19.7.2019 07:44 am
Sleeping bags, cakes and sandwiches were distributed to various disadvantaged communities across the city during Thursday’s commemorative 67 minutes for Mandela initiative.
For the homeless people in the Johannesburg inner city, the Mandela Day is always a day they look forward to. But this year's was different - they will not feel the winter chill as in other years.
Mokgalapa said Wednesday’s tour was a precursor and appreciation of what was to come on Thursday.
The chief justice spoke out against the description of Keletso Bizoski Manyike in a Sunday Times report.
The party has advocated for gangsterism to be ended through development, rather than sending the military.
The 2019 Indlulamithi barometer showed SA was being ‘pulled’ between the gwara gwara and iSbhujwa scenarios.
The Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) Africa says ‘in SA, a staggering 70% believe the government is not doing enough to tackle corruption’.
The next four days will feature plenary sessions, skill-building workshops and leadership development training, among others.
The attack on the farm manager happened during an invasion of a 7,500 hectare farm, valued at more than R300 million.
According to Jaco Grobbelaar, AfriForum’s district coordinator for greater Pretoria, the process followed by the metro was illegal.
In a series of videos on social media, people who currently live on the city’s streets paint a different picture to the official line.
The City’s head of safety says the ANC has engineered an outcry despite the treatment of the homeless in their metros being worse.
Outrage over reports that Cape Town’s homeless will face fines is ‘manufactured’ by the ANC’s ‘media machine’ and their ‘political minions’, he says.
The DA leader will reportedly provide feedback following communication with Cape Town mayor Dan Plato.
The former Bosasa COO says he actually wants to donate money to a good cause, choosing not to see it as nothing more than a hefty k-word fine.