The Kerzner name will long be remembered for transforming tourism and hospitality in SA.
While en route to the police station with the suspect, it is understood that the officer was attacked and fatally shot with his service pistol.
Four more cases are in SA’s sights in addition to the 61 confirmed cases as of Monday morning, as well as the first confirmed cases of person-to-person transmission within the country’s borders. 
In view of the rising numbers, President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for an urgent cabinet meeting to be held on Sunday.
The abaThembu monarch allegedly ‘went on the rampage’ and has a history of violence.
National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise’s office confirmed that Gardee had submitted his resignation.

Breaking News eThekwini city manager Sipho Nzuza granted R50K bail

The city manager was arrrested on Tuesday for alleged corruption, money laundering and racketeering over a R208-million Durban solid waste tender. 

Breaking News Department of health confirms SA’s first Covid-19 case

The patient has reportedly been self-isolating since consulting a private general practitioner on March 3 for his symptoms which included fever, headache, malaise and a sore throat and cough. 

Breaking News Western Cape NPA head Rodney de Kock to act in axed Nomgcobo Jiba’s old position

Jiba was fired by President Cyril Ramaphosa last year after an inquiry found she was not fit to hold office.

Breaking News Budget2020: Public sector wage bill to be slashed

Mboweni’s announcement of a massive R160 billion reduction in the public service wage bill is sure to raise some eyebrows, but the move is expected to yield a 1% reduction in consolidated compensation spending.

Breaking News Budget2020: R129 billion into the SOE black hole

South Africa’s ailing state-owned entities will be getting a massive R129 billion cash injection and, predictably, the bulk thereof will go toward the limping state power utility.

Breaking News Consumer commission still in the dark on ‘canned pilchards recall’

West Point Processors allegedly failed to inform the National Consumer Commission about the recall.

Breaking News Lesotho Prime Minister appears in court to be charged with murder

Thomas Thabane announced he would step down on 31 July following pressure from his party to quit over the scandal.

Breaking News Lesotho Prime Minister nowhere to be found in court

Thomas Thabane has failed to appear in court on alleged medical grounds while preliminary reports claim he’s in Pretoria.

Breaking News City granted order to enforce bylaws against Cape Town church refugees

However, the City is also ordered to, within seven days, provide a suitable venue for the department of home affairs to process the refugees and asylum seekers.

Breaking News Labour court dismisses unions’ application to halt SAA job cuts

The unions were demanding the court to force the airline to engage with them. 

Breaking News Zuma is too ill to attend Sona – Jacob Zuma Foundation

Fomer presidents Kgalema Motlanthe, FW de Klerk and Thabo Mbeki have confirmed they will attend Sona.

Breaking News Magashule’s former driver subpoenaed by NPA over Pierneef painting’s disappearance

The painting belonging to the Free State provincial government was allegedly passed on to a Bloemfontein businessman by Magashule’s former bodyguard.

Breaking News Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder Joseph Shabalala dies

The isicathamiya musician retired in 2014 and struggled with his health in recent years.

Breaking News High court orders SA Express be placed under business rescue

According to Ziegler’s affidavit, SAA owed SA Express approximately R20 million before the national carrier was placed in business rescue in December 2019.



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