Morning Wrap Up – 2 April 2015
Former president Thabo Mbeki is weighing his options over “an old allegation” that he was part of a political conspiracy against his successor‚ Jacob Zuma.
His office said in a statement – Mbeki “will determine the appropriate cause of action once he has had access to the affidavit.
The claims stem from statements in the media.
Kaya FM’s Nhlanhla Sehume reports.
A funeral service will be held for musician Thula ‘Senyaka’ Kekana at the Albertina Sisulu Hall in Orlando, Soweto, today.
He will be laid to rest at Westpark Cemetery in Johannesburg.
A memorial service was held at the Bassline in Newtown on Tuesday afternoon.
Speaker after speaker remembered the singer/actor for his sense of humour which was displayed in his movies as well as his music.
CEO of Senyaka’s record label, Bubele Music , Benni Sibulane spoke to us…
Police have launched a full scale investigation following the discovery of the bodies of five suspected illegal miners at a mine dump in Benoni, east of Johannesburg.
Empty bullet cartridges were found scattered in the area, which indicates that a shootout ensued
It is believed that the illegal miners were attacked by a rival group last Friday.
The police’s Katlego Mogale says the person who managed to escape and alerted authorities is being questioned.
Gunmen have stormed and opened fire at a university compound in north-eastern Kenya.
Heavy gunfire and explosions have been heard at the Garissa University College near the border with Somalia.
Two policemen and a student have been injured and rushed to hospital
It is not clear who is responsible for the attack, however Somali al-Shabaab militants are the prime suspects as they have frequently targeted Kenya in the past few years.