IN HIS BULLETIN: Another community up in arms. Hot on the heels of the chaos and anger in Alexandra township, Bekkersdal residents in the west of Gauteng, have also taken to the streets over poor service delivery.
IN THIS BULLETIN: Police are investigating the murder of a Durban University of Technology student. The 20-year-old died in hospital following clashes between protesting students and university security guards.
IN THIS BULLETIN: A 50-year old Cape Town man is the envy of all South Africans. He’s the winner of a record 2-hundred and thirty-two-million rand Powerball jackpot.
IN THIS BULLETIN: Three South African women who were detained in China for not having work visas have returned home in time for Christmas.
IN THIS BULLETIN: Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has announced a number of amendments to visa regulations. Among them are the controversial travel requirements for foreign minors.
IN THIS BULLETIN: The EFF has used its fifth birthday celebration to fire up supporters ahead of next year’s general elections. Charismatic party leader Julius Malema addressed thousands of red berets in Mdantsane, near East London on Saturday.
IN THIS BULLETIN: The EFF has welcomed Cyril Ramaphosa’s re-election as the president of the country. Party leader Julius Malema warned Ramaphosa, that he won’t finish his term if he allows outside forces to influence him.
IN THIS BULLETIN: A 73-year-old pensioner is claiming Duduzane Zuma was speeding when his Porsche crashed into a taxi in February 2014.
IN THIS BULLETIN: ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe isn’t off the hook for sexual harassment just yet. His accuser says the process that found him innocent was flawed.
IN THIS BULLETIN: President Cyril Ramaphosa must apologise for the economic marginalisation and oppression of the Coloured community. That’s the demand of the Gauteng Total shutdown Organising Committee.