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Man allegedly murders his mother
A 47-year-old man was arrested for the alleged murder of his mother, aged 71, on Tuesday in Centane. The mother died of stab wounds on her upper body in Macibe Village.
The suspect accused his mother of bewitching him, a vision from his dreams. Eastern Cape Police Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant-General Liziwe Ntshinga expressed shock at this incident.
The suspect appeared before the Centane Magistrate’s Court on a charge of murder last week.
Cambridge schools turn 140 years old
On Friday, the Cambridge High and Primary Schools hosted their 140th anniversary.
Gathered at the memorial quad, hundreds of former students remembered those who have given their lives for our country.
It is also one of only two schools in East London that performed a cadet parade on Founders Day.
Licences can be purchased on credit
Post Offices around the province now accept debit and credit cards as a payment method for the renewal of motor vehicle licences at its branches that offer the service.
The service is available at selected post offices in all provinces except Mpumalanga and the Western Cape.
If motorists have not received a renewal notice, the renewal form (ALV form) can be downloaded online.
Cala born Advocate represents President
Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi represented the president in his successful attempt at interdicting the remedial action called for in the public protector’s Bosasa report.
Just last week, Ngcukaitobi represented the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), who joined Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane in her unsuccessful attempt to prevent President Cyril Ramaphosa from pausing remedial action against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
The author of the book “The Land Is Ours: South Africa’s First Black Lawyers and the birth of Constitutionalism” has an LLB from the former University of Transkei and an LLM from Rhodes University.
The remedial action stipulated that Ramaphosa must reveal all his CR17 funders in parliament. This will now be suspended pending the outcome of his judicial review of Mkhwebane’s report.