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EPPA calls for suspension of Robben Island Museum CEO
The organisation says if Minister Nathi Mthethwa doesn't suspend the CEO and dissolve the board, they will have no choice but to take things further.
City of CT tackles challenges related to homelessness
The City’s Law Enforcement Unit is one of the departments tasked with responding to challenges presented by homelessness in the City.
EPPA forges ahead with hunger strike plans on Robben Island
The Ex-Political Prisoners Association alleges mismanagement and corruption at the museum and has demanded a full-scale investigation.
CT council approves 3-year bid request for rights to host World Rugby Sevens
South African Rugby Union has approached the city to put in a bid to host the tournament during the 2019-2022 financial years.
Suspect nabbed after N1 City Mall robbery
An undisclosed amount of cash and several mobile phones were taken during the robbery; no one was injured and no shots were fired.
Robben Island to cooperate fully with probe into alleged corruption
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa announced the probe following claims by the ex-political prisoners’ association.
Robben Island Museum welcomes probe into spat with EPPA
Nathi Mthethwa has launched an independent investigation into the museum following allegations of mismanagement and corruption made by the Ex-Political Prisoners Association.
DA EC councillor accuses party of trying to maintain white supremacy
Victor Manyati is facing disciplinary charges after he abstained from a council vote.
Nathi Mthethwa launches independent probe into Robben Island Museum
The minister’s decision follows consultations with the EPPA which is demanding better management at the iconic site.
Police investigating double murder on Bonnievale farm
Earlier this week, AfriForum said 22 farm attacks have been reported in the Western Cape since the start of this year.
State funded Zuma on ‘most luxurious scale’ - Court
The High Court says if the state is burdened with the high legal costs of public office bearers charged with such crimes, the taxpayer bears the burden.
DA councillor Myers found guilty of disclosing confidential information
Municipal spokesperson Chumisa Kalawe says Peter Myers was found guilty of disclosing confidential information by a disciplinary committee.
Group hopes CT council votes to dispose of Salt River Market site
Reclaim the City says if councillors vote to dispose of the land this will unlock other public pieces of land that lies underutilised and vacant.
Maimane: Losing NMB was tough for DA this year
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says he still remembers the day he got the news that they had lost the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality.
Robben Island Museum management, EPPA reach an agreement
The EPPA has vowed to occupy prison cells on Robben Island while embarking on a hunger strike until the museum listens to their grievances.
Knysna DA councillor to face council disciplinary hearing
Last month, Myers called the disciplinary process against him is part of a personal and political vendetta.
EPPA wants Nathi Mthethwa to intervene in Robben Island grievances
The ex-Robben Island political prisoners have vowed to occupy prison cells on Robben Island while embarking on a hunger strike.
Eskom urges Limpopo, EC, FS customers to come clean on irregular electricity use
The utility says complying customers will get a 50% discount on the once-off remedial fee.