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Penwell Dlamini

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Johannesburg, GP, South Africa

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Past articles by Penwell:

(Hospital) curtain call: Solidarity Fund has run its course

Staff is scaled down as the Covid-fighting fund winds down → Read More

One injured in fire at Durban's Albany Hotel

One person has been taken to hospital after a fire broke out at a Durban hotel on Saturday morning. → Read More

EDITORIAL | SA must talk about being a ‘fatherless’ nation

Watching rapper Kiernan Forbes’s (AKA) daughter, Kairo, weep at her father’s memorial service last week, is one of the most heartbreaking and disturbing visuals that will remain in the memory of many South Africans, his family and fans. .. → Read More

Tears and hymns: The day AKA was laid to rest

Daughter Kairo stands with her grandparents in Westpark Cemetery to bid farewell to her dad. → Read More

Six people swept away in Coffee Bay, bridges down, schools flooded

Six people have been swept away during heavy rains that have left a trail of damage in Coffee Bay, Eastern Cape. → Read More

AKA the third artist to be gunned down in four months

Rapper AKA's killing brings to three the number of artists gunned down in the past four months in South Africa. → Read More

Revolving doors: latest SA Tourism chairperson is the third in as many months

Thozamile Botha is one of the founding members of Cope with roots in the ANC → Read More

Tottenham Hotspur deal ‘irrational, irresponsible, vain’

“There is only one thing SA will get out of this sponsorship — it will reaffirm that we are no longer a winning nation. Frankly, our house is not in order to receive visitors.”.. → Read More

Kliptown clash: Father of two dies after joining march

Kgomotso Vincent Diale, 44, was killed on Monday afternoon when about 100 residents from Pimville zone 3,4, 5 and 7 went to a nearby informal settlement to inquire about allegations they were responsible for cable theft. → Read More

Five bodies with bullet wounds found next to busy road in Freedom Park

Five bodies of men with bullet wounds were found next to the Golden Highway in Freedom Park on Wednesday morning. → Read More

Former MKMVA president Kebby Maphatsoe has died

Kebby Maphatsoe, president of the now disbanded Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association, has died. → Read More

'Makhoa may have been killed for being honest'

MEC blames house invasion syndicates for housing official Teboho Makhoa's death. → Read More

Gauteng hospitals overrun as Covid-19 cases skyrocket

Gauteng’s major hospitals have come under strain as the number of Covid-19 patients who need care continues to rise. Though the number of infections appeared to decline marginally nationally, the figures have continued to fluctuate, and admissions at some Gauteng hospitals are increasing. → Read More

Missing church? You could catch a service at your local shopping mall

Being unable to attend church due to the national lockdown regulations and a lack of data should not stop people from receiving the word of God. → Read More

Taxi fare hikes in Gauteng capped at R5 and R7

Not every minibus taxi route in Gauteng will increase by R7 or R5 next month, but these have been set as limits for the industry in the province. → Read More

More Joburg taxi associations plan to hike fares

Tough times lie ahead for commuters in Johannesburg after 76 taxi associations said they were also planning to hike their fares in an effort to recover losses incurred during the national lockdown. → Read More

Businessman Peter-Paul Ngwenya's use of k-word costs him R24,000

Businessman Peter-Paul Ngwenya has been fined R24,000 or 12 months' imprisonment for using the k-word to refer to his former friend. → Read More

Chris Hani's family to launch initiative to build responsible youth culture

The family of slain SA Communist Party leader Chris Hani on Friday marked the 27th commemoration of his assassination to announce the pending launch of a youth foundation. → Read More

Ladysmith Black Mambazo show rocked by news of founder's death

Ladysmith Black Mambazo received the news that founder Joseph Shabalala had died just as they were about to perform in Chicago during their tour yesterday. → Read More

Taxi driver shot dead, violence escalates in Pretoria CBD

A taxi driver was killed during a protest which erupted in the Pretoria inner city after taxi operators tried to forcefully remove alleged drug addicts from the streets. → Read More