Sad News: 2 Zimbabwean maids murdered in South Africa

Ramaphosa makes it rain as he secures $14.7-billion from China

President Cyril Ramaphosa has secured close to $35-billion worth of investment for South Africa in July alone. This after Ramaphosa on Monday sealed $14.7-billion worth of investment commitment from China during a state visit to the Union Buildings by the Asian economic powerhouse…Detail>>

Mduduzi Manana resigns from parliament

Former deputy minister of higher education and training‚ Mduduzi Manana, announced on Tuesday that he had resigned as a member of parliament. Former deputy higher education and training minister Mduduzi Manana – who pleaded guilty to a nightclub assault – has resigned as a member of parliament…Detail>>

Suspended ‘disaster and terror’ Sars official resigns

Yegan Mundie’s exploits were laid bare in The President’s Keepers and he has been keenly watched by forensic consultant Paul O’Sullivan. Suspended South African Revenue Services (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane’s head of special investigations Yegan Mundie resigned from Sars on Monday, his attorney Michael Strauss told The Citizen today…Detail>>

Sad News: 2 Zimbabwean maids murdered in South Africa

TWO domestic workers were allegedly murdered in South Africa and their bodies were found in two separate rooms at a plot. The two domestic workers – only identified as Alice Tapiwa Chikohora, 41, and another lady – went missing on July 16 this year and were found dead on Saturday morning last week in Randfontein, South Africa…Detail>>

MDC call urgent meeting on Zim elections

Zimbabwe Presidential candidate Divine Hove has pulled out of the election race while the main opposition in the country, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), is convening an emergency meeting on Wednesday. This means now there are only 22 candidates contesting for the presidential seat…Detail>>

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