Anele Mdoda was in no mood to play nice this week after she saw her name/show dragged into the Daily Maverick’s latest political exposé.
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille last week visited a drilling site at an aquifer at Mitchells Plain, about 25km from the city. April 21 is the feared ‘Day Zero’ for enforced water rationing
Zimbabwe will hold elections in four to five months, the country’s new president has said, pointing to an earlier date than expected following the ousting of long-time ruler Robert Mugabe.
The minister should not be allowed to perpetuate the injustice by continuing to frustrate Fireblade, says Tuchten.
The Hoërskool Overvaal incident follows the criminal charges Afriforum laid against EFF leaders on Monday over protests at international clothing retailer H&M.
The then police minister of police ‘overruled’ public protector Thuli Madonsela’s finding that Zuma must reimburse a portion of the R246m security upgrades on Nkandla.
A happy first day back at school for many was marred by a bloody and violent protest outside Afrikaans-medium school Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging, which left parents and pupils traumatised.