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Cosatu has warned that Durban would come to a standstill when its membership in KwaZulu-Natal took to the streets on Wednesday to protest against state capture, corruption and job losses. The trade union federation was bent on sending a clear message to the ANC about toeing the alliance line in the race to succeed Jacob Zuma as the party’s next leader. And Cosatu has resorted to using rolling mass action to make its presence felt, as they did during Thabo Mbeki’s tenure as president. As part of the nationwide industrial strike, Cosatu provincial secretary Edwin Mkhize said affiliates from various sectors would join in. Mkhize said it expected thousands of members to join the strike. He, however,
The Democratic Alliance remains committed to working with all its partners despite the troubles in the Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB) coalition government, DA federal council chairman James Selfe said on Sunday. Reports on Sunday about the possibility of an election rerun in Nelson Mandela Bay “where a DA-led coalition has been in government, seek to distract us from the most pertinent issues”, he said. The reality was that the people of NMB had rejected the African National Congress at the ballot box during the 2016 local government elections. They made it clear, through their vote, that they wanted total change. They gave the DA and its coalition partners the mandate to govern with the commitment
Hall of Fame quarterback and FOX NFL anchor Terry Bradshaw ripped into President Trump for saying players who protest the National Anthem should be fired. "It's hard to believe I'm going to say something about the mow powerful man in the greatest country of the world. I was somewhat surprised that the president came out attacking NFL players for them exercising the freedom of speech," Bradshaw began the Fox NFL Sunday broadcast in a rare commentary on political matters. "While I don't condone the protest during our national anthem, this is America. If our country stands for anything, folks, what, it's freedom. People die for that freedom. I'm not sure if our president understands those rights,
Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team.Stephen Curry is hesitating,therefore invitation is withdrawn!
Two men are being questioned after Dr Nasser Kurdy was stabbed in the neck last night. A doctor has been stabbed in the back as he walked to his mosque in Manchester. Dr Nasser Kurdy, 58, was attacked outside the Altrincham and Hale Muslim Association shortly before 7pm last night. Two men, a 54-year-old and a 32-year-old, have been arrested and are currently being questioned, Greater Manchester police confirmed to BuzzFeed News. The widely respected consultant surgeon is believed to have seen a man as he walked to his mosque, where he is vice-chairman and sometimes leads prayers, shortly before it is believed he was stabbed. He managed to walk into the nearby centre and rang emergency services,