Kimberley - The ANC in the Northern Cape has been vocal in its support for Cyril Ramaphosa and the party’s provincial chairperson, Zamani Saul, yesterday explained why the deputy president is the man to take the organisation and the country forward. The ANC and its alliance partners, the SACP and Cosatu, packed the Mittah Seperepere Convention Centre for the Cadres Assembly in Kimberley yesterday and reiterated their support for Ramaphosa.
Tebogo Teteme was convicted of sexual assault after he was linked to the crime nearly 16 years later. Kimberley - A man who sexually assaulted a small child 16 years ago was finally sentenced on Monday after his DNA, which was taken when he was arrested on a drug charge, was linked to the sex case. Tebogo Teteme, 40, from Kimberley, was sentenced in the Kimberley Regional Court to three years imprisonment, of which two years were suspended for four years.
“I do not know where this thing comes from that the SACP wants to walk out of the alliance. Maybe it is the wish of some of our own comrades that we must go. We will not be chased away. It is those who are destroying our alliance and the movement whoDESPITE the absence of the ANC leadership from the 96th anniversary celebrations of the SACP in Kimberley yesterday, the party indicated that it will continue to support the ANC.
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