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Controversial anti-immigrant group Operation Dudula on Saturday launched a Western Cape department.
The motion, led by Nhlanhla “Lux” Dlamini – also called Nhlanhla Paballo Mohlauli – has been concentrating on undocumented migrants in areas with a excessive density of foreigners in South Africa.
Operation Dudula has been accused of stoking xenophobic sentiments over its claims that unlawful immigrants are behind the nation’s excessive unemployment price and crime ranges.
Eskom shall be implementing stage 2 load shedding from Saturday “due to further loss of generating capacity”.
The embattled energy utility will swap off the lights from 5 pm to 10 pm daily all through the week.
As per Eskom’s energy alert: “Loadshedding will be repeated at the same time throughout the coming week as the capacity shortages persist”.
Residents of the casual settlement on the railway line in Langa instructed Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula on Friday that they might not transfer till that they had been proven the land they are going to be moved to.
The residents spoke at an occasion at Brown’s Farm swimming pool in Philippi organised by the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) to tell the Minister of progress made to revive the Central Line.
Cape Town’s Central Line, the busiest line serving the poorest communities, together with Khayelitsha, Mitchells Plain, Nyanga and Bonteheuwel, was final operational in October 2019 when trains had been suspended due to cable theft and vandalism.
An Eastern Cape grade 12 trainer was gunned whereas travelling from revision camp on Wednesday, 11 May.
A bunch of educators from Mgezwa High School had been travelling in a single automobile after revision lessons for grade 12 pupils.
The unknown gunman reportedly opened fireplace on the automobile with the academics in transit.
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Compiled by Cheryl Kahla.