Nyovest and Jason Derulo to create soundtrack for FIFA World Cup campaign: Coca-Cola has announced that the multi-award-winning artist Cassper Nyovest, together with a global music superstar Jason Derulo will be creating a sound track for the 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign. The song is called Colours, celebrating all the vibrancy and excitement that comes to the world’s biggest football tournament. Vice President of Global Sports Partnerships
ANC Joburg region mourns the passing of Constance Bapela: ANC Joburg mourns the passing of former Joburg Metropolitan Council Speaker and Deputy Chairperson of the ANC Constance Bapela. Bapela, who was married to Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister Obed Bapela was confirmed dead on Friday following a short illness. The Party said the region has lost a dedicated, committed and disciplined comrade.
Monument to honour 144 Life Esidimeni deceased: The Gauteng Provincial Government has promised to build a monument in honour of the Life Esidimeni deceased. The provincial government announced this during a healing ceremony on Saturday at Freedom Park in Pretoria. Following the post four-month long arbitration process which was chaired by retired Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke. The family committee requested the
Maphatsoe Twitter account fake: MKMVA: Office of the ANC Umkhonto We Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) has on Saturday distanced its President Kebby Maphatsoe from a fake Twitter account. The League said that Maphatsoe does not have any social account both as president nor at his capacity as Deputy Minister. “This serves to notify all and distance the President of
‘Ramaphosa’s intervention will reduce mine accidents’: Portfolio Committee Chairperson of Mineral Resources, Sahlulele Luzipo has welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s commitment in making sure mining companies play its role in growing mining sector. “The intervention by the president would be welcome after the committee had been concern about recent accidents that occurred in the past months.” Luzipo said this will makes sure
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