D-Day for JZ

Today is either the day where most of us will say, “I’m not surprised” or (hopefully) something like this, “Yes, yes, yessss!” Justice Minister Enver Surty will be among the first to hear whether the eight-year-long case against Zuma has been dropped.
Reference: Mail & Guardian
Reference: Independent Online

Dalai Lama Uproar

South Africa was not happy about the government’s decision to deny the Dalai Lama a visa to attend the peace conference held in Johannesburg last week. They even started a Facebook group, “We want the Dalai Lama to come to SA!!” Trevor Manuel said the Dalai Lama should not be allowed to raise global issues that would impact the country’s standing.
Reference: The Times
Reference: Follow up – The Times
Trevor Manuel’s statement

Life sentence for Lucky Dube’s killers

Reggae star Lucky Dube’s son, Thokazani said the family has finally found closure after the three killers received a life sentence each.
Reference: The Times

OR Tambo multi-level Terminal Building opens

OR Tambo International Airport is more than ready for 2010 as its new R2.3 billion multi-level Terminal Building is now fully operational.
Reference: SA Good News

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