A terrorist alert shakes the country

The United States Embassy has issued a terrorist warning regarding an attack in the greater Sandton area over the weekend. As usual, the team has taken to the field and brought you good old fashioned investigative journalism on this and other important topics.

A member of South Africa’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community holding a rainbow flag umbrella takes part in the annual Gay Pride Parade, as part of the Durban Pride Festival, on 29 June 2019 in Durban. Photo: Rajesh JANTILAL/AFP

The US Embassy issued a warning last week that terrorists may be planning an attack in the greater Sandton area over the weekend. Clement Manyathela spoke about it to the Minister in the Presidency – Mondli Gungubele. Hear what he had to say:

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Organizers of Joburg Pride under the slogan #WeWillMarch said the march would continue despite the terror attack warning.

President of Johannesburg Pride and Founder of Pride of Africa – Kaye Ally told Bongani Bingwa that the pride march would take place and security would be tightened.

Here is their conversation below:

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