Terrence Kagande, a former Harare rugby and basketball coach, died yesterday in a gas explosion in Bloemfontein, South Africa, much to the surprise of relatives and friends in both countries. Kagande (48), his wife Cindy, 42, and their children Jade (16) and Isiah (13) died from burns caused by the gas stove he used on Thursday morning.
Terrence Kagande, a former Harare-based rugby and basketball coach, died yesterday in a gas explosion in Bloemfontein, South Africa, shocking both relatives and friends in both countries. Kagande (48), his 42-year-old wife Cindy, and their children Jade (16) and Isiah (13) died as a result of burns and fumes caused by a gas heater they were using early Thursday morning.
We may always talk about the crimes committed by foreign nationals in the country, but what about the crimes committed and foreign nationals have to face in the country? Foreigners unfortunately also becomes victims of crime in the country and get involved in criminal activities. Nigerian Man was found gunned down and was found in St Georges in Gqeberha.
TVET college's second trimester will be starting every soon, since we are already a month away from this year's middle month, the opportunity for aspiring students who did not get the chance to enroll the 1st trimester will be given.Here is one college that will be opening for applications on Monday 12 April 2021.
South Africans have expressed their outrage on social media following the Defence minister Thandi Modise and two other government officials being held hostage on Thursday night. Minister Thandi Modise, her deputy Thabang Makwetla, and Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele were unable to leave a meeting with angry military veterans, prompting the intervention of police and security personnel.The veterans erected a makeshift blockade of chairs in front of the doors and refused to let the three officials leave.
According to a local newspaper; the court case for the Madiba House flat dwellers; in St. Georges; Durban CBD; was postponed to 29 October 2020. ANC, IFP and EFF members singing freedom songs outside the court; saying Madiba House dwellers do not have money and should not be evicted Acting judge Ms Thato Tsautse; told the Madiba House owner's laywer to send out a notice to the Madiba House tenants telling them to appear in court. The notice should inform them of the unlawful acts they committed. She then postponed