Malema was right, he knew what he was talking about. Yes he is an outspoken politician and he always want to have a say all the time but on this matter, he wasn't just talking he was confirming things that were happening and giving a warning on things that were still going to happen. On the 30th of September, a man was shot at a ward in a public hospital in Kimberly. Mr Deon Mkhwamazi was shot dead by a gang who walked inside Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe hospital wearing PPE. The group of four walked in freely without
Three men are accused of shooting and wounding two people in the Ivory Park shanties in Roodepan on Friday, January 21, 2022, at approximately 01.30 a.m. The victims were sent to the Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital to receive medical treatment. Sadly one victim who was shot on the upper body died from his injuries while seeking medical treatment, while the other victim received a gunshot wound to the arm and is currently being treated at the hospital.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/robert-mangaliso-sobukwe-hospital-busy-filling-31-vacancies-after-medical-officers-resigned-947e874f-40cb-4a63-89f4-b847792f3962?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1640249619 THE Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital in the Northern Cape was right now filling 31 posts following more renunciations of clinical officials. This was uncovered by Health Minister Joe Phaahla when he was reacting to parliamentary inquiries from IFP MP Magdalena Duduzile Hlengwa.
People of Mzansi I just want us take a step back and remind ourselves where this beautiful big five, rainbow nation a home of bafana bafana, Amabokoboko as well as the proteas came from; In the past this country's was full of racial hatred between black and white and during that period people died fighting for freedom against one another, sadly some did not see the dawn of democracy and I belive that one of these leaders would have been at the helm of contesting top leadership of MZANSI here are the following
WHEN ONE LOOKS AT THE HISTORY OF THE PAN AFRICANIST CONGRESS (PAC) OF AZANIA, I think it would be appropriate for us to agree on a formulation of a new political mantra or construct. Just to refresh our memories, the PAC was established by a group of Africanists within the African National Congress (ANC) on April 6, 1959.This group, which was led by Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe (the first President of the PAC) and Potlako Leballo (the first Secretary General of the PAC), was vehemently opposed to the replacement
19 May 2020 Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe was first mocked by his opponents in the debate between the Africanists and the Charterists and called a 'Professor' because they said he knows it all. He pulverised them with facts, cool and calm, with a smile. Sobukwe had been a good student all his academic life, scoring A's and being elected into the president of the Students Representative Council at the University College of Fort Hare. He was even head prefect at Lovedale College. His method of evidence based argum
Northern Cape police have offered a R50,000 award for data about the four speculates who shot a man in his clinic bed in Kimberley. The four suspects were dressed in personal protective equipment (PPE) when they entered Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital and shot and killed a patient. The four suspects were wearing individual defensive hardware (PPE) when they entered Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital and shot and executed a patient. The posse likewise took the cellphones of different patients in the ward
Lest We Forget: Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Would’ve Been 96 today South Africa’s struggle hero, freedom fighter and prominent teacher, Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe would’ve been 96 year older today had it not died in the hands of apartheid regime officials. Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe was the leader and founding President of the Pan-Africanist Congress- the PAC. Sobukwe was born December 5th 1924 in Graaff-Reinet. Right from his early years, the struggle blood flew in young Sobukwe’s veins, and throughout his
"We regard it as the sacred duty of every Afrikan state to strive carelessly and energetically for the creation of the united state of Afrika, from Cape to Cairo and Madagascar to Morocco" These are the words of the scholar, lawyer, founder and the leader of Pan Africanist Congress of Azania Robert Sobukwe who was regarded as the most dangerous revolutionary by the apartheid government in South Africa The apartheid government kept this fearless Afrikan son of Azania in jail long time even after he finished his
Police say the suspects likewise looted different patients in the ward of their cellphones and unplugged the phone at the medical caretakers' station before escaping from the scene. The police in Kimberley, Northern Cape are researching an instance of homicide after a lethal taking shots at the Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital. Police representative, Colonel Mashay Gamieldien said the male patient was shot at around 3.50 am on Friday morning. "It is claimed that four people entered the clinic wearing
It is now 6 years after the Famous protest that took place in Institutions of higher learning here in South Africa took place. The well known fees must fall Activist , Bonginkosi Khanyile took to Social media platforms to share his views regarding the Former state president, Jacob Zumas matter . Photo credits : Twitter Fees must fall Activist took to Social media to to congratulate former state president, Jacob Zuma for defying the highest court in the country . In Sharing his views , Bonginkosi Khanyile compared
MEN, the ERASERS: Erased from the Contemporary Narrative and Historical Records? 'MOTHER of AZANIA,' Ma Veronica... BORN Zondeni Veronica Mathe on the 27th, July 1927, in Hlobane in the then province of Natal. She married the name who was fondly known as 'The Professor' Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe on the 6th June 1954, and bore four children, Miliswa, Dinilesizwe, Dalindyebo and Dedanizizwe. NOW how many of us have heard of 'Ma Veronica' or even know whether she's still alive? At 90-years old, she ekes out an
One of the oldest movement in South Africa the PAC turn 62 years today 06 April 2021.The PAC was formed in 1959 in Orlando, Soweto South Africa after some members broke away from the Anc.
In this day 61 years ago, 69 innocent civilians were brutally killed by the police of the colonial settlers while 180 were badly wounded and after the country regained power of their nation they decided to make it a Human Rights Day to commemorate all the leaders and heroes who