The big story that broke yesterday in the country where a group of women, who were shooting a music video were raped and robbed in Krugersdorp, the unfortunate incident got the whole country talking and condemning the incident. One person who voiced her reaction was the South African Broadcasting Coperation(SABC) journalist Chriselda Lewis, who on Saturday morning tweeted that "This country is seen as a safe haven for thugs of all types.
After being on our television screens for 24 long years, it's hard to imagine what the people who enjoyed watching the show will feel like. That is the sad news coming of the public broadcaster, South African Broadcasting Coperation(SABC), who today announced the ending of one of it's longest serving show.
The real issue that broke yesterday in the nation where a gathering of ladies, who were shooting a music video were assaulted and burglarized in Krugersdorp, the lamentable occurrence got the entire nation talking and censuring the episode. One individual who voiced her response was the South African Broadcasting Coperation(SABC) columnist Chriselda Lewis, who on Saturday morning tweeted that "This nation is viewed as a place of refuge for hooligans, everything being equal.
The South African Broadcasting Coperation(SABC) journalist Chriselda Lewis has continued to receive messages of support and strength to her, this comes after the journalist has had a very tough work when it comes to her job of covering the unrest that happened in Diepsloot this week.
Minister in the presidency Mondli Gungubele has come out to do a tough talk on the immigration crisis that is currently being faced by the country. Gungubele was addressing the media on state security were he addressed various issues including the rise of gang related killings in places like Cape Town, KwaZulu Natal and Gqeberha.
It Goes From Bad To Worse For The SABC As They Lose Their Annual Event To Supersport, See Which One.
The South African Broadcasting Coperation(SABC) seems to be going on a very steep decline, having lost some major rights in the last year including being allowed to show only a limited amount of Dstv Premiership matches during the weekend, they have now lost one of their biggest annual event.
The minister of international relations Dr Naledi Pandor has come out to condemn the brutal attack and killing of a Zimbabwean national in Diepsloot on Wednesday night. The Zimbabwean man was later identified as Elvis Nyathi. The man was reported to have been scared by the group of men that had came to his house and demanded that he produce his passport, but unfortunately he attempted to escape but was then caught and then beaten, stoned to death and was then burnt to death.
Due to the unfortunate pandemic and national lockdown, a lot of people found themselves in safety situations.Most people lost lives, jobs and most companies were forced to let go of a few staff due to financial difficulties.
A new development has revealed that the Education Minister, Angie Motshekga is at the verge of losing her ministerial position as the move by education union hits hard on her. A lot more must have gone wrong in the country following the minister's decision to open schools amid covid-19 pandemic. The education union is on her neck and are calling on president Ramaphosa-led government to immediately expel her from her exhorted position as the country's Education Minister. The move is on, the heat is tensed as