Morning News Wrap Up – 7 April 2015
Condolences have started pouring in for Premier Soccer League player Richard Henyekane who passed away in a car accident during the Easter Weekend
Details around the soccer stars passing are still sketchy however reports suggest that he was travelling with four passengers
Henyekane is a Sundowns player who was on loan to Free State Stars
Rantie Mokoena is Free State Team manager.
Criminal charges have been laid against the culprits who defaced the historic statue of Paul Kruger at Church Square in Pretoria.
The statue of the Anglo war hero was defaced with splashes of green paint.
The EFF has confirmed that its Tshwane branch was responsible for the defacing of the statue
There has been a raging debate about the removal of statues said to represent the apartheid era around the country
Spokesperson for the City of Tshwane Blessing Manale says security has been tightened at the Voortrekker Monument, Freedom Park, the City Hall and at the Union Buildings.
As the world marks world health day today…
The spotlight has been put on the need for a coordinated action plan across the entire food supply chain.
New data on the harm caused by food-borne illnesses underscore the global threats posed by unsafe foods
The Slogan for this year’s World Health Day is “From farm to plate, make food safe.”
Dr Kazuaki Miyagishima, Director of the Food Safety Department at the UN health agency, explains why food safety is a major public health issue.