Rand Water said it still ‘requests consumers to continue using water sparingly’, but said the shut down will be over by Wednesday afternoon.
Small- and medium-scale distributed embedded generation could deliver several thousand megawatts to the grid in one to two years, at no cost to Eskom or the fiscus.
‘Rehab, counselling, diversion programmes are stigmatised and tell a lie about cannabis. There is no scientific proof that cannabis can do any harm.’
The broadcaster says a few employees have been taken to hospital for observation as a result of smoke inhalation.
The CEO says that the work on the B11 pipeline shutdown remains on schedule and on target.
Calls for action against her intensified over the weekend when former president Thabo Mbeki slammed Mandela-Hlongwane’s tweets.

General Body of newborn found in a field in Rustenburg

Unfortunately, the newborn had been dead for some time and nothing could be done by paramedics.

General Weekend eight-hour powercut planned for Boksburg

This power interruption is reportedly due to the installation of new additional switchgear at a substation.

General SA advocate Pansy Tlakula elected to serve on a UN Human Rights body

She was elected among 14 candidates who sought to fill nine vacancies on the 18-person committee. 

General Kruger National Park resolves weekend labour dispute, visitors welcome

SANParks says visitors who are intending to travel to the KNP for the school holidays are welcome. 

General Freezing cold, water cuts and power outages: Gauteng’s week of triple challenges

In the south of Gauteng, SA Weather Services warns of extreme cold on Monday.

General KwaZulu-Natal education MEC Mshengu concerned about school violence in Efolweni area

The area where this incident happened was the same area where an educator was brutally killed two weeks ago.

General SA companies optimistic about Africa Big 7 exhibition in Johannesburg, says dti

The show, at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, will run from Sunday to June 25.

General Woman dies after lift fails in Johannesburg building

Despite every effort by a team of professionals, she unfortunately succumbed to her injuries and was declared dead on the scene.

General City of Joburg identifies new housing opportunities to increase backlog turnaround

Abandoned factories would be expropriated within the existing legal framework of the Constitution once a proposal to council is tabled in August.

General Agriculture and bio-security a ticking time bomb for KZN, says DA

The party plans to start series of oversight inspections of the Lesotho, eSwatini and Mozambique border to ascertain the risk levels posed by bio-security threats from outside the country.

General SA corporate execs ‘biggest culprits of economic crimes on earth’

Occasionally, as in the cases of Steinhoff and the VBS Bank saga, the malfeasance was so extreme that the entities collapsed.

General President Ramaphosa appoints CLR rights commissioners

‘As such, the commission’s role should be not to control, but to enable and enhance believers’ exercising of their religious rights,’ says an executive director.

General IN PICS & VIDEO: Red Ants evict Hillbrow distraught residents

Tenants of the Matroosberg building say that they did not receive eviction notices, but police insist that protocol was followed.

General R2K calls for urgent intervention to avoid SABC ‘blackout’

If the screens ‘go dark’, it would be ‘a violation of the rights of citizens to communicate as they would be deprived of their right of access to information’.




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