Sethembiso Zulu

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Sethembiso Zulu is a Multimedia Journalist for Eyewitness News.

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Stratcom's Paul Erasmus says he was sent out to destroy Winnie Mandela & the plan succeeded

When Nelson Mandela was released, Erasmus was given a four-year plan to deceive people. A big part of that propaganda was to spread the idea that Winnie Madikizela-Mandela killed Stompie Seipei. He says the populist elements in the ANC had to be neutralised by the apartheid government, such as the likes of Nelson Mandela, Peter Mokaba, Chris Hani and others. Erasmus adds that he was sent out to destroy Madikizela-Mandela and his plan succeeded. #PaulErasmus #Apartheid #Stratcom

'What sort of legacy have I left?': Ex-apartheid cop on life during Stratcom

Mpho Lakaje speaks to Paul Erasmus, a former Stratcom police officer, who says that his Truth and Reconciliation Commission application for amnesty horrified him and ended his marriage. After that, he says he realised that they were more situations that he forgot about that only came out after the commission. #PaulErasmus #Apartheid #Stratcom

Lawley evictions are unlawful - SAHRC

Lawley residents near Ennerdale rebuilt their shacks with what they could find in the remaining rubble. Red Ants and metro police officers stormed the area last week and started evicting residents and demolishing structures.

COVID-19 tests conducted in Marikana Informal settlement

Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku and a team of field workers visited the Glen Marikana Informal settlement, near Kempton Park, for a screening and testing campaign aimed at combating the spread of coronavirus on 17 April 2020.

We don’t want to politicise poverty - Lesufi

Gauteng acting MEC for Social Development Panyaza Lesufi received over 10,000 food and other supplies from social partners to help during the coronavirus lockdown, which have been stored at the central warehouse and JHB food bank on 15 March 2020. He said the supplies would go to those who need it the most first.

'Mission Save Lives' - Ramaphosa deploys soldiers for lockdown

President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the Doornkop military base near Soweto to address the SANDF just hours before they were deployed to support law enforcement agencies in enforcing the 21-day coronavirus lockdown. Ramaphosa arrived dressed in full military regalia.

Eskom will be restored, not privatised - Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the ANC's 8 January statement in Kimberley on Saturday, 11 January. Thousands of supporters gathered at the Tafel Lager Park Stadium to celebrate the party's 108th birthday. In his speech, the president announced the energy utility would not be privatised and the process of transforming Eskom into a reliable electricity supply accelerate.