The family of the late jazz saxophonist Winston “Mankunku” Ngozi claim they were never consulted about tribute performances set to take place at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, as well the iKapa Jazz Movement.
No political ambition can justify violence or the shedding of the blood of our people.
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Rhodes was a nasty piece of work. The statue should have been pulled down and given to the Apartheid Museum in about May 1994.
Pravin Gordhan is a master propagandist who speaks good things and writes speeches that receive space on front pages of newspapers.
The problems at Eskom came to a head late this week when Standard & Poor’s relegated it to junk status. The ratings agency said it had less confidence in Eskom because of the suspension last week of four of its senior executives.