Masakhane


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Masakhane

(ˌmasaˈkanɪ)
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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) South African a political slogan of solidarity
[C20: Nguni, literally: let us build together]
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In a press release out earlier, Sibanye Gold said that on Saturday 5 May, "Sibanye-Stillwater announced that all 13 of its employees who were trapped underground at its Masakhane mine, Driefontein operations had been recovered and brought to surface by mine rescue personnel.
JOHANNESBURG -- Seven miners were killed at Sibanye-Stillwater's Masakhane mine while six others are recovering in hospital after being trapped underground for two days, the company said on Saturday.
Summary: Johannesburg [South Africa], May 6 (ANI): At least seven miners were killed in a cave-in at the Masakhane gold mine here on Saturday.
The firm said it had made contact with three of the workers trapped in the Masakhane mine west of Johannesburg and had mobilised rescue teams.
In these areas, the students will be working on much-needed repairs to a farm school in Shaw Park and an informal Educare Centre called Masakhane.
The ANC government has applied this principle in the Masakhane (Let's Build Together) campaign.
combined in novel ways, such as the government's Masakhane campaign
They are actors on a local stage, squaring off against homegrown villains like Operation Masakhane [Let Us Build], which supposedly aims to normalize local governance and the provision of local services by convincing people with no money that they must pay for these services.
The dancers, including Theo and Nozuko, rehearse at the Masakhane Center in Gugulethu, where Boyd offers advice and guidance.
For the last two years, Middelburg has won the national Masakhane award.
Complementing this scheme is the Masakhane ("lets build together") campaign, aimed at ending the rent and bond boycotts endemic to the apartheid era.