Ntando’released his second album



NTANDOYENKOSI SIBANYONI OF Block K Soshanguve has released his second 12 track album Onjengawe Jesu was released recently. The album is produced and composed by Ntandoyenkosi and was recorded at Mike Studio in Block UU Soshanguve.

“The song is about the importance of praying and trusting God who sent his only son to die for our sins. Onjengawe Jesu is not just a gospel song but it encourages us to trust Jesus because he came to this earth and died for our sin, as Christians we have to follow him and we will be saved,” said Ntandoyenkosi.

Ntando is originally from Winterveldt. He started singing at the age of 6 years at Church of Jesus Christ in Winterveldt. He later joined the school choir at Rhulani Primary School in 1999 and another school choir at Central High School in 2006.  He started performing at church gatherings in 1999 and in 2011 he released his first ten tracks album Ngikwethembile.

“I have chosen gospel music because I grew up in a Christian family and to me; singing is not only to entertain my fans but to spread the gospel of God. I spread the holly word with music and it helps to reach young and old.

“Music is also a universal language it reaches people who are talking different languages. I always encourage my fans to seek God with my music because there is no one like him,” added Ntandoyenkosi.

Those who want to Ntandoyenkosi Sibanyoni can call 082 680 4230/073 5344 625 during office hours.

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Councilor helps to control traffic

Tshwane Ward 90 councilor Enos Chiloane controlling the busy traffic


ANC WARD COUNCILOR Enos Chiloane and his crew are controlling the traffic on the busiest intersection in Soshanguve. More than 3 000 vehicles an hour are using the intersection which is the corner of M20 and Umphafa Street in Soshanguve. The intersection is just 500 metres from the R80 well known as Mabopane Highway.

Councilor Enos Chiloane said he received hundreds of complaints from the residents who are using the intersection to work and school

“I receive many complains about this intersection, some cars ended bumping to each other causing more delays. I wrote an email to the City of Tshwane MMC for Safety and Security, Karen Meyer on the 26 September asking her to deploy the Metro Police to control the traffic. She agreed but I am still waiting until now.

“Last week I started to make sure that the traffic is reduced before it cause an accident that may kill road users, I was joined by 18 community members. This intersection is busy in the morning between 6 and 8 am, in the afternoons between 4 and 8 pm every day. It is worse every Monday morning and every Friday afternoons. It is also worse on the 14, 15, 16, 25 and 30 of every month

“We not will stop controlling traffic until the road is being increased on the sides to reduce traffic and the project has already started it will finish next year April. After the road has been increased we will monitor it and if there is still a lot of traffic we will help to control it again,” said Chiloane.

Councilor Enos Chiloane (left hand) with some of the 18 community members who help him to control traffic at the intersection.

Tshwane MMC for Safety of Security, Karen Meyer denied promising to deploy the metro police by saying he inform the office Chief of the Tshwane Metro Police.

“I at no stage made promises; I forwarded the request to the Chief of Police to address as with all operational matters. I have no authority to interfere in the operational matters,” said Meyer.

Senior Superintended Isaac Mahamba of the Tshwane Metro Police said they are aware of the situation.

“We are aware of the situation and will attend to it according to other operational needs,” said Mahamba. africa@africakamahamba.co.za

Off duty, cop abandoned wedding to arrest a criminal



A COP THAT was attending a wedding in Mpumalanga drove back from Nelspruit to arrest the most wanted criminal in Pretoria West.

Captain Simon Motolla has just arrived in Nespriut less than 30 minutes for the wedding on Saturday celebration when he received a tip-off about the most wanted criminal.

Captain Daniel Mavimbela of the Sunnyside police said the brave and dedicated cop just abandoned the wedding and drove back to Pretoria within 30 minutes after arriving at the wedding.

“Despite being off-duty for the weekend and attending the wedding of a friend and fellow captain in Mpumalanga Province, a tenacious, intelligence-driven Sunnyside police captain, Simon Motolla, travelled more than 300 kilometres to organise and lead a sting operation that led to the capture of a suspect of murder who had been on the run for almost a year and a half.

“It is believed that the 34-year-old man was among the suspects who reportedly lured the 23 years old Shaun Douglas Chabalala who was an upcoming musician, to a flat in Sunnyside, east of Pretoria, during May 2018, with a fake advertisement of a luxury camera before the latter was pushed to his death from the seventh floor during what is suspected to be a robbery gone wrong,”said Mavimbela.

Mavimbela said the suspect was reportedly found inside the ceiling of a house in Pretoria West where he hid after he noticed the police, but that was subsequent to an initial search and the SAPS Dog Unit being summoned to that house. 

Tshwane police district commissioner, Major General Daniel Mthombeni, has commended Captain Motolla and his team for their dedication and commitment following the operation. 

“It is officers like Captain Motolla who offer hope to our communities and will stop at nothing to ensure they (communities) are and feel safe,” Mthombeni said. africa@africakamahamba.co.za

Strike’s new album strikes at fake pastors



TSHWANE BASED gospel artist Strike Tholo well-known as Strike Moshe in the music industry has released his sixth new album El-roi meaning God sees me. The 12 track album is composed by Strike Moshe of Slovoville township in Winterveldt except for Paulo na Silas which is composed by Zawadi and Khunama o rapele by Mphahlele wa Kgoshi. The album was released in early July this year.

There is also a remix of Mafikizolo and Ntando’s Ungenza ntoni turned into Jesu o genza ntoni and remix of Bhudaza’s Galalebona . 

Galalebona is a song that condemned fake pastors of these days who feed people snakes, petrol, bleach, and grass, those who fake a resurrection.

“All my songs have a message, as a gospel artist, it is my responsibility to spread the gospel of God through music that is why I am using music for condemning evil deeds do by fake pastors and we need to condemn that. Galalebona condemned such evil things are done by those who call themselves pastors but they are sheep in wolf skins.

“I have been in the music for more than 10 years and I know that gospel music needs to have a message and I will continue to use the gospel to spread the word of God. I would like to thank Zawadi,  Mphahlele wa Kgoshi and others for their contribution in this album,” said Strike.

He started his gospel career with hit album Kuzomnandi in 2003 and never looked back.

Strike who is also a member of the Bheka Award-winning group Exodus has performed in different areas around the country which are Soshanguve, Mabopane, Hammanskraal, Ga-Rankuwa, Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga, and other areas. For booking Strike Moshe can be contacted at 076 328 0667.

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Wanted by police


THE TSHWANE police are looking for a suspect who skipped bail of R3 000. The police are appealing for any information that could lead to the re-arrest of Obienna Greg Ofoegbuliwe, the suspect”s alleged accomplice who has since absconded from the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court after he was granted bail of R3000.  Information may be forwarded anonymously to the Crime Stop Hotline on 0860010111 or to Crime Line SMS on 32211.