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In our EldosFM News Headlines for the week gone by: Joburg Water will resume fixing the drainage systems in Eldos; New chances of Eskom Load Shedding; Education Minister concerned over Teacher Absenteeism; Ext 3 Residents unhappy with new Cell Phone Tower; The election is coming up and Youth are not interested in voting; Soweto murder suspect hands himself over to SAPS & Service Delivery Protests flare up nationally. Read all the details in our Weekly News Wrap below.
While the Vlakfontein mass murder case is postponed, both the Shaynice Talla trial and Loren Dryer’s case are back in court; SANTACO Taxi Fare increases announced for June & July while JSSTA are staving off their increases till August; Naledi Pandor unveils a plumbing and electrician centre; Residents attended a service delivery meeting on Thursday and a Man arrested for lying about hijacking are the stories making headlines in our EldosFM Weekly News Wrap below.
In our EldosFM news headlines for the week gone by: DA premier candidate visited Klipspruit community and a robbery at a Lenasia supermarket leaves one person dead and another person injured. Those details in our Weekly News Wrap below.
We certainly did not keep our listeners in the dark when it came to news about Load Shedding over the week gone by. Also in our top stories; Onke Mashini makes a court appearance in the case of missing 3-year-old Liyaqat Akeem Mentoor and the case is postponed yet again: Bara hospital concerned over infrastructure damage due to load shedding and Soweto Taxi Routes Remain Closed. All the details and images are in our Weekly News Wrap below.
In the News making our EldosFM Headlines for the week gone by: The Barber Empire Successfully Launched Mens Grooming Spa & Wifi Park; SAPS seeks community assistance in solving Klipspruit drive-by that leaves one dead; Tensions Rise between Rival Taxi Associations and Grade 8 Boys Under Investigation for Rape Allegations. For more details and images check out our News Wrap below.
Our #News #Headlines this week were dominated by the very successful 24th Township Marathon; The Eldorado Park Senior Citizens Forum with its 1st Anniversary highlighted issues affecting the elderly and The Barber Empire launched its exclusive grooming facility. Read all those details and more of our news stories in our Weekly News Wrap below.
In our News Wrap for the week gone by: The run up to the 24th Annual Township Marathon on Sunday 24th of February; A thirteen-year-old boy died after drowning in a dam; Operation Buya Mthetho yields results for SAPS; Youth Empowerment initiative Tshepo One Million brings opportunities to Eldorado Park; Eldorado Park CPF pay tribute to the late Brandon van Zyl; and Eldorado Park Schools Well-Represented in District Athletics Championships. All those details and more of our main news stories further below.
In our News Wrap for the week gone by: Soweto East Cluster & Eldorado Park Police makes multiple arrests throughout the week including a 26 year old male arrested for rape: The half-naked body of a female found in Lenasia: Eldorado Park Inter School Sports has a packed program; Meeting held in Ennerdale to address overcrowding in schools. See all of those details and other news stories and images further below.
In our Headlines for the week gone by: The IEC 9 million eligible voters still not on the voter’s roll; SADTU withdraws members from Eldorado Park due to Claims of Racism while Eldos residents embark on a #EldosIsNotRacist campaign; 20 learners injured after drifter drives into them; There is still no justice in the Louren Dryer murder case while the Liyaqat Akheem Mentoor case is back in court.
See all of those details and other news stories and images in our News Wrap further below.
WATCH founder of No More Victims, Liesl Valloo, talking to Chriselda Lewis of SABC's The Full View about the challenges the facility faces and the dire need for fast-tracking government help for the facility.
Among our top stories for the week gone by: False SASSA Message is a Scam; A Peaceful Service Delivery Protest took place in Ennerdale; A new Water Safety Campaign was launched in Eldos; Damaged Sewerage Pipes in Eldos still Not Fixed After Two Years Poses health Risk & Liyaqat Akheem Mentoor’s accused murder suspect Onke Mashin appeared in court again. All those details and more news stories with images are in this week's EldosFM News Wrap below.
The Gauteng Total Shutdown coordinating committee are demanding sustainable long-term solutions for problems faced by Coloured communities; Silver Oaks Drum Majorettes Scores Big; Mob justice in Lens results in the death of a teenager; Eldos Residents urged to Not Buy Stolen Goods & The Body of a Newborn forund in Eldos Ext4. Those are some of our Top Stories in this week's News Wrap. For more details and images, continue reading further below.
In our Headlines for the week gone by: Wings of a Dove teach young children the value of diversity; Eldos Active Aging feel pressure ahead of Nationals; SASSA Card Swaps reached its deadline & Shaynice Talla honoured by Eldorado Park Local Drug Committee. See all the details and our Heritage Week images in our News Wrap further below,
Blue School learner in disciplinary hearing over pointing gas gun at educator; Soweto residents R15 billion in electricity debt; Decriminalisation of privately used dagga brings mixed reactions; Mayor Herman Mashaba to hand over 488 title deeds to Sowetans; Joburg Mayor condemns racist security personel at an Eldorado Park public swimming pool & a Botched robbery at Freedom Park Clinic are among our Top Stories in our News Wrap for the week gone by. Real all about that and more news stories with all the images further below.
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