Jozi traffic lights

Traffic signals sabotaged Nie Cele Johannesburg motorists are faced with a mammoth challenge of driving past the traffic signals that are out of order day in and out. In fact it has now become a norm to see inoperative traffic lights in Jozi and the surrounding townships. In a snap survey conducted by this newspaper […]

Xenophobia tackled

Vadi speaks about xenophobia Nie Cele Civil society groups, academics and business sector converged at the Pyramid Venue in Jozi to tackle issues of Xenophobia and immigration. According to organizers this was done to achieve social cohesion. The event was held under the banner,Gauteng Peer Review Mechanism. This follows the unfortunate killing of 14 year […]

Chabane Dead

Road carnage claims Minister’s life. Mary Kugwa Caption The Late Collins Chabane. Public Service and Administration Minister, Collins Chabane has died in a car crash in the early hours of the past Sunday. Chabane 54 died along with his two VIP protectors, Sergeant Lesiba Sekele and Sergeant Lawrence Lentsoane on the N1 highway close to […]

Foreign Nationals wanted out of Soweto

Foreign Nationals wanted out of Soweto

Nie Cele In a twist of events, recent looting spree on foreign nationals shops could soon resurface on a larger scale. This follows resolutions raised in a meeting by concerned Soweto business owners at the Donaldson Orlando Community Centre. Speakers at the packed to the rafters hall blasted provincial government politicians in what they termed […]

Zola-Jabulani hospital to be renamed

Zola-Jabulani hospital to be renamed

Nie Cele Three Gauteng hospitals will soon have new names. That’s according to Premier, David Makhura. Delivering his state of the province address at the legislature, Makhura said, he was pleased that after community participation process these hospitals will be renamed to honour some of the outstanding martyrs who have sacrificed their lives for the […]

KE MOLAO-Notorious Jozi intersections faces the law

KE MOLAO-Notorious Jozi intersections faces the law

Nie Cele Nefarious acts that are a common sight in most of the intersection in the City’s streets must come to an end. This was a stern warning issued by the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) and its political head, Sello Lemao, Member of the Mayoral Committee for Public Safety. Speaking at the JMPD’ s […]

Engen Paraffin

Paraffin fire safety incidents tackled Nie Cele Shack and house fires could soon be a thing of the past in under privileged rural areas, thanks to giant leading petroleum company, Engen who are driving a campaign about safe handling and storage of paraffin, as well as what to do in an emergency situation. The initiative […]

Looting spree explained

PUNCHLINE Cause and effect of the looting rampage in Soweto explained Nie Cele Hogging headlines in the media about the recent looting spree of foreign nationals shops was a time bomb waiting to explode. There has been a veil of ignorance from the government ‘s side and some communities when these foreign nationals first started […]

Orphans

Orphans

Eskom lights up the lives of orphans! Nie Cele Orphans and staff in Pomeroy KZN. Lightened up…Doctors for Life Centre members sharing a smile with guests in Pomeroy, KZN. The tour was to inculcate awareness on the projects Eskom is championing countrywide. The Eskom Development Foundation has joined forces with Doctors for Life in an […]