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  • Posted 26 Oct 2010 by Bradlo
    Music, dance, fashion, poetry… it’ s all going down at the Red Bull Kasi Crawl, a one-of-kind,one-day street festival celebrating the heart, soul and spirit of township culture. Join us on Saturday, 6 November, in Soweto’ s famous Vilakazi Street, home to not one, but two Nobel Prize winners – Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu – and experience a brand new history in the making! Feel the rhythm of eKasi as Red Bull pays tribute to those, young and old, who have been instrumental in Mzansi’ s miraculous story. Celebrate the then and the now, as we look to the past as the inspiration for our future. In true, pan-African style, Kasi Crawl brings you 4 stages, each hosted by a local icon from the worlds of House, Hip Hop, Dancehall and Kwaito: • The Party People stage presented by the ever-popular Hip Hop scholar and innovator, DJ Kenzhero • The M usic Light Love stage with ex- Red Bull Music Academy participant and world record holding DJ (he played for 60 ho...... Read Full Post
  • Posted 24 Feb 2009 by Bradlo
    Fake pamphlet furore Article By: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 11:24 The DA in Mpumalanga has laid charges against the ANC for allegedly distributing fake DA pamphlets, said a spokesperson. A case was opened at the Middelburg police station, said Democratic Alliance spokesperson Anthony Benadie. "Charges are impersonation and false distribution," he said adding that a complaint had also been laid with the Independent Electoral Commission. He said the Electoral Act prohibited people from "impersonating" other parties and or candidates, as well from distributing false information. In a statement Benadie said that according to information in its possession, ANC candidate in the upcoming by-elections Jaenette Mahlangu distributed the pamphlet to pupils at the Middelburg Mine Combined school in the Steve Tshwete Municipality last Friday. The offending pamphlet "In the pamphlet, the DA is portrayed as a racist party, claiming that the DA wants to bring back the days of 'permits', i...... Read Full Post
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  • Posted 29 Oct 2008 by Bradlo
    Are you attending this years Plett or Balito Rage?? Do you want to earn some cash while you are there taking photos for Blueworld or doing promotions on the beach? Send me an email with the following: - Brief personal description - Photo of yourself - Contact Details - Info on when you will be in Plett or Balito Email address: brad@bwcom.co.za
  • Posted 30 Sep 2008 by Bradlo
    H2O HEAD OFFICE Wild Waters Complex 1 Margaret Lane, Bardene Boksburg, Johannesburg CONTACT INFO: TEL NO: 011 823 5715 CONETH: 083 675 9006 EMAIL: roxy@sutra.co.za H2O PRESS OFFICE Samantha Emmenes CELL: 072 992 6949 EMAIL: samcoco@mac.com R.O.A.R (Right of Admission Reserved) No Under 18's / ID Upon Request NO ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES No Firearms / No Bottles WEBSITE: http://www.h2oparty.com
  • Posted 30 Sep 2008 by Bradlo
    MAIN FLOOR (Starts 10am) 10h00-11h00 Juley Mc Cooley (JHB) 11h00-12h00 Kirsti ft. Sterra on Drums (JHB) 12h00-13h00 Lady Lea (JHB) 13h00-14h00 Goldfish LIVE (CT) 14h00-15h00 DJ Fresh (5FM) 15h00-16h00 Roger Goode (5FM) 16h00-17h00 X-Ray (CT) 17h00-18h00 Spiro (JHB) 18h00-19h00 Louis (JHB) 19h00-20h00 Speedy (JHB) 20h00-21h00 P.H.A.T.T. (Namibia) 21h00-22h00 Morgan (JHB) 22h00-23h00 Dizzy (JHB) 23h00-00h00 Eddy Virgo (JHB) FUNKY FLOOR (Starts 10am) 10h00-11h00 Baby Ledee (JHB) 11h00-12h00 Steve Sorel (JHB) 12h00-13h00 Kevin Grenfell (JHB) 13h00-14h00 C-Smoothe (JHB) 14h00-15h00 Flash Republic LIVE (JHB) 15h00-16h00 Robbie Rob (Botswana) 16h00-17h00 Erica Elle (5FM) 17h00-18h00 Nick Supply (CT) 18h00-19h00 Ricardo da Costa (JHB) 19h00-20h00 Mark Stent (JHB) 20h00-21h00 Justin Vee (JHB) 21h00-22h00 Roger d’Lux (Edenvale) HaHa 22h00-23h00 Ryan Dent (JHB) 23h00-00h00 Deepgroove (JHB) DEEP HOUSE FLOOR(Starts 10am) 10h00-11h00 Whitey Devine ...... Read Full Post
  • Posted 24 Jun 2008 by Bradlo
    Genocide 'possible' in Zim 24/06/2008 12:19 - (SA) London - The violence in Zimbabwe could descend into genocide like that in Rwanda in 1994, former international envoy Paddy Ashdown warned on Tuesday. Military intervention in Zimbabwe had to remain an option, the former High Representative for Bosnia told The Times newspaper, while also lamenting the "thunderous" silence of South African President Thabo Mbeki. "The situation in Zimbabwe could deteriorate to a point where genocide could be a possible outcome - something that looks like Rwanda," he said, referring to the slaughter by ethnic Hutus of some 800 000 people, mainly Tutsis. Ashdown added that were the situation to deteriorate to that point, military intervention, with Britain playing a "delicate role" due to its history as Zimbabwe's former colonial ruler, would have to be an option. Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, had pulled out of Friday's presidential election run-off against the i...... Read Full Post
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  • Posted 19 Jun 2008 by Bradlo
    News24 'Mugabe behaving like a warlord' 19/06/2008 14:03 - (SA) Harare, Zimbabwe - Four opposition party activists were killed in a firebombing near Harare overnight, the party said on Thursday, the attack carried out even as South African President Thabo Mbeki was in Zimbabwe on a mediation mission. The opposition has said more than 60 of its activists have been killed in recent weeks, and accuses President Robert Mugabe of unleashing widespread violence to ensure victory over Movement for Democratic Change candidate Morgan Tsvangirai in a presidential run-off to be held in just over a week. Independent human rights activists have implicated police and soldiers as well as Mugabe party militants in the violence. Movement for Democratic Change spokesperson Nqobizitha Mlilo said that militants linked to Mugabe's party were seen in the area before the firebomb attack on the home of one party activist. Mlilo said the activist and three colleagues were killed, an unusually...... Read Full Post
  • Posted 28 May 2008 by Bradlo
    “On behalf of the City of Cape Town I condemn the xenophobic attacks that have taken place here and throughout South Africa. I call on the communities of our city to work together to bring peace and stability. We now have around 20 000 displaced people in Cape Town, most of whom are staying in six safe areas in different parts of the metro region, as well as community halls across the city. No-one is forced to go to these sites, or to remain there. Yet thousands of people are coming to them as a base from which they can exercise further options. From there they can decide whether to choose reintegration into their communities, or return to their countries of origin. We would like to support the choices they make but the process falls way outside local government competencies. We urgently need national government, the United Nations, and the embassies of the countries of origin of the displaced people to play a leading role in the process. We share concerns about...... Read Full Post
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  • Posted 26 May 2008 by Bradlo
    News24.com 25/05/2008 10:06 - (SA) Johannesburg - South African President Thabo Mbeki, already under fire for perceived policy failings that caused an anti-immigrant backlash in his country, now faces questions about his handling of the crisis. The head of state is yet to visit the worst affected areas of Johannesburg after two weeks of violence against foreigners that has left more than 40 dead and more than 25 000 displaced. His pronouncements have been limited to a statement given to newspapers more than a week after trouble began, a promise to create an investigating committee, and a brief comment carried by state radio SABC on Saturday in which he talked of "the humiliating disgrace" of the episode. Despite spreading violence, which began in Johannesburg two weeks ago but has now hit seven of the country's nine provinces, he has not made a public address on the radio or television to appeal for calm. A strong appeal "A strong appeal to the South African pe...... Read Full Post
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  • Posted 23 May 2008 by Bradlo
    News24.com 'They're going to kill us!' 23/05/2008 08:12 - (SA) Nurene Jassiem, Marius Louw, Marelize Barnard and Garth Stead, Die Burger Cape Town - At least one foreigner, a Somali citizen, has been killed and six people have been injured when residents of Du Noon near Milnerton in Cape Town, started attacking foreigners with stones and bottles. A 14-year-old child was injured and a shop owner was allegedly stabbed in the back. Several shacks were destroyed and doors were kicked open by attackers looking for immigrants. Several container shops belonging to foreigners were plundered and their contents stolen. At least one was set on fire. Police took 500 foreigners to safety at the Milnerton police station and an emergency centre was set up at the Killarney racecourse to accommodate people overnight. Failed community meeting The chaos followed a meeting on Thursday night at which discussions to avoid xenophobic attacks here, failed. Residents said the...... Read Full Post
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  • Posted 23 May 2008 by Bradlo
    News24.com Xenophobia 'is just an excuse' 23/05/2008 09:48 - (SA) Durban - Criminals are using xenophobia as a "perfect excuse" to commit crime, KwaZulu-Natal safety and security MEC Bheki Cele said on Friday. He was responding as details of several overnight attacks on foreigners were reported to police. "I am just concerned that criminals are using xenophobia as an excuse to commit crimes...Why else would they steal the foreigners' belongings? "If you want someone to leave, you just tell them and then watch them leave...Why does one have to chase them and steal their goods?" he asked. He said he had spoken to some foreigners and was told "astounding things". A list of all the foreigners "I was told that those attacking foreigners had a list of all the foreigners and details of where they stayed. This is because some foreigners were being harassed since 1992 and their attackers live nearby," he said. Police spokesperson Director Phindile Radebe said on T...... Read Full Post
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  • Posted 28 Mar 2008 by Bradlo
    Despite average goal kicking by Grant the Stormers crused to an emphatic victory against the Western Force. Their 3rd win on the road and the Stormers are starting to look like serious contenders for a semi final spot. Who's playing the best rugby of the SA teams at the moment? You have to give it to the stormers after this one!
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