IFP thrashes ANC in #Nquthu by-election

The IFP has won 14 wards out of 17, which means that the party will take over and we rule all in that municipality and will also have a representative in Umzinyathi District Municipality

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Unpacking – The Unburdening Panel, SACC Report on State Capture 2

On Thursday the south–african/” title=”View all articles about South African here”>South African Council of Churches held a press conference on what it called the Unburdening Panel. The report reveals grave information on current and former government employees’ role in the … Continue reading →

Unpacking – The Unburdening Panel, SACC Report on State Capture 1

On Thursday the south–african/” title=”View all articles about South African here”>South African Council of Churches held a press conference on what it called the Unburdening Panel. The report reveals grave information on current and former government employees’ role in the … Continue reading →

‘We treat incident as terrorist, until we know otherwise’ – Police on explosion at Manchester Arena

Ian Hopkins, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, said on Tuesday police were working with national police and intelligence agencies in their investigation into an explosion at UK‘s Manchester Arena. Hopkins confirmed 19 LIVE UPDATES: https://on.rt.com/8cd6 RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe … Continue reading →

Zim’s new use it or lose it claims policy deters

Zimbabwe’s newly announced policy to take over unused mineral claims from mining firms in the country will deter investment in its lucrative mineral resources industry.

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Zimbabwe Youth Football: Aces Academy continues producing some of country’s top talent

Zimbabwean football has recently experienced a purple patch. Its senior national team bounced back to the African Cup of Nations Finals after its women’s team made history by qualifying for the Olympics. But the rich vein of form at senior … Continue reading →