The project has an estimated cost of R7-billion to R11-billion and will initially create up to 7,500 jobs in the construction phase alone but people know nothing about it.
“There is a good chance that the expiry of this firearm owner’s licence may not be valid”
Eskom’s threatened electricity cut-off to Emfuleni has been averted in the nick of time by the direct facilitation and action of Executive Mayor Simon Mofokeng
“We urge municipal workers to come out in their numbers and take a stance against corruption and state capture”
The Shaka’s Trail ‘Gatvol’ steering committee has contacted the Police Brigadier and Chief of Traffic about plans to stop unruly behaviour and drinking in SE2’s parks
Hotels, restaurants and guest houses, if the woman in the photo comes to your venue, call the police
“The whet stones are out, and the knives are being sharpened….”
Blacklisting is a catch-all term to describe what happens when someone is denied credit due to a poor credit record, and although it is commonly used it’s seriously misleading
(I am Reminded of Don Matera)
To me this term refers to persons who would be ‘having a fight with you’, without your knowledge or digging in your past to try and find some ‘dirt’ to destroy you just for the fun of it or even go around rubishing your name to their advantage.
Sedibeng Ster’s blogger, Nkutšoeu Motsau, gives us more political food for thought