About Ed Mokhonoana

Ed Mokhonoana has written 10 articles so far, you can find them below.

SANRAL appoints acting CEO

Following the announcement on Tuesday that its chief executive office (CEO), Nazir Alli, resigned on Monday, SANRAL has announced that it has appointed a new CEO to take over from Alli as he vacates his position on 3 June. SANRAL announced through its board chairperson, Tembakazi Mnyaka, that it has appointed Koos Smit to the […] Continue reading →

SANRAL’s Nazir Alli quits

The chief executive officer (CEO) of South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL), Nazir Alli, has handed a letter of resignation to the SANRAL board at a meeting yesterday (7 May). The board of SANRAL through its chairperson, Tembakazi Mnyaka, made an pronouncement today confirming that they received a the letter and have accepted Alli’s […] Continue reading →

Samwu denies anti-SePedi comments

The South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) in Limpopo has distanced itself from the comments made in the Sowetan newspaper accusing senior managers of appointing managers on a tribal background. “[SAMWU] in the Limpopo Province wishes to distance itself from the comment made to the Sowetan newspaper by one of our branch leaders in Mopani […] Continue reading →

Roy Padayachie dies

Roy Padayachie (real full name: Radhakrishna Lutchmana Padayachie) – who was the minister of public service and administration – has died in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj told SABC News. Padayachie died three days after celebrating his 62nd birthday. The details and causes of his death are not yet known. “All […] Continue reading →

MEC to take action against porn accused councillor

Western Cape local government MEC Anton Bredell said the Democratic Alliances has launched an internal investigation into the allegations that a senior DA councillor in Swellendam was viewing explicit pornographic material on council property during office hours, reports Eyewitness News. “We are getting a full report from the IT department and if he is found […] Continue reading →

New bill to deal with police brutality

In an effort to put an end to police brutality, cabinet has approved the Prevention and Combating of Torture Bill which, if enacted, will classify torture as a criminal offensive. The bill has been sent to the speaker of the national assembly for tabling where it will be referred to the portfolio committee on justice […] Continue reading →

Sanef: Secrecy Bill is a danger to democracy

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