On Monday, officials said Day Zero was not yet on the horizon for Gauteng, although water levels were declining in the Vaal Dam.
Mabuza added they were encouraged by white farmers who have donated unused land.
‘That is one word that no president ought to apply to himself,’ said House Majority Whip James Clyburn, the most senior black lawmaker in Congress.
The broad strokes of the case involve a dispute between the parents of the children – aged eight and 11 – after the father won custody.
A fourth-year student was admitted to a local hospital, which confirmed the case of bacterial meningitis on Tuesday morning.
They were among 30 passengers who were travelling in a truck that hit a tree when the 26-year-old driver allegedly lost control of the vehicle.

Miguel Louw murder accused offered child R10 to call the boy, court hears

Mohamed Ebrahim – who was the last person seen with Miguel at a KFC in Sydenham on July 17 – is accused of murder, theft and kidnapping.

Cele declares ‘war against the selling of fake goods’, promises greater vigilance at major ports

Cele was addressing the International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property Crime Conference in Cape Town on Tuesday.

SAHRC denies settlement with family of pensioner tied to hospital bench

A video clip of the pensioner, who was tied to a steel bench at Mamelodi Hospital earlier this year, caused outrage after going viral.

DD Mabuza says he’s not sure which industrial revolution SA is in

The deputy president’s latest embarrassment has been likened to Baleka Mbete’s horror interview on Al Jazeera.

‘Demonic’ school artist explains the meaning of Grantleigh exhibition

‘You can feel the demons, you can feel the presence of this evil spirit,’ one parent complained of the exhibition space.

Load shedding could trip up investment, Ramaphosa’s adviser warns

The economist was speaking at parliament on Tuesday, addressing journalists at a briefing on SA’s second investment conference, set to be held in November in Sandton.

World Britain’s Johnson puts Brexit deal to ‘final’ vote

Even if Johnson wins the two votes on Tuesday evening, MPs could still derail his bill.

‘I won’t be joining any political party,’ says Herman Mashaba

The outgoing mayor says following his last day in office on November 27 he will take some time to rest.

Sassa and home affairs offices stand empty

Though they have been closed for years, people still go to the offices unaware that they are not functional.

Mashaba’s move signals an evolution in our politics

Mashaba’s move signals an evolution in our politics

While the mayor’s reasoning may spark much controversy and difficulty for the DA, the action itself is something rather mature.

Statement ‘invalidating’ investigations into Iqbal Survé condemned by Western Cape Sanco

The organisation says investigations into the businessman and his companies should continue uninterrupted and without any political interference.

Opinion Service at Peugeot Northcliff almost as bad as driving off actual cliff

The dealership is going out of its way to perpetuate the brand’s tainted reputation.

Two Russian bombers to land at Waterkloof

The diplomatic operation is set to take place at the same place the Guptas controversially landed in 2013.

Horror crash brings Krugersdorp traffic to a standstill

According to an eyewitness, a woman in a Bantam died on impact, while the driver of a Wildtrak sustained minor injuries.

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