21.4.2019 01:56 pm
The Claremont Main Road Mosque has offered its condolences and prayers with all victims of the tragedy, and called for perpetrators to be swiftly apprehended.
The Claremont Main Road Mosque (CMRM) in Cape Town has expressed solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka in the wake of six almost simultaneous bomb blasts in the capital Colombo and two other cities on Sunday, which reportedly killed 156 people and injured hundreds more.
The Human Rights Commission ordered the MEC to undergo a one-day, first-of-its-kind sensitivity programme by May 8.
The National Prosecuting Authority has refused to be drawn, saying it is a ‘confidential issue’ which it would not comment on.
MEC Alan Winde urges police to get to the bottom of the matter quickly.
A union spokesperson says: ‘We have agreed to resolve these issues within three months from the date of signing the agreement.’
North West Premier Job Mokgoro calls on people of the province to be patient and tolerant towards each other on the road.
SABC COO Chris Maroleng has recently been found guilty on serious charges, including gross negligence and breaching fiduciary duty.
The newspaper says its journalists have been unable to find ‘concrete evidence’ of the book’s allegations.
The royal family spokesperson says they are not satisfied with the appeal court’s findings as they do not correspond with tradition and customs.
Mnguni was among many photojournalists who dedicated their lives to exposing the brutality of the apartheid system.
The family alleged police officers told them they could not open a case because it was ‘a weekend’.
The finalisation of the program was something to be proud of, given how it had brought dignity to the security personnel in the city, improving their lives.
‘As the ANC Veterans League we call on young people to desist from burning or encouraging others to burn books that they do not agree with.’
He says the DA has a comprehensive plan to immediately plug our porous borders and reform the home affairs department to rid it of its debilitating corruption and incompetence.