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New info. Only One Lesotho illegal foreigner was targeted in the Soweto tavern mass killing.

It is thought that a bloody conflict between two rival illicit mining gangs from Lesotho, characterized by initiation and revenge killings, was at the heart of the awful shooting that took place at Mdlalose's bar in Soweto over the weekend, which resulted in the deaths of 16 people.

  23 days ago ago
New info. Only One Lesotho illegal foreigner was targeted in the Soweto tavern mass killing.

SOCIETY

Shock as royal child attempts suicide after King disowned him

The Ndebele monarch is in shock after a 16-year-old child allegedly belonging to Makhosonke attempted to commit suicide. The woman, a 52-year-old Pretoria nurse, told the Sunday Times her son, who cannot be identified because he is a minor, has been admitted to a Pretoria health facility where he is being treated for depression after his latest suicide attempt.

  1 month ago ago
Shock as royal child attempts suicide after King disowned him

POLITICS

Hillary Gardee evidence will not stand. See why

The lawyer representing Hillary Gardee's co accused has made a bold statement that the evidence will not stand. A tracking report for the vehicle the state says was used to transport Gardee’s body from the guest house where she was allegedly held captive, possibly raped and murdered, could paint a different picture.

  1 month ago ago
Hillary Gardee evidence will not stand. See why

POLITICS

Chancer or opportunist? Operation Dudula leader Msyza spent 24 years in prison for business robbery

Is he a Chancer or an opportunist? The Sunday Times has exclusively revealed that the chairperson of Operation Dudula movement in Alexandra, Simon "Msyza" Tsatsi, spent 24 years in prison. Msyza was arrested and convicted more than once. He was convicted three times of crimes including business robbery and theft.

  4 months ago ago
Chancer or opportunist? Operation Dudula leader Msyza spent 24 years in prison for business robbery

POLITICS

Mayor wants to reinstate sacked wife. She was fired for leaking sensitive information

DA mayor Peter Teixeira is facing allegations of attempting to circumvent processes to push through the reinstatement of his wife Refiloe, who was fired in 2020 for leaking sensitive information about the municipality. Refiloe Teixeira was shown the door as ward committee officer in 2020 by the former mayor, Bongani Baloyi, along with two others, after leaking information to the media.

  3 months ago ago
Mayor wants to reinstate sacked wife. She was fired for leaking sensitive information

EDUCATION

Foreign teachers given the boot in South Africa

Teachers who do not have permanent residence status have been given the boot in South Africa. North West and Limpopo education departments will not be renewing the contracts of over 254 foreign teachers. And the North West education department could not say when replacements will be found for 211 foreign teachers whose contracts were terminated at the end of last year.

  5 months ago ago
Foreign teachers given the boot in South Africa

RELIGION

NCCC meeting to be held tomorrow this might be the outcome

The public Covid order committee will meet on Monday to talk about in the event that SA is prepared for the Covid-19 condition of catastrophe to be lifted. The National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) will meet on Monday yet it is probably not going to scrap the condition of catastrophe as there is conflict in the public authority over how to oversee Covid-19 without it.

  4 months ago ago
NCCC meeting to be held tomorrow this might be the outcome

TRAVEL

The ACSA Has Released An Official Statement To The Public

https://ewn.co.za/0001/01/01/acsa-says-fuel-shortages-at-or-tambo-airport-due-to-kzn-floods?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Airports Company South Africa has ascribed its fuel supply disappointments at OR Tambo International Airport to the new Kwa-Zulu Natal Floods. The Sunday Times revealed that carriers are spending as much as R1.5 million for every trip to redirect their airplane to different air terminals for refueling as there is a lack at the landmass' greatest air terminal.

  2 months ago ago
The ACSA Has Released An Official Statement To The Public

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Thomson Reuters Launches Investigation Halts Work Work With SA Partner.

https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2022-06-15-thomson-reuters-launches-investigation-halts-work-with-sa-partner/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1655278754 Worldwide media and administrations organization Thomson Reuters has suspended work with a South African subcontractor following a paper report that zeroed in on a supposed irreconcilable circumstance connected with the granting of a R225m government IT contract. The Sunday Times revealed that Thomson Reuters, having won an agreement from the workplace of the central equity (OCJ) to supply court programming, subcontracted 30% of the arrangement, as SA regulation expects, to a neighborhood organization, ZA Square.

  1 month ago ago
Thomson Reuters Launches Investigation Halts Work Work With SA Partner.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Mining boss defends R300 million payday

Neal Froneman, the CEO of mining firm Sibanye-Stillwater, has guarded his R300 million compensation saying that investors supported the bundle, and that the interaction was straightforward. Inquiries concerning his compensation have been raised when the organization is in a pay question with laborers. The Sunday Times reports Froneman as saying that the organization won't be tormented into impractical pay requests.

  2 months ago ago
Mining boss defends R300 million payday

POLITICS

What Cyril is planning on the next family meeting

After a two-year blockade and several revisions and announcements of the blockade, the next family reunion on President Cyril Ramaphosa's blockade restrictions will probably be his last, The Sunday Times reports. President Mondri Gungbele, who told the newspaper, confirmed that the next time Ramaphosa talked to the country about Covid 19, it was about "something else," but when would the restrictions be lifted?

  5 months ago ago
What Cyril is planning on the next family meeting

POLITICS

Omphile Maotwe || president Cyril Ramaphosa he has lost confidence in the ability of his ministers

Omphile Maotwe asking president Cyril Ramaphosa if he has lost confidence in the ability of his ministers to lead the kind of change he wants to see in the country? The country's top official said he did not lose confidence and that the government is now focused on putting an end to corruption in government and business.This is the second time Mr Ramaposa has been asked about this by the media.

  4 months ago ago
Omphile Maotwe || president Cyril Ramaphosa he has lost confidence in the ability of his ministers

POLITICS

Ramaphosa defends his bloated office

President Cyril Ramaphosa has justified the concentration of power in the presidency by claiming that he is not leading a "parallel state." "This is a president working to create a clear and successful agenda of action throughout government," Ramaphosa said on Wednesday. Ramaphosa was responding to the discussion over the state of the country speech, which he delivered to a hybrid joint sitting of the national assembly and the national council of provinces last Thursday.

  5 months ago ago
Ramaphosa defends his bloated office

POLITICS

President Cyril Ramaphosa is fast losing credibility as a reformer said Ann Bernstein

Ramaphosa is fast losing credibility as a reformer, writes @annbernstein South Africa in The Sunday Times. Someone said on Twitter that, for the first place, there is no credibility to lose because president Cyril Ramaphosa did not have credible at all. Jon marshal said on Twitter that, Ramaphosa was never a reformer!

  4 months ago ago
President Cyril Ramaphosa is fast losing credibility as a reformer said Ann Bernstein

JUSTICE

Office of Chief Justice To Probe R225m Fraud Case.

https://ewn.co.za/2022/06/12/office-of-chief-justice-to-probe-r225m-it-contract-linked-to-former-officials?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter The Office of the Chief Justice says it is looking for lawful guidance with respect to reports of anomalies in the granting of a R225 million data innovation contract. The workplace says it won't remark further on the story until it has accumulated all the proof.

  1 month ago ago
Office of Chief Justice To Probe R225m Fraud Case.

SOCIETY

The 24 cars ministers bought during lockdown

Source: TimesLive The Sunday Times reported clergymen and their chosen people spent overall R19m on extravagance vehicles. This became known after government divisions gave the data thinking about demands from the DA. From the reaction, it arose that the public authority overdid it inhabitants' cash on 24 luxuriousness vehicles for 17 clergymen and specialist serves some spot in the extent of 2019 and 2021.

  4 months ago ago
The 24 cars ministers bought during lockdown

ECONOMY-FINANCE

BREAKING NEWS|| Ramaphosa to make final decision on basic income grant for SA

President Cyril Ramaphosa is relied upon to settle on a choice on another fundamental pay award in his February 2022 condition of the country address, notwithstanding, his financial consultants are parted over its possibility. The Sunday Times reports that a division in the Presidential Economic Advisory Council has framed, with some notice that it is unreasonably expensive.

  6 months ago ago
BREAKING NEWS|| Ramaphosa to make final decision on basic income grant for SA

POLITICS

LEAKED || ANC demands answers from Lindiwe Sisulu after she said this, See below

https://www.msn.com/en-za/news/national/i-fought-for-this-country-says-defiant-lindiwe-sisulu-as-anc-demands-answers/ar-AATwums?ocid=msedgntp ANC's heavyweight Lindiwe Sisulu stayed insubordinate as she was approached to be hauled onto coal over a disputable assessment piece condemning the Constitution and the dark appointed authority. She said in a concise meeting with The Sunday Times yesterday that she has the option to opportunity of articulation as Sithle battled for this country.

  6 months ago ago
LEAKED || ANC demands answers from Lindiwe Sisulu after she said this, See below

SOCIETY

National state of disaster extended to April 15

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, has signed a document extending the national state of disaster until April 15. The extension was published in the Official Gazette of the United Kingdom. In granting the grant, the government took into consideration the "need to continue enhancing the existing legislation and contingency plans implemented by state organs to deal with the consequences of the tragedy."

  4 months ago ago
National state of disaster extended to April 15

ECONOMY-FINANCE

South Africa's basic income grant will be concluded by Ramaphosa.

In his state of the country speech in February 2022, President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to propose a new basic income award, although his economic experts dispute over its feasibility. The Sunday Times reports that a schism has arisen within the Presidential Economic Advisory Council, with some warning that it is unaffordable.

  6 months ago ago
South Africa's basic income grant will be concluded by Ramaphosa.