Phophi Ramathuba’s viral rant has sparked a mixed reaction in SA and Zimbabwe- but help is forthcoming for the hospital patient in Limpopo.
Dr Phophi Ramathuba’s xenophobic comments towards a Zimbabwean hospital patient have sparked disapproval from trade unions.
Despite heavy backlash received Limpopo MEC of Health Dr Phophi Ramathuba, the PA has decided to stand with her, Here’s WHY:
Could Phophi Ramathuba lose her job? The Limpopo Health MEC has been accused of ‘xenophobic behaviour’ by those calling for her head.
Did Limpopo Health MEC Phophi Ramathuba go too far, or was she merely delivering some home truths to this patient from Zimbabwe?
The high crime rate in South Africa appears to be a concern for our friends in Zimbabwe – but a senior DIRCO figure has hit back.
SA and Zim Basic Education Ministers will exchange information about each other’s basic education systems through study visits and workshops
The Zimbabwean government has blamed the outbreak on apostolic church sect gatherings where many children are not vaccinated due to religious beliefs.
The Zimbabwean Immigration Federation made a court application to stop the scrapping of exemption permits of many citizens who reside in SA.
According to the Zimbabwean Finance Minister, Mthuli Ncube Inflation in Zimbabwe accelerated to 192% in June,
A suspect was arrested at the Beitbridge Border Post trying to smuggle commercial explosives into South Africa.
Lindiwe Zulu stated that she believes Zimbabweans are not South Africa’s responsibility – and that they should be in their home country.
Research reveals that six out of seven new HIV infections among 15-19-year-olds in Sub Saharan Africa are among girls.
Zimbabweans who entered SA via the ZEP route can still be deported by Home Affairs, following courtroom developments on Friday.
Zimbabweans who have been in South Africa for more than a decade could be subject to deportation before the new year – here’s why…
Guests at Zimbabwe’s five star hotel in Harare, Meikles were offered buckets of hot bath water due to load shedding.
Zimbabweans are criticising their government for welcoming Ellen DeGeneres into their country and for banning Somizi Mhlongo.
A prankster who kickstarted claims of a ‘toes for cash’ syndicate in Zimbabwe has been arrested after ‘spreading false alarm’.
Malawian authorities have banned exotic dancer and socialite Zodwa Wabantu over her ‘morally degrading’ stage acts…
The man who allegedly started the rumour that Zimbabweans were selling their toes for money says he was ‘only joking’.
Tweeps have claimed that Nasty C ‘stands to make a fortune’ by selling his toes, in response to rampant rumours online…
Given the chance, would you see your toes for quick cash? Many South African tweeps are voting in favour of the running rumour…
Illegal immigrant Petros Vinigran was sentenced to six years behind bars for stealing R132 000 worth of railway track belonging to Transnet.
A major court decision has given Zimbabwe’s white farmers a new route to justice – and the South African government could be made to pay.