According to CNN, Zindzi is the youngest daughter to Nelson and Winnie Mandela, and the department of International Relations is still gathering information about the cause of her death. “Zindzi will not only be remembered as a daughter of our struggle heroes, Tata Nelson and Mama Winnie Mandela, but as a struggle heroine in her own … Continue reading Nelson Mandela’s Daughter, Zindzi Mandela Has Passed Away At The Age Of 59
ANC national executive committee member and former deputy finance minister Mondli Gungubele says the blame for the state of electricity provider Eskom lies squarely with the governing party. Gungubele, who was also part of Parliament’s committee looking into state-owned enterprises, told News24 the objective reality was that Eskom had financial, management, maintenance, capacity and reinforcement … Continue reading South Africa: ‘It’s us who messed up Eskom’ – former deputy finance minister Mondli Gungubele
A South African police officer, Austin Luciano Reynold, has been found guilty for the 2018 murder of Nigerian man, Ebuka Okori, in Durban, Kwa Zulu Natal, Channels TV reports. Ebuka was shot at close range during an unauthorised raid by the police officer in January 2018. Appearing before Judge Shyam Gyanda on Friday on one charge of murder and … Continue reading South African police officer found guilty of killing Nigerian man
The Kwacha has massively lost value this week.One US Dollar is fetching K15, 000 in private bureaux de change and K14, 800 in commercial banks. And the South African Rand has for the first time since the Zambia Kwacha was rebased traded 1 to 1 with the Kwacha.
After winning the Best International act in 2019 at the 19th BET Awards, Burna Boy has been nominated for the 2020 Grammy Awards The nominees for the 62nd Grammy Award have been revealed.The list was announced today, November 20, 2019, with Lizzo leading the pack with eight nods. Burna Boy has also been nominated as the … Continue reading Burna Boy is Nigeria’s only Grammy Award nominee for 2020
Image captionPeter Hain has accused several firms of helping with the theft of public money in South Africa Several international banks enabled corruption in South Africa under former President Jacob Zuma, British lawmaker Peter Hain has said. At an inquiry hearing, he said HSBC, Standard Chartered and India's Bank of Baroda were "directly culpable". The … Continue reading Banks facilitated South Africa corruption under Zuma, says Peter Hain