Category: JOBS IN CAPE TOWN

TRAFFIC: WARD COUNCILOR SHOT DEAD IN PHILIPPI EAST, CAPE TOWN

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Councillor Xolile Gwangxu was shot dead in Philippi East. Picture: Twitter/@MmusiMaimane.

CAPE TOWN – A ward councillor has been shot dead in Philippi East.

Councillor Xolile Gwangxu was gunned down following a meeting at a local community hall on Wednesday night.

The circumstances surrounding the shooting are unclear at this stage and arrests have yet to be made.

The City of Cape town’s JP Smith says: “Councillor Gwangxu was shot in front of witnesses at his office at point-blank range. The city immediately dispatched Metro police members and Special Investigation Units to assist the SA Police Service with the investigation. We’re hoping for an early breakthrough so that we can bring his attackers to justice.”

 

PHOTO:Councillor Xolile Gwangxu was shot dead in Philippi East. Picture: Twitter/@MmusiMaimane.

 

McCARTHY APPOINTED CAPE TOWN CITY ‘S HEAD COACH, SAYS CLUB IS FOR EVERYONE

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CAPE TOWN – In 1976, in the era of segregated football, Cape Town City were crowned champions in the white-aligned National Football League (NFL).

The following year, 1977, in circumstances far removed, and totally different from the contented, closeted surroundings within which City were operating at

SAA SET TO HAVE NEW CHAIRPERSON

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CAPE TOWN – Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba confirmed on Thursday that Dudu Myeni would not serve another term as chairperson of South African Airways, as he signalled an urgent need to strengthen the boards of troubled state-owned enterprises.

Gigaba told a media briefing on the state of the economy that a

CAPE TOWN STUDENT ‘STUNS’ WALL STREET WITH NEW SYSTEM – SEE THE RESULT

Reporter James Kavanagh investigates a revenue generating system that is quickly gaining popularity in USA and around the world.

Social media has recently been buzzing with news that Emmanuel Potgieter has been earning millions with a new “secret system” from the United States. A source close to Potgieter revealed the news by mistake, which has since been shared on Facebook and reported on national television and press. At 24 Business News, we wanted to find out the truth about these “secret money systems” that he has been using to see if they really worked.

It has been revealed that Emmanuel has been trading with a system called “Binary Options” which initially became famous in the United States, where many people made thousands or even millions of dollars with little effort using a unique trick to always beat the market. Earlier this year, the US TV documentary show “60 Minutes” did a special report interviewing people who earned money from the system. They explained that the reason it was secret for so long is that anyone can use it. Authorities in the US have been trying to stop Americans from using the system, fearing that this new technology could create so much wealth it could cause disruption to the financial power houses that try to uphold the “status quo”. One insider, who would not be named in the documentary elaborated, “This system can make working class Americans wealthy overnight. This makes the political elite nervous as they want to maintain control”. However, outside the US, there are no restrictions over this trading technique and since January 2015 it has been estimated thousands of new millionaires have already been created worldwide.

A source from a leading consultancy stated “Binary trading is now creating many more weekly millionaires than the lottery. In fact, we are seeing 90% of new clients seeking wealth advice now earn their main income from binary trading. What is astounding is that many of these people were working in regular jobs, like construction, office jobs and even unemployed and now they are earning more than top stockbrokers in London, New York or Tokyo.”

As part of our investigation into these claims, 24 Business News managed to track down a South African man who had used the secret system. His name is Darren Lewis and he has published a diary of his first week’s earnings with the system. Before he started trading with binary options, Darren was working in a low paid office job. Since then, this story has become famous on the web. We have published the diary excerpt below, with an exclusive article from Mr. Lewis himself. 24 Business News has verified the validity of Mr. Lewis’s statements to be accurate. This is just one example of thousands of people, worldwide, who have started to trade this year with Binary Options. The following diary extract is a truly amazing account of his first week’s trading.

My 7 Day Test with Binary Options Trading

CITY OF CAPE TOWN ALLOCATES ANOTHER R22M FOR EXTRA STAFF AMID WATER CRISES

The municipality and provincial government are scrambling to mitigate the impact of the drought with dam levels having plummeted even further.

FILE: Water runs from a tap. Picture: Reinart Toerien/EWN.

CAPE TOWN – The City of Cape Town has allocated R22 million to employ additional staff to attend to water-related faults and complaints.

The municipality and provincial government are scrambling to mitigate the impact of the drought with dam levels having plummeted even

SAA CABIN CREW SET TO RESUME STRIKE NEXT WEEK

South African Airways (SAA) cabin crew members are seeking to resume a strike over meal allowances as early as next week.

CAPE TOWN – The airline’s other unions said on Wednesday that they are also considering industrial action to pressure the national carrier into discussing wage increases that were due in April.

United Association of SA aviation manager Jannem Goussard said the union is seeking its own dispute due to

DENTIST, BEAUTICIANS LANDS TOP ESKOM DEALS

A dentist and a beautician are two of the unlikely beneficiaries of multimillion-rand contracts that Eskom handed out to supply diesel for its power generators.

CAPE TOWN – The shocking revelation comes in a week in which four senior Eskom officials were suspended pending an inquiry into a range of issues behind South Africa’s ongoing power crisis.

The Sunday Times can reveal that Johannesburg dentist Dr Maxine Kekana’s company KEKOIL and beauty therapist Monica Nkosi’s firm Kamoso Fuels were given deals to supply

‘HEADS MUST ROLL OVER R25M SABC CONTRACT’

Scopa is calling for heads to roll at the SABC over a R25 million contract to probe fruitless and wasteful expenditure.

A screengrab shows Vincent Smith listening to deliberations in Parliament.

CAPE TOWN – Members of Parliament’s (MPs) standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) are calling for heads to roll at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) over a R25 million contract to probe fruitless and wasteful expenditure.

Audit firm Sekela Xabiso was initially

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