19.8.2019 02:15 pm
It is alleged that the residents are protesting in solidarity with the community members who were arrested for public violence in the Mpumalanga town last week.
All roads in and out of eMzinoni, Mpumalanga have been blocked since Monday morning, reports Ridge Times.
Residents reported hearing a series of huge bangs, with numerous roads closed.
This follows the lobby group laying hate speech charges against the ambassador at the SAHRC.
The EFF leader has been charged with violating the Act on at least two occasions when he urged supporters to invade vacant land.
Roodepoort pastor Ron Rambebu was physically and verbally assaulted at a petrol station, allegedly for wearing a cap supporting the party.
The ANC warns that no one has the right ‘to make irresponsible and reckless statements’.
The investigation into Esethu Mcinjana’s arrest has almost been finalised, police say.
Her children’s decomposing bodies were found in December after she handed herself to the Vosman police station.
The DA leader seeks to set the record straight after reports that the party had not formally requested that the public protector look into money laundering allegations.
Legislative amendments include establishing a statutory film board, which would have the power to censor films exhibited in the country, among the suggested amendments.
Numerous reports of flooded roads and fallen trees were received after heavy downpours and strong winds late on Friday and overnight.
This comes in the wake of the judgement handed down by the Pretoria High Court this week where Trillian was ordered to pay Eskom back R600 million in consultancy fees.
This follows various Nelson Mandela Bay councillors saying on social media they’d received threatening calls telling them to vote in favour of the budget.
Brigadier-General Mafi Mgobozi would not be drawn to discussing the details of the gaps, saying the information could not be disclosed.