Futsal Uganda Cup Thursday, Kabowa Utd v Crown Yeak Kabowa v Typhoon Dream v Mengo Nomad v Bajim Sona v Friends of Football In form Yeak Kabowa is on course to lift the Fustal League title and ambitions to lift the Futsal Uganda Cup, are no exception according to their CEO Emmanuel Wamala.
Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address (Sona) last month in which he announced government’s plan to split the utility into three divisions, government’s immediate focus is to address the substantial risks that the power utility poses to the economy and public finances.
JOHANNESBURG – Progressive Professionals Forum (PPF) notes and welcomes the State of Nation Address (Sona) as delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa which articulated the overall government plans detailing specific interventions to grow the economy, dealing with scourge of corruption, unemployment, transformation, law and order, security, education, social services and international relations.
“The key will clearly be the Eskom bailout which has been specifically promised on numerous occasions at and since Sona,” it said.
This is why when President Cyril Ramaphosa announced in the State of the Nation Address (Sona) that a new directorate would be established within the national prosecuting authority (NPA) to investigate and prosecute state capture cases, we immediately assumed it would be just like the Scorpions.
Open letter to President Ramaphosa: e-Tolls remain the elephant in the room Dear Comrade President, Let us at the outset congratulate you on delivering one of the most well-thought of State of the Nation Addresses (Sona).
ANC Gauteng secretary Jacob Khawe admitted, in an interview with News24, just ahead of the Sona that the provincial leadership was not happy with e-tolls being left out of the election manifesto.
During the State of the Nation Address (Sona) debate this week, Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota told Ramaphosa that he will not be joining him on the journey to turn the country around.
While reporting from Sona last week, we asked one question to five senior figures of Parliament: “What has Ramaphosa achieved in the last 12 months?” – we got some stern responses, and one particularly comedic answer.
When he left, he did not return the laptop immediately, as he was travelling and wanted to remove any perSonal data that may have been on it.