Weekend Wrap | Tensions between locals and Ethopian Nationals, 4 Suspects on the run after Enoch Mgijima Municipality robbery, Ukraine war grinDs on | OurNews Online

HEAVYWEIGHTS BAND TOGETHER TO ADDRESS THE NELSON MANDELA BAY WATER CRISIS.

The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber’s leak intervention, in which businesses collaborate with the municipality to repair the severe backlog of water leaks in the metro, has been approved and will be implemented in the coming days.

Tensions are rising between Qhumanco villagers and Ethiopian nationals in Cofimvaba.

Ethiopians in the Cofimvaba rural area claim that one of their brothers, a shop owner, was killed during a robbery. In retaliation, it is alleged that they kidnapped three village boys, tortured and killed one of them.

Four suspects are on the run after robbing the Enoch Mgijima Municipality’s traffic department.

Police in the Eastern Cape are looking for four unknown suspects who robbed a traffic department of cash in the Enoch Mgijima Municipality on Friday.

MKHWEBANE: The president is intent on instilling fear.

Busisiwe Mkhwebane, the suspended Public Protector, on Friday 15 June 2022, filed a supplementary affidavit on Friday, challenging the parliamentary impeachment inquiry and President Ramaphosa’s “illegal” suspension of her.

MBEKI URGES ANC LEADERSHIP TO BE COMMITTED TO AGREEMENTS OF THE MOVEMENT.

Former President Thabo Mbeki has urged the ANC’s leadership to stay committed to the movement’s goals.

UKRAIN’S FIGHT GRINDS ON, BORIS JOHNSON PLEDGES LONG-HAUL SUPPORT.

Ukraine kept fighting on Saturday, despite a new blessing for its European Union ambitions and a promise of continued strong British support, with Kyiv’s troops repelling a Russian assault on a key eastern city and communities pounded by more heavy shelling.

ARTICLE BY SIYAKHOLWA VUSO | siya@ournews.online

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