildings Fire of 1916 (thoughtco.com).

  5 months ago ago
Parliament building fire might have been caused by this

SOCIETY

Bad news for the man accused of burning the Parliament

Cape Town - The man accused of placing fireplace to Parliament made his first look in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on arson prices on Tuesday. Zandile Mafe, 49, from Khayelitsha was arrested on Sunday. He has been charged with two counts of arson and counts of burglary with motive to scouse borrow and theft.

  5 months ago ago
Bad news for the man accused of burning the Parliament

SOCIETY

Firefighters battle blaze at Parliament

The fire that broke out at Parliament on Sunday morning was all the while seething by early afternoon, having destroyed the third floor of the Old Assembly fabricating, including the workplace space and the gym. The City's fire and salvage administration said that by early afternoon, the top of the Old Assembly constructing had fallen.

  5 months ago ago
Firefighters battle blaze at Parliament

SOCIETY

Parliament fire could have been prevented - DA, Nehawu

The Sunday fire that destroyed portions of Parliament may have been avoided if suggestions from a forensic investigation after a previous incident in 2021 had been completely adopted. On 17 March 2021, a fire broke out at the ancient Parliament building – yet ten months later, the Department of Public Works and Parliament's presiding officers had not completely adopted suggestions to avoid future fires.

  5 months ago ago
Parliament fire could have been prevented - DA, Nehawu

POLITICS

EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi hits back at government’s ‘negligence’

EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says that a "self-regarding government couldn't capture, charge and present a vagrant to the world as answerable for consuming an entire nation's Parliament". Ndlozi took to Twitter to share his contemplations on the court appearance of Zandile Mafe, the man blamed for setting the National Assembly and Old Assembly ablaze.

  5 months ago ago
EFF MP Mbuyiseni Ndlozi hits back at government’s ‘negligence’

CAREER-JOBS

Good news for Public workers

JOHANNESBURG - Domestic specialists could acquire over R20 an hour interestingly in the event that the new lowest pay permitted by law is taken on. a man sitting in a car© Provided by eNCA The Labor Department is calling for public remarks on the new rates. The public the lowest pay permitted by law commission has requested an expansion +1 rate point increment of the public the lowest pay permitted by law, which is R21.69.

  5 months ago ago
Good news for Public workers