Probe Into Eskom Whistle Blower Killing Deferred

[CAJ News] Springs -THE trial of a man accused of killing an Eskom employee eager to blow the whistle on copper theft syndicate has been postponed to January next year. David Ngwenya (43), who appeared at the Springs Magistrates Court on Wednesday, is …

[CAJ News] Springs -THE trial of a man accused of killing an Eskom employee eager to blow the whistle on copper theft syndicate has been postponed to January next year. David Ngwenya (43), who appeared at the Springs Magistrates Court on Wednesday, is accused of murdering Thembisile Yende (29). Ngwenya is a technician at Eskom. Speaking outside the court, Adv. Zola Majavu, Ngwenya's lawyer said that the DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) could point to his innocence. "I can confirm that the states disclose to me a copy of a DNA repo

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Hichilema Advised to Stop Hanging Out With Mumba

[Zambia Reports] MMD die-hard youth national coordinator Gerald Chiluba has accused former party president Dr Nevers Mumba of misleading opposition UPND president Hakainde Hichilema into not conceding defeat.

[Zambia Reports] MMD die-hard youth national coordinator Gerald Chiluba has accused former party president Dr Nevers Mumba of misleading opposition UPND president Hakainde Hichilema into not conceding defeat.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Sucker Punch Drops Bafana

[SAFA] South Africa missed a second half penalty but despite having equalised, were punished by a late, late goal. The match was preceded by a 10-minute power outage but once the Ethiopian match official got things going, it was business as usual.

[SAFA] South Africa missed a second half penalty but despite having equalised, were punished by a late, late goal. The match was preceded by a 10-minute power outage but once the Ethiopian match official got things going, it was business as usual.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

Watchdog Confronts Justice Minister On Poll Reforms

[New Zimbabwe] The Election Resource Centre (ERC) has written to Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Happyton Bonyongwe demanding more comprehensive electoral reforms during current efforts to amend the Electoral Act.

[New Zimbabwe] The Election Resource Centre (ERC) has written to Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Happyton Bonyongwe demanding more comprehensive electoral reforms during current efforts to amend the Electoral Act.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe