Watch: Free State fire damage estimated at R400m
A young farmer, Tewie Nel, who sustained third-degree burns to his face, leg and arm while fighting the fire is stable in an intensive care unit and recovering.
Economy in danger if noncompliance to Covid-19 regulations continues
Western Cape premier Alan Winde said he was concerned about an increase in Covid-19 cases in the province in the past week, but stressed it could not be classified as a resurgence.
The couple were arrested in connection with charges of fraud and money laundering worth R102 million. 
The presenter will be on leave pending an investigation and based on the outcomes of that investigation.
The magistrate cautioned Gigaba that if she contacted any of the witnesses her bail would be revoked.
Police say the suspects robbbed the victims of their watches and cellphones before they jumped into a silver BMW vehicle and sped off.
Rhodes University’s Centre for Biological Control is optimistic that we can learn to live with water hyacinths, and can keep weed levels below levels that could cause further damage to the area’s dam and surrounding ecosystems.
The provincial government has not yet commented on whether the four vacant positions will be filled.
Bleak reality of retirement in SA
Another reason for South Africans not saving for their retirement is because there is simply not enough money to live a decent life and save.
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Among unions that carried out statistical analysis of the job losses due to Covid-19, job losses ranged between 70,000 in Zambia to 1.5 million in SA.
Beware the whataboutists
The fact that the NPA is yet to prefer charges against individual or corporate citizen Y does not mean that the prosecution of individual or corporate citizen X is illegitimate or unwarranted.
Government to blame for lives lost on Moloto Road
The Moloto Road Corridor pipe dream is a crystal-clear example of how the ANC uses people during elections and forgets about them once they are back in power
Covid-19 fatigue could see surge in number of infections
Dr Giles van Cutsem says there is a risk of a second wave ‘if previously unexposed people decrease their prevention behaviour – especially if people congregate in confined and poorly ventilated spaces for long periods of time, as seen in Europe’.

Load shedding, News, and Online Shopping: The most popular Apps in South Africa are available on HUAWEI AppGallery

The numbers are in with HUAWEI revealing the top downloaded apps in South Africa on its exclusive app distribution platform, HUAWEI AppGallery, for 2020 so far.

Environment Whale carcass washes up ashore near along Jeffreys Bay coastline

‘As a precaution, we are appealing to bathers, surfers and paddlers to be cautious along the coastline between Tsitsikamma and Port Elizabeth.’

Celebs & viral VIDEO: Mpho Popps parodying Katlego Maboe is the best thing you’ll see today

In his version, Modikane admits to cheating on his diet and eating his partner’s snacks.

General Families feeling ‘broken’ after bodies of missing boys found in Cape Town dam

They were last seen by a truck driver, who noticed that they had snuck into his vehicle. He dropped them off at the Mew Way bridge in Khayelitsha.

Politics Mboweni conceded that IMF loan could pay salaries of govt employees, says DA

‘This sudden change by Mboweni from his avowed position of prudential public financial management to debt-fueled public spending is hardly surprising,’ the party says.

Investigation Two businessmen linked to Gauteng health dept R1.2bn corruption ‘out of SA’

The two businessmen were expected to appear in court on Thursday alongside four former senior department employees.

Crime GBV, femicide receiving ‘priority attention’, says Gauteng police commissioner

More than 157 offenders have been arrested, which Lieutenant General Elias Mawela hopes will ‘send a strong message to men that women must be respected, without their rights being violated’.

Society Young Philippi boys earn pocket money from fixing potholes, cleaning up streets

When they aren’t at school or playing soccer, the young boys still clear rubbish off the road and fill potholes with sand and rubble.

Celebs & viral OUTsurance decides to Chenca dai deng for now

Motoring News Ford puts Sport(y) touch on Ranger XL

Rugby Sharks boss Everitt: You never know when Covid is going to strike someone down

Crime 139 SAPS members face GBV charges, Cele reveals

Being a parent Musical artist Phumeza Mdabe shares the joys of being a mother

General Eskom invests R41m on power line upgrades in Crowthorne

Sex How social media leads to cheating and mistrust in relationships

Environment Gauteng residents urged to save water as major dam levels fall

Government Civil Union Amendment Bill passed into law

World Rugby Wallabies rule out taking a knee against All Blacks

local soccer ‘It has been a difficult time frame,’ admits Kaizer Chiefs coach ahead of Sundowns showdown

Formula 1 Hamilton questions Petrov role after controversial gay, racism comments

Covid-19 Convalescent plasma of limited use for Covid-19 – study

Africa Nigeria president warns protesters as unrest flares

World Trump-Biden final debate: Covid, wind and Hitler

world soccer ‘Loved and appreciated’ Bale starts as Spurs win, Celtic undone by Milan

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