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Tuesday, 10 April 2018 13:00

EldosFM News Wrap Week Ending 6 April 2018

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The main focus of this week's EldosFM News Wrap is the passing of Liberation Struggle Icon Winnie Mandela. We bring you news on tributes as well as the Memorial Services & Funeral Arrangements. In other news we look at the investigation of the recent Klipspruit West Medical Centre burglary and the shocking murder of a JMPD officer shot in Soweto. Read all the details and check out the pictures in our Weekly News Wrap below.

Along with news of Eskom price hikes, Blade Nzimande speaks out against E-toll, a 3 year old from Roodekrans who is still missing we also look at the police investigation into an incident of mob justice after an alleged kidnapping in Eldos; 140 Suspects arrested after intelligence operation; An unidentified female's body discovered in Soweto and a Johannesburg hospital is investigated after it took 3 days to remove a dead foetus from a mother's womb. We also have news of the widespread flooding causing damages and the arrest of suspects after explosives were found in Soweto. Read it all and check out our pictures in our News Wrap further below.

In our News Wrap this week we bring you all the headline stories & pictures as Petrol Prices are set to come down; we have more news on SASSA Grant Payments while the ConCourt decides on SASSA's fate; The annual Township Marathon was once again a huge success; Another Rehab Center is opened; The Gauteng Premier speaks on the land question in his SOPA; New SA President Ramaphosa reshuffled the cabinet and Schools across the province are gearing up for SGB elections. Read all the details and check out the images further below.

Calls are made for intervention in the Eldorado Park education crisis; GEPEF hosts community meeting following more Unrest at Eldos Schools; Slovo Park finally gets electricity; The Eldos Cleanup project shows great success; Ennerdale housing issues are addressed and a brand new app helps commuters to easily get a taxi. Read more details and see all the pics in this weeks EldosFM News Wrap below.

The DA visits Reiger Park Secondary to assess the impact the sex scandal has on the school; The parents of murdered 4 year old Shaynice Tala are still waiting on the truth to be revealed as the trial is once again postponed; Sadtu members in Eldos are on strike again; and the Eldos Monthly Cleanup is set to gain momentum. Read more of the details in our EldosFM Weekly News Wrap below.

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 13:03

EldosFM News Wrap Week Ending 9 February 2018

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This week in our EldosFM News Wrap we have SAPS making a drug bust in Ennerdale; a woman assaulted in an attack in The Klein; an armed robbery at a school in Lawley and on the bright side we have we have the Ward 17 councillor working to improve conditions at the local clinic and the launch of a monthly cleanup campaign right here in Eldos. Read on below for further details.

Sunday, 04 February 2018 20:48

EldosFM News Wrap Week Ending 2 February 2018

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In our EldosFM News Wrap for the Week Ending 2nd February 2018 we have Eldorado Park residents protesting against the alleged dismissal of a school principal; Allegations of a Reiger Park school principal involved in sexual misconduct with learners, The Launch of  new senior citizens programme and thieves arrested for stealing a golf club's fence.  Read further below for pics and details...

In our Weekly News Wrap for the week ending 19 January 2018 we look at the GDE's last minute registration drive to enroll learners for 2018 and we share the excitement of the start of a new academic year. In other news we look at a recent spate of business robberies and we cover the recent protests in Freedom Park and Devland.

In our weekly news wrap for the week ending 12 January 2018 we look at the alleged hijacking of a cigarette truck in Ennerdale and we follow up on the progress of the police investigation.

Thursday, 14 December 2017 12:36

Yellow Ribon Foundation Launched in Eldos

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Eldorado Park anti-drug and community activist Dereleen James who became a prominent and recognisable figure across South Africa when she wrote a heart-wrenching letter to President Jacob Zuma pleading with him for direct assistance in the large-scale Eldorado Park drug crisis has spearheaded the establishment and recent launch of the Yellow Ribbon Foundation.

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