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Palesa Dlamini
Multimedia Journalist at City Press. Product of Wits Vuvuzela. Optimist...Wits degree holder.A work in progress, always learning.
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Buhle Jun 23
Hi guys I sell Brazilian and Peruvian weaves. I am based in Westedene but I deliver in and around Joburg..These are examples of some products I have and provide...Please RT,my buyers maybe on your timeline.Please DM or call on 0742075866.
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Palesa Dlamini retweeted
Buhle Jun 22
Hi guys I sell Brazilian and Peruvian weaves. I am based in Westedene but I deliver in and around Joburg .These are examples of some of the products I have and provide. Please RT, my buyers may be on your timeline. Please DM or call on 074 207 5866
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Protesters have decided to head to Alexandra Police Station to open a case of contempt against Herman Mashaba.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Mavundla says the 80 structures that were demolished were not occupied.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Mavundla addresses Alexandra residents and says they will open a case against Jo'burg Mayor Herman Mashaba.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Alexandra residents sing outside the City of Johannesburg Regional Head Office in Sandton.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Police draw weapons as protesters call for them to shoot ."Dubula" they proclaim.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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A scuffle ensues betwwe marchers and the police as law enforcement prevents them from continuing on. Protesters force their way throug.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Protesters sing and march relentlessly as they get closer and closer to their destination.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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The march has now reached Katherine Street in Sandton.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Mavundla says the president Cyril Ramaphosa needs to act and he must "khawuleza."
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
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Leader of the movement Sandile Mavundla says one of the reasons for the marc to the municipality is to get answers as to who their mayor is.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 19
Alexandra residents are embarking on a march to Sandton after organising a total shutdown against the mushrooming of illegal structures after mayor Herma Mashaba's decision to to rebuild the demolished 80 structures in the township.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 15
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It is never too late..Noma?
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 15
In tomorrow read about how Banyana and their opponents are poles apart.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 15
In tomorrow's read all about fraud and theft charges opened against 12 directors entrusted to safeguard the investment of the National African Federation Chamber
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 15
While inflation is under control, printing money would be a way for us to lose control over the direction of inflation and the value of the rand writes Lullu Krugel. Read about it in tomorrow.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 15
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane hits back. Find out how in your copy of tomorrow.
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Palesa Dlamini Jun 15
Often resignations shock people. These ministerial ones should not shock anyone. Read all about it in your copy of tomorrow.
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