Archive for May, 2012


Cde Muthundinne George Phadagi, formerly the MEC for Public Works and Safety, Security and Liaison, is no more. Death claimed him on the Sunday morning of 13 May 2012 at a Pretoria medical facility after a short illness.

He leaves behind a sea of tears shed by those whose lives he had touched in a long and illustrious life. How he had touched many lives is borne by the many tributes that have flooded in after the official announcement of his death.

At the time of his death Phadagi had just been appointed the Special Advisor in the office of Limpopo Premier, Cassel Mathale. Before this appointment he had been recalled from the legislature and the executive council.

He will be buried on 19 May 2012 at his ancestral village of Tswinga, Thohoyandou, Vhembe district.

May His Soul Rest In Peace.



Julius Malema Just Wanna Have Fun

Julius Malema

Julius Malema

The ANC Youth League has dismissed the furore surrounding its president Julius Malema`s weekend house-warming party which neighbours claimed denied them peaceful sleep because of the noise.

According to those who were there this was the mother of all parties which attracted the who-is-who of business and politics. Booze and food was aplenty. A live band was at hand to see the revellers through the night while neighbours were denied sleep.

The party took place at Malema`s new Sandton place. Such neighbourhoods are a far-cry from the townships and villages were people are tolerant of the disturbance of peace.

In these places people love and appreciate their peace. No wonder they move there in the first place.

The ANC YL is synonymous with partying and will do this wherever they will find themselves, including Sandton. They therefore get taken aback when there is an outcry about Malema`s kind of fun instead of coming over to join in the fun.

The best the neighbours should is brace themselves for more of such fun-filled nights or alternatively move to more quiter neighbourhoods which are becoming rarer by the day.

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