The 33-year-old nurse was shot seven times in the head and neck by her partner, a police officer at the Tembisa Hospital.
Thembisile Ndengane, a deputy principal at Phomolong Secondary School, was killed by unknown gunmen on school premises
Minister Angie Motshekga has called on police to leave no stone unturned in their investigation into the Tembisa deputy principal’s shooting
Police said a manhunt had been launched after a Tembisa deputy principal was killed in a hail of bullets at the school.
A Tembisa deputy principal was killed in a hail of bullets at the school gate before the gunmen fled without taking anything from her.
Episode 2 of Independent Media’s ‘Baby Trade’ docuseries states that before the ‘Tembisa 10’ there was the ‘Tembisa three’…
Police are now calling on the woman assaulted in the video to come forward so they can open a case with IPID
This comes as the journalism fraternity has reacted with shock over the so-called ‘Tembisa 10’ which turned out to be fake news
After writing one of SA’s most eye-catching exclusives in recent times, Piet Rampedi is now asking questions about his own work on the ‘Tembisa 10’ story.
Gosiame Sithole DID visit Steve Biko Hospital on Saturday – but there was nothing to suggest she’d had decuplets. The story, it seems, is falling apart.
It has been learnt that Teboho Tsotetsi, the father of the so-called Tembisa 10, is married to another woman
Where are the ‘Tembisa Ten’? A mom in Gauteng allegedly birthed decuplets on Monday night – and Mzwandile Masina says he has been in touch with the family.
“The school has not been opened yet because the construction has not been complete”.
The death of 34-year-old Shonisani Lethole at Tembisa Hospital is considered yet another indictment on the public health system
Shonisani Lethole, a 34-year-old man died just days after being admitted to Tembisa Hospital in July 2020, and hadn’t eaten for over 100 days
Shonisani Lethole died at the Tembisa Hospital, days after complaining about the lack of proper care at the facility
In a classic case of ‘money down the drain,’ the Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development has to date spent R82 million on the yet to be occupied school.
The Gauteng department of education has again had to deal with more tragedy, following the death of a Pretoria pupil and the rape of another in Tembisa.