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10
APR

Sphamandla Khoza's family grieves

The man accused of murdering Durban call centre agent Sphamandla Khoza in a suspected homophobic attack will make a bid for bail on April 16.
Thando Mgenge, 25, made a brief appearance in the Ntuzuma magistrate's court on Thursday, while Khoza's family, including his father Emmanuel Nkosinathi, waited outside the courtroom to hear if his bail application would go ahead.
Khoza's family believe he was killed because of his sexual orientation.
Nkosinathi told TimesLIVE that the family “only want justice to be served”.
09
APR

'What affects Mozambique will affect neighboring countries' warns UN Refugee Agency

It's been two weeks since the city of Palma in Cabo Delgado province in Mozambique was attacked by heavily armed rebel forces on March 24. The attacks continued until April 2, leaving many people dead, displaced or injured.
Those who managed to escape the violence arrived in surrounding areas like Pemba, with harrowing stories of murdered neighbour and family members, missing loved ones and communities destroyed.
The Mozambican army has stated that Palma is now secure, but the residual collateral damage is weighing heavily on survivors and under resourced surrounding communities.
Close to 700 000 people have been displaced in their own country, since the insurgency involving Islamist militants initially began in 2017.
However, since 2017 the motives behind the attacks have not been concretely established.
The United Nations Refugee Agency’s Head of Office in Pemba, Margarida Loureiro, who has been on the ground with those displaced by the recent attacks, describes just how dire the humanitarian situation in Mozambique is. She warns that if the situation is not controlled, the humanitarian concerns are likely to impact neighboring countries as well. 
07
APR

PAC in KZN calls for Human Rights Commission to intervene in ‘experiment gone wrong’

The PAC in KwaZulu-Natal has come out in defense of One South Africa Movement Mmusi Maimane and are calling on the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) to investigate former DA leader Tony Leon for his “experiment gone wrong’ statement. Mmusi Maimane, a former DA leader was called an experiment gone wrong by Leon during an interview with news24, sparking outrage and criticism. Provincial secretary Dr Mlungisi Dongwa said the party was “angry” over the statement and called for accountability.
01
APR

What you can and can't do over Easter - Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma details revised Covid-19 regulations

No-one will be allowed to transport alcohol over the Easter weekend.
It does not matter whether you bought it before the ban for off-site consumption or it is stock from your home. If you are found transporting liquor over the weekend, whether sober or intoxicated, you will be arrested.
This is according to Cogta minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, who briefed the media on Thursday on the latest gazetted lockdown regulations for the Easter weekend.
30
MAR

FULL ADDRESS | SA remains on level 1, but no off-site booze sales for Easter weekend

Alcohol will not be allowed for off-site consumption over the Easter weekend, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Monday night.

He also announced that the country would remain on level 1 lockdown, albeit with “a few adjustments”.

He said the tightened restrictions on alcohol were necessitated by “the role of alcohol in fuelling reckless behaviour”.

On-site consumption would be allowed, Ramaphosa said, but the sale for off-site consumption was “prohibited on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday”.
26
MAR

One year on: Did SA enter lockdown at the right time? 

Midnight 26 March 2021 marks the one year anniversary of lockdown - as a result of Covid-19 - in South Africa. The initial lockdown was announced on March 23 2020. At the time, SA and President Cyril Ramaphosa were lauded for acting swiftly and decisively to slow the outbreak of Covid-19 in the country. However, lockdown and its restrictions had a heavy toll on SA. A year on and experts predict that SA is staring down its third wave of infections.With the advantage of hindsight we asked various experts if March 2020 was in fact the ideal time for SA to have entered its hard lockdown.
19
MAR

'They have displaced me and my brothers,' says Ndaba Mandela

The degeneration of former president Nelson Mandela’s once stately Houghton Estate home into an “eyesore” and allegations of underhanded dealings around its apparent sale are fuelling a rift in the family.Mandela family member and once an occupant of the Houghton home Ndaba Mandela gives us an excusive interview on what has been happening behind the scenes, from his perspective.
16
MAR

Principal faces attempted murder charge for lowering pupil into pit toilet

The school principal who tasked a pupil with extracting his smartphone from a pit toilet has been charged with attempted murder.

The 49-year-old man is expected to appear in the Nqanqathu, formerly Maclear, magistrate’s court today, DispatchLIVE reports.

Dispatch reported the 11-year-old grade 4 pupil was paid R50 to try to retrieve the phone from a school toilet on March 1.

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