Mitchel McMillan

Mpho Phalatsé | What the DA can do for Jozi

VOICE The city of Johannesburg was submerged by a black cloud. Poor governance, unethical behavior and corruption are the order of the day in the corridors of power. During my listening tours, I have personally seen how corrupt practices destroy lives and livelihoods. For example, instead of putting in place …

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African alarm – The Statesman

Is China’s African reach crumbling? The first signs are now visible that Beijing’s decision to attract African countries to its supply chain as part of its ambitious Belt and Road (BRI) initiative over the past decade is emerging. wade. There has been a wave of cancellations of major projects undertaken …

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Burial of Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize: images as South Africa put the late Deputy Minister to rest

3 hours of Wey Don Pass Wia dis foto comes from, South African government Wetin we call say foto, A portrait of Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize wey dem display for the church di The farewell service to the family of the late Deputy President of the Presidency for Women, Youth and …

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10 South African innovations and inventions we can be proud of

When we think of the origin of inventions and innovations, the first country that comes to mind is not necessarily our beautiful country. We all know that Dr Chris Barnard performed the world’s first heart transplant, but there are a number of inventions that we South Africans can be proud …

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Rwanda hits target in Covid vaccination campaign, outside EU red list

By BOB KARASHANI By Ange Iliza A JOINT REPORT East Africa Rwanda has reached the global September target of fully vaccinating 10% of its 12.9 million inhabitants against Covid-19 and is one of the countries recommended by the European Union to have unlimited access for non-essential travel on his territory. …

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Presidential Minister Mondli Gungubele mourns the death of his son

Through Siyabonga Mkhwanazi 9h ago Share this article: To shareTweeterTo shareTo shareTo shareE-mailTo share Cape Town – Presidential Minister Mondli Gungubele was saddened after losing his son, Karabo, to a brief illness. The presidency announced on Friday that Karabo, 32, died today and worked for a financial institution. Gungubele was …

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Matongo still had a lot to offer Johannesburg residents

Gauteng’s Prime Minister was speaking at the funeral of the late Johannesburg Mayor Jolidee Matongo on Friday. The new mayor of Joburg, Jolidlee Matongo. Photo: @ CityofJoburgZA / Twitter. JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Prime Minister David Makhura paid tribute to Jolidee Matongo, saying he made a difference in the city of …

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West owes Africa $ 100 billion (at least) for climate recovery

This week, as 100 world leaders gather to attend the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, a call on rich countries to urgently step up aid to help Africa recover. the double challenge of the climate catastrophe and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic is required. . With …

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UAE regulator approves trading of crypto assets in free zone

The UAE’s financial regulator has approved a regulatory framework for trading crypto assets in one of Dubai’s free zones. The Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) and the Dubai World Trade Center Authority (DWTCA) have agreed on rules to support the trading, issuance, listing and offering of crypto assets and associated …

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Watch live: the late Mayor of Jobourg, Jolidee Matongo, buried

The funeral of the late Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg, Cllr Jolidee Matongo, takes place at Finetown Hall, Johannesburg. The service began at his home from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Family and religious leaders then proceed to Finetown Hall for the funeral which will begin after 9 …

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