Month: February 2019

NPA confesses that they were captured

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has admitted that political interference by senior politicians in government has led to delays in the prosecution of apartheid-era crimes. An explosive affidavit by Torie Pretorius, the head of the Priority Litigation Crimes Unit (PCLU)…

R100K bail granted for Pastor Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary

Controversial pastor Prophet Bushiri, 35, and his wife Mary, 37, were each granted R100,000 bail at the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Wednesday. The couple, arrested on Friday over allegations of fraud, money-laundering and contravention of the Prevention of…

Gauteng is no longer the highest paying province in South Africa

The Western Cape now has higher salaries than Gauteng, according to a prominent recruitment agency. Average Salaries in the province top those in Gauteng by more than R60,000. Most jobs are being advertised in IT, consultancy, technology, engineering, accounting and…

Pastor Timothy Omotoso back in court

Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church Pastor THE Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church draws arguably the largest crowds compared to any other congregation in Pretoria. Streets adjacent to the church, which is housed in the vast Pretoria Events Centre, are a…

The land must come back, says EFF leader Julius Malema

Land Now & Jobs Now “We are going to amend section 25 of the Constitution to allow expropriation of land without compensation. We won’t pay them. They took our land by force, they killed our people, they raped our people,…

Black Coffee appreciates fan support for his new movie

Thanks for the support Internationally renowned DJ Black Coffee thanked his fans on Monday for going out to cinemas and showing support of the locally produced film “Matwetwe ” over the weekend.  Taking to Twitter the “No Common (Remix)” DJ announced…

49M not enough for Makate by Vodacom

Johannesburg – Cellphone giant Vodacom said on Thursday that it would not be moving from the payment offer it had made to the inventor of “Please Call Me”, Nkosana Makate, despite public pressure and protests against the company.  This as…