City spokesperson Omogolo Taunyane said Acting Mayor Abel Tau had visited the project in Atteridgeville Extension 19.
The controversial Modack brought an application to interdict the police from arresting him and searching his premises, among others.
Chief whip and DA member Christo van den Heever has launched a scathing attack on Maile, accusing him of violating the Constitution.
Fouriesburg police pulled the driver over after a tip-off that a truckload of sheep’s wool was being transported and that the driver had no documents for it.
Dr Ninadu Mafulu allegedly dispensed scheduled medication at his practice, which is illegal, and wasn’t registered as an independent medical practitioner.
Western Cape police said a woman had snatched Tiwane, one of twin boys, in Parow last Wednesday by gaining their mother’s trust.

Ex-cop sentenced to 9 years for corruption

Former constable Mkhanyiseli Mashiyi, 43, was stationed at the Cambridge police station in East London.

Pedestrians accounted for most festive season road deaths – Mbalula

‘The main causes of fatal crashes over this period were pedestrians, single vehicles overturning, hit-and-runs and head-on collisions,’ Mabalula said.

Mashaba and Maimane part ways… for now

They see their separate endeavours not as competing initiatives, but rather complementary ones.

IEC welcomes demarcation board’s public process for new ward boundaries

The MDB on Thursday said the public had between February and April to comment on the proposed new ward boundaries.

World US tells Thunberg to ‘study economics’ in Davos climate spat

Jennifer Morgan, executive director of Greenpeace International, said during the forum that governments were still failing to act on climate change.

Africa Zimbabwe tycoon offers to subsidise doctors in bid to end strike

While those who can afford it get treated at private hospitals, many ordinary Zimbabweans have died because of a lack of medical attention.

Couple to take Beloftebos to Equality Court over same-sex wedding no-no

Supporters have rallied around the couple to assist with the legal challenge, launching a fund-raising page and activating a social media campaign.

Aggett Inquest: ‘Neil was killed and his body hanged,’ partner tells court

Dr Elizabeth Floyd testified that when she saw Aggett’s body after he died, ‘there were no marks of any kind on his neck’ and no swelling either.

World Queen gives assent for Britain to leave EU

Two top EU officials in Brussels are expected to sign the formal separation treaty on Friday.

World China locks down cities to curb virus outbreak

Beijing cancelled massive gatherings that usually attract throngs at temples during the New Year holiday, while the historic Forbidden City will close from Saturday.

Diepsloot protests against foreign nationals

Protesters threw stones at passing cars

ANC says Maile ‘did the right thing’ suspending Speakers

Da Gama and Mathebe have been placed on suspension by Maile, who believes they may have brought council into disrepute.

World Harvey Weinstein a ‘seasoned predator and rapist’ – prosecution

The woman who says Weinstein raped her in a New York hotel room in 2013, was identified for the first time in court as actress Jessica Mann.

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