After more than four years behind bars, terror-accused Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie could taste freedom as soon as this week.
The utility urged people in the affected areas to not log a fault during the period.
‘A clean environment, a healthy population and a vibrant economy are all synonymous and there is not a question of choosing one from the other; each one leads to the other and therefore we need to keep that balance in place.’
In a video, circulated on social media, the man can be seen standing at the intersection before being struck by an out-of-control Range Rover
Naming and shaming rape accused MEC could harm child victims
Child Line SA has condemned the move by the the Mpumalanga ANC, who disclosed the identity of a party member who stands accused of raping his daughters, saying it serves no purpose and could further traumatise his victims.

Weather Thunderstorms expected in Gauteng, intense cold front to hit Cape provinces – SA Weather Service

According to the SAWS, some parts of the country can expect low-level flooding, while others are in for extreme cold and snowfall.

Zuma’s Zondo fight could hurt the ANC even more

Politics Zuma’s Zondo fight could hurt the ANC even more

Beside potentially delaying the progress of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, Zuma’s battle with Zondo threatens to further divide the ANC, and provide another distraction from governance and service delivery.

Crime Two bodies of women with gunshot wounds to their heads found in KZN

Police say they are investigating cases of murder after the bodies were found in a bush in KwaMashu on Tuesday at around 12.30 pm.

Courts Willem Breytenbach sexual assault case postponed to November

Breytenbach stands accused of raping or sexually abusing boys between 1983 and 2019.

World Trump, Biden to go head to head in first presidential debate

With Trump claiming Biden is virtually brain dead — “Biden doesn’t know he’s alive” — and Biden branding the president “a toxic presence,” it won’t be for the faint hearted.

Politics DA set to ‘grill’ Mapisa-Nqakula over Zimbabwe flight during committee meeting

The party says it will not allow the minister’s appearance before the committee to ‘turn into an exercise to exonerate her’.

General Occupants of old circus school in talks with City of Cape Town to purchase or lease land

The property is currently zoned as a public open space and the City intends to develop the land for ‘sporting purposes’, according to a statement dated 12 August 2020.

Covid-19 Cape Town to receive additional R100m in Covid-19 relief funding from Germany

Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato said he could see how devastating the impact of the national lockdown was on residents who had lost jobs and were unable to provide for their families.

General Cele dismisses claims of him visiting KwaSizabantu Mission church

KwaSizabantu Mission stands accused of gross human rights abuses, as well as financial crimes, spanning a number of years.

Crime Brutal stabbing murder of toddler condemned

Police say the four-year-old girl had stab wounds to the neck, stomach and had a head injury.

General Gun Free SA says firearm licence fraud ‘widespread, entrenched and deadly’

The organisation has called on the presidency to institute a crucial forensic audit on the central firearms registry, and wants crooked officers involved in gun-licensing fraud to be brought to book. 

Politics Zuma’s latest letter just another delay tactic – Analyst

The former president is aware that he must state facts that would otherwise implicate him and his relationships to several parties and there seems to be a strategy to frustrate the activities of the commission, said Ndou..

South Africa Corruption, taxi loads, and workers rights the focus of planned Cosatu protest action next week

The trade union says the protest comes as government has failed to deal with widespread corruption, among a myriad of issues.

Investigation Lottery corruption: Has the Auditor General been missing in action?

Not a single dodgy deal uncovered by reporters has been dealt with by the state watchdog.

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