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ANC Deputy President David Mabuza’s heartfelt call to his comrades

ANC Deputy President David Mabuza’s heartfelt call to his comrades

JUST two days ago, our nation commemorated the 28th Freedom Day since the dawn of democracy. 27 April is a significant date on our political calendar, on which two divergent phenomena converged. On one side, the disenfranchised and oppressed people of our country joined other freedom loving Peoples of the world, to celebrate the symbolic death of one of the most repressive and brutish system of Apartheid Colonialism that the world has ever seen. Whilst on the other, adult South Africans of all persuasions, were forthe first time, allowed to exercise their right to vote for a government of their…
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Wear a black armband, or ribbon in respect of victims of COVID-19 and gender-based violence and femicide

Wear a black armband, or ribbon in respect of victims of COVID-19 and gender-based violence and femicide

DAVID MABUZA  THIS year has been a very difficult year for all of us. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic early this year across the world brought about unprecedented disruptions and anxieties that are significantly impacting our lives and livelihoods. Here at home, we have had to muster our collective efforts and resources to fight the spread, and the negative impacts, of COVID-19. We have had to ensure that our health care system has the capacity to carry the increasing burden of treatment for those infected by COVID-19 to save lives while ensuring that the provision of normal health care…
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‘Our call-to-action to every South African is to vaccinate to reduce the rates of infections, hospitalisation and deaths’

‘Our call-to-action to every South African is to vaccinate to reduce the rates of infections, hospitalisation and deaths’

DAVID MABUZA  WE are honoured to be joined by leaders in business, sport, and the creative sectors in our society in a collaborative partnership to encourage and mobilise our communities to vaccinate. As we navigate the tribulations and devastating impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are inspired by the voices and messages from our artists, our sporting heroes and heroines, as well as leaders of various sporting bodies and cultural organisations. In unison, they are all calling on everyone to vaccinate. We have partnered in our collective commitment to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic by ensuring that we reach out…
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SA Deputy President paid for his treatment in Russia

SA Deputy President paid for his treatment in Russia

AFRICAN MIRROR REPORTER THE office of David Mabuza, the South African Deputy President has assured the nation that he paid for his specialised medical treatment in Russia. In a statement, Mabuza office also said he was fully competent to execute his duties, as delegated by President Cyril Ramaphosa. In response to pressure from the Democratic Alliance, the official opposition in SA, on Mabuza to disclose who paid for his flights and treatment in Russia, his office has disclosed that the deputy president paid for his commercial flight to Russia and footed his health bill.  “The only costs incurred by The…
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South Africa’s Deputy President distances himself from criminal acts

South Africa’s Deputy President distances himself from criminal acts

AFRICAN MIRROR REPORTER DAVID Mabuza, South Africa’s Deputy President, has denied any involvement in crime. Mabuza was forced to issue the denial after 11 people, including a member of parliament, Bongani Bongo, were arrested and appeared in court on charges of fraud and corruption. Bongo and 10 others appeared in court in connection with crimes committed at the time when Mabuza was the Premier of Mpumalanga province. In a statement, Mabuza’s office said while the alleged crimes took place during his tenure as Premier, he categorically denied any involvement and condemned any attempt to drag his name in any form…
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