News Headlines – Tue 06 August 2019

News Headlines – Tue 06 August 2019


Is South Africa safe from the Ebola virus? The Ebola virus disease (EVD) is showing havoc
in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), but experts agree that the risk of introducing
the disease in South Africa remains low, but there are some underlying conditions that
each and every South African must be concern about. Please check in the description box for the
link to the full details. The mother of the Public Protector, Busisiwe
Mkhwebane, has been drawn into the battle between her daughter and the Presidency. How did it happen, and why is that so? Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has indicated
that the media had no right to approach her mother in the midst of her legal battles with
President Cyril Ramaphosa and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan. Please check in the description box for the
link to the full details. There is now more pressure being piled on
the Public Protector of South Africa, and no one seems to know when the on-going battle
will end. Anti-corruption pressure group, Accountability
Now, has laid criminal charges of perjury and defeating the ends of justice against
Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, and at the same time, it has lodged a maladministration
complaint against her with the very office she heads. Please check in the description box for the
link to the full details. What is the stance of the African National
Congress, as a body, on the leaked emails that is threatening to sink President Ramaphosa? The African National Congress has released
a statement in support of its President Cyril Ramaphosa, dismissing leaked e-mails as “nothing
but a calculated manoeuvre to defocus and detract from the immediate task of socio-economic
issues and dealing with the challenges of our economy”. Please check in the description box for the
link to the full details. Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula is in troube
again, this time, the predator is AfriForum. On Tuesday 06 August 2019, AfriForum on indicated
that it has laid criminal charges against Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula, over his
2017 family trip to Dubai, allegedly paid for by a government supplier of sport products. Charges of money laundering and corruption
were laid against Mbalula at Brooklyn Police Station, Pretoria. Please check in the description box for the
link to the full details. Finally, a South African Airways plane, allegedly,
experienced some smoke in its cockpit and engaged in emergency landing at the Kotoka
International Airport at Accra, Ghana. There were no casualties. Please check in the description box for the
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2 thoughts on “News Headlines – Tue 06 August 2019”

  • Yvonne De-Souza says:

    Lord save their health
    Je vais un appui pour finir ma maison ou Ghana
    Prière concernant sa pour me aidé chaque mois je
    Ne sais pas quand l'autre va avoir la parole pour ma aproache par son père spirituel. Si tu disquit avec quelqu'un ça ne peut pas mâche parle avec Dieu seul.

  • Virus running rampant in South Africa.from the old government to the one in charge know…they all hold dirt against each other.they carry the number too,just like the homies on the cape flats!!!there just stamped 666.

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