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17
MAY
12am

Freedom Front Plus Pieter Groenewald and Kenneth Meshoe from the ACDP say they will not vaccinate

Two political party leaders in South Africa's Parliament who are over the age of 60 say they will not register to be vaccinated against COVID-19. They will also NOT take the vaccine. The Leaders of the Freedom Front Plus Pieter Groenewald and Kenneth Meshoe from the ACDP have different reasons why they will not be vaccinated. This comes as National Assembly Deputy Speaker Lechesa Tsenoli called on all MPs over the age of 60, - to register to be vaccinated in the second phase of the rollout programme which starts today (Monday).
17
MAY
12am

50-year-old educator at Mbilwi Secondary School, will appear in Court for allegedly raping a learner

A 50-year-old educator at Mbilwi Secondary School, will TODAY appear before the Thohoyandou Magistrates Court for allegedly raping a learner. The Limpopo teacher allegedly violated the 17-year-old school girl three times in 2018. He was arrested on Friday after the Human Rights Commission opened a case against him. The girl approached the commission and disclosed what happened.
17
MAY
12am

Efforts are underway to save the Cango Caves - in Oudtshoorn

Efforts are underway to save the Cango Caves - in Oudtshoorn, in the Western Cape. This national treasure in the Klein Karoo suffered huge financial losses as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Oudtshoorn Municipality is in the process of developing an economic recovery plan to try and save the caves.
14
MAY
12am

Two senior police officers have been arrested in the Vaal in Gauteng on charges of human trafficking

Two senior police officers have been arrested in the Vaal in Gauteng on charges of human trafficking. Hawks spokesperson, Ndivhuwo Mulamu says a police brigadier and captain were arrested YESTERDAY. The two policemen were nabbed after a woman escaped from a brothel and reported the pair to the police. Mulamu says the lawmen allegedly knew the woman was being held against her will at a brothel. They allegedly raped her on several occasions.
14
MAY
12am

Violence in Gaza and Israel shows no sign of abating amid continued rocket fire and air strikes

Violence in Gaza and Israel shows no sign of abating amid continued rocket fire and air strikes. Dozens of people have so far died in the conflict. The Israeli army is believed to have put forward plans for a possible ground offensive in Gaza, which needs to be approved by army chiefs and various levels of government before any operation begins. This has been described as worst violence since 2014, fueled initially by weeks of Israeli-Palestinian tension in East Jerusalem which led to clashes at a holy site revered by both Muslims and Jews.
13
MAY
12am

UN Security Council has again failed to reach agreement in response to the escalating conflict in Mid-East

The United Nations Security Council has again failed to reach agreement in response to the escalating conflict between Israelis and Palestinians that has now left dozens dead and hundreds injured. It was the Council's second emergency session on the same issue in three days. Israel has targeted sites belonging to armed groups and Hamas-controlled security and police buildings in the Gaza strip after a barrage of rocket fire that has sent Israeli civilians rushing for cover in southern parts of the country - as the UN echoed calls for the escalation to stop.
13
MAY
12am

Intelligence services ravaged by corruption, nepotism and lack of accountability

Inspector General of Intelligence, Setlhomamaru Dintwe, has painted a picture of intelligence services ravaged by corruption, nepotism and lack of accountability. Dintwe - whose office is mandated to conduct oversight over civilian state security, crime and defence intelligence, was testifying at the State Capture Commission for a second time on Wednesday.
12
MAY
12am

ANC has given its suspended secretary general, Ace Magashule, 48 hours to publically apologize

The ANC has given its suspended secretary general, Ace Magashule, 48 hours to publically apologize for the suspension letter he sent to ANC president, Cyril Ramaphosa, last week. Deputy secretary general, Jessie Duarte says there's no legal basis for that, but the party hopes to hear from Magashule this week. She was briefing the media at the party headquarters at Luthuli House in Johannesburg YESTERDAY, following an NEC meeting over the weekend.
12
MAY
12am

Violent clashes over the status of Jerusalem escalated dramatically over the last 24 hours

Violent clashes over the status of Jerusalem escalated dramatically over the last 24 hours with Hamas-fired rockets from Gaza into Israel and retaliatory airstrikes leading to international calls for the violence to stop. At the United Nations in New York, the Secretary General urged maximum restraint while the US called for the violence to cease and for parties to take proactive steps to calm the situation. The upsurge came as a result of possible evictions of Palestinian families from neighbourhoods in the disputed East Jerusalem and as Israeli's celebrated Jerusalem Day to mark the beginning of occupation of East Jerusalem during the six-day Arab-Israeli war of 1967.

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