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Yenze inzuzo ye R3.2 billion nonyaka j RAF

The RAF has reported significant progress in keeping its house in order.For the first time in decades, the entity claimed that it has reported a R3.2 billion surplus for the period ended on 31 March 2021.The company has also increased its investment income from R62 million to R157 million. Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula is optimistic...
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Mpumalanga Provincial ANC Elective conference may go ahead soon

The race to replace former Mpumalanga ANC chairperson and Premier David Mabuza is gaining  momentum lately. The province has been without a leader since 2017 when Mabuza became the party’s deputy president.In the past , ANC gatherings have been marked by violence but this time Lindiwe Ntshalintshali told flare fm news that the conference will...
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6 bus passenger’s dead, 57 injured in tragic bus accident: by Xolisile Dlou and Lucky Professor Mahlangu

Six bus passengers died and 57 escaped with multiple wounds during a tragic bus accident on Friday, 21 May. The deceased were burnt beyond recognition when the bus they were travelling in from Marabastad, Pretoria to Tweefointein in Kwandebele burst into flames. The horrific accident occurred on the Moloto Road. Charles Mabaso, city of Tshwane...
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Kungenzeka abeke phasi unqgonqgotjhe wezamaphilo u Zweli Mkhize

Abasiki bencema – President Cyril Ramaphosa is looking for a new health minister to take over from Zweli Mkhize because the latter is said to be preparing to leave office, according to insiders.Mkhize has been accused of a conflict of interest amid allegations that he benefitted from a tender his department awarded to a company...
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Uthwele izicu ze Masters u Zama ZZ Masondo , umrhatjhi webholo kwa Supersport

Legendary South African sports broadcaster, Zama “ZZ” Masondo, affectionately known as “Mr Laduma”, is officially a Unisa alumnus in his 70s. Masondo recently graduated cum laude with a Master of Arts in African Languages. He says: “Knowledge is power, and you are never too old to acquire any form of education.” Zama “ZZ” Masondo Masondo was admitted...
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Umlando omfitjhani ka Mfundisi we Nigeria u TB Joshua

KwaMhlanga – The Nigerian evangelist Temitope Balogun Joshua, better known as TB Joshua, was one of Africa’s most influential televangelists, the Nigerian pastor who founded the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos was also surrounded by controversy. Flare fm news reported that the 57-year-old Joshua, who died on Saturday, was popular not only across...
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Task team to conduct a thorough investigation on Putco bus fire: by Xolisile Dlou

Following the horrific accident where six commuters died on Moloto Road, Pretoria. The families of the deceased are demanding the truth behind their loss. It was reported that a special task team is going to probe the cause of the incident. Advocate Myron Dewrance has been appointed to head up the team, which has a...
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Refilwe Mtshweni-Tsipane, Mpumalanga Premier and various stakeholders visits Putco bus services senior management: by Xolisile Dlou

Mpumalanga Premier, Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane visited the senior management of Putco bus Services on Monday, 31 May. The visit comes after the death of six bus commuters on the 21st of May. The Mpumalanga Government delegation led by various stakeholders namely; MEC for Community Safety, Security and Liason, Vusi Shongwe, Nkangala District Municipality, Executive Mayor Councillor...
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President Cyril Ramaphosa signs Cybercrimes Act into law: by Xolisile Dlou

The president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa has signed the Cybercrimes Act into law on Tuesday, 01 June. The laws criminalize the sending of some type of detrimental messages in the country. As stated by the Cybercrimes Act, these detrimental messages constitutes to the following; • Incite damage to property or violence • Threaten people...
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Iinarha ezirhagalelwa yi Covid 19

Abasiki bencema – Kwamhlanga Picture sourced from the internet: , South Africa recorded a total of 727 595 confirmed cases of COVID-19, as well as 19 465 deaths related to the novel coronavirus, with 772 new cases identified since the last report.Eight countries on the African continent have seen a sharp rise in new coronavirus...
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