Ramotswedi Rammutla, 11 September 2020 Mahikeng: Pressure from stakeholders in the transport sector has led to MEC for the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management, Sello Lehari withdrawing his intervention team. This followed appointment of a 12 member team by the department mandated; “to examine and identify challenges faced by the broader transport sectorContinue reading “Pressure mounts on Lehari PTIT”
By Ramotswedi Rammutla, 10 September 2020. Mahikeng: Kazier Chief’s Football Club has added Shaun Bartlett to the bus leaving Naturena as the team bids farewell to their coaching staff. The team announced this decision just a day after the Soweto giants sacked head coach Ernst Middendorp. Chiefs said club Chairman KaizerMotaung‚ the Amakhosi’s board ofContinue reading “Bartlett and Middendorp in the same bus”
By Ramotswedi Rammutla, 09 September 2020. Mahikeng: Religious leaders have called for renewed patriotism in public institutions, this to root out corruption. Which it said was eroding confidence in their ability to mitigate the effect of the global pandemic. This was in reference to allegations of the current COVID 19 expenditure in the North WestContinue reading “Religious leaders call for ethical leadership”
By Ramotswedi Rammutla, 09 September 2020. Mahikeng: After a devastating loss of the top spot to rival Sundowns FC in the Premier Soccer League,Kaizer Chiefs has announced that it will with immediate effect part ways with head coach Ernst Middendorp. Amkhosi who had been leading the tally since the beginning of the league and afterContinue reading “Middendorp sacked as Sundowns takes league”
By Ramotswedi Rammutla 16 July 2020 Mahikeng: The Mahikeng Local Municipality yesterday announced that it will close its offices due to a positive case of COVID 19. “Offices will be closed with immediate effect due to a confirmed case of CVID 19 of one of our staff members who has tested positive for the virus”Continue reading “Mahikeng Local Municipality closed due to COVID 19”
Mokgoro self- isolating in a medical facility in Johannesburg after testing positive, “very much in charge” from hospital. This has raised criticism about his confidence in his own health systems in the Province choosing to be admitted in another province.
Mourners look on as Mothibedi Gordon Kegakilwe’s coffin is hoisted down wrapped in plastic. This as a precautionary measure to contain any further spread of the virus to family and those at the funeral.
Learners protest for stricter and stringent controls of COVID 19 at their school.
Akanyang Rakodi to face multiple charges related to the murder of Khumoentle Lesedi Mokgosi he is expected back in court on July 14.
Minister Angie Motshekga of the Department of Basic education set on saving the 2020 academic year.