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Mbalula & Niehaus twar a sign that ANC hasn't 'learnt it's lesson'

Mbalula & Niehaus twar a sign that ANC hasn't 'learnt it's lesson'

16 May 2019 7:02 AM

Bongani Bingwa speaks to Carl Niehaus Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association
Spokesperson

Divisions within the party played themselves out on Twitter as the MKMVA spokesperson, Carl Niehaus, was slammed by ANC head of elections Fikile Mbalula and Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom in yet another public spat over disunity within the party.


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A fifth body has been found in the sugarcane fields of Mtwalume in KZN, just 24 hours after another badly decomposed body of a woman in the Nomakhanzana sugarcane fields.

Police have not ruled out the possibility of a serial killer on the loose.  The two bodies were found about half a kilometre apart. The IFP in the area and other councillors are calling on a National Police Task team to investigate the killing of women.

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The National School of Arts in financial distress

12 August 2020 9:41 AM

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