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KILLING FIELD: Leaders of striking miners walk away from the protest at the Lonmin mine near Marikana. Of the 44 people killed during the massacre, up to 37 were killed by the police.
Julius Malema, the enfant terrible of South African politics, feels he's got President Cyril Ramaphosa just where he wants him. Since his expulsion from the ruling African National Congress five years ago, Malema, 37, and the Economic Freedom Fighters have targeted setting the national agenda before next year's elections.
“We are gripped by the pain and suffering not as natives nor Africans, but as people, South Africans of a country reborn, black and white, united against the abuse of women and children,” Mabuza said. Mabuza was delivering the keynote address at the National Day of Prayer at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg on Saturday.
National police commissioner Lt-Gen Khehla John Sitole on Sunday commended his officers for constantly putting their lives at risk by confronting and arresting criminals across South Africa. “On the 2nd of September [South African Police Service national commemoration day] we will be commemorating our members who died in the line of duty.
'Solly possesses the experience, temperament, integrity and expertise to lead the DA to victory in Gauteng,' says DA leader Mmusi Maimane Solly Msimanga will lead the “battleground” for Gauteng in the 2019 elections with integrity and expertise, DA leader Mmusi Maimane said on Sunday as Msimanga was announced as the party's candidate for premier. “Gauteng will be a central battleground in the election campaign next year and we are confident that Solly will lead a team that will bring the change the people of Gauteng deserve,” Maimane said at a media briefing in Bruma, Johannesburg, about the selection of Msimanga, who currently serves as the mayor of Tshwane.
The company began in Johannesburg in January this year and just had its launch in Cape Town at the beginning of August 2018. Peters described the company as an “Uber for groceries” and according to their website the company's main mission is be South Africa's most trusted and respected fast moving consumer goods market-place and logistics platform.
Richard Belcher crouched down to play it for his son, Finn, who's 14 months old. Cecilia Belcher , Finn's mother, was warming up on second violin onstage.
The conductor had left the stage. But the two choirs from Minnesota and South Africa, who met just a week ago , weren't done making music together.
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