All 19 bombs, which were live, were deactivated by members of the bomb disposal unit.
The journalist says he will continue to ‘reflect’ on his conduct.
Joburg Zoo’s cash cows – and animal activists – aren’t happy
While the elderly elephant Lammie has been in mourning since the death of her partner Kinkel, the two new arrivals – Mopani and Ramadiba – are visibly frustrated.
There were thousands of sad stories with happy endings where her office had intervened, but that good work hasn’t been publicised, she said.
The Boks are through to the 2019 RWC quarter-finals but the Proteas have a mountain to climb to salvage cricket pride in India.
Stats SA will test and review census data collection tools and systems as well as operational methodologies.

‘It’s political persecution’ – Gumede’s supporters rally as she is cleared of bail breach

Gumede and her co-accused are expected back in court in January 2020.

Mbalula calls for peace in Eastern Cape taxi industry

Mbalula also pledged to return to the Eastern Cape to assess progress made in the peace process.

eNCA yet to clear up what the deal with Kanthan Pillay’s appointment is

While an insider is adamant the ZACP leader is now head of news and already making ‘important editorial decisions’, editor-in-chief Jeremy Maggs denies this.

Sandton filling station begins settling its multimillion-rand water bill

The station currently owes the city a whopping R13m.

Man’s body found in Table Mountain ravine near Camps Bay

The WSAR was initially set to assist with recovering the body.

FF Plus accuses SAHRC of ‘double standards’ in approach to Etzebeth

The incident allegedly also involved two men being pistol whipped.

Numsa accuses UJ of ‘rampant exploitation’ of workers

Besides salary disparities, there were also disparities with the medical aid benefits, the workers’ union claims.

Lots of consulting, but still no decision on e-tolls

Lots of consulting, but still no decision on e-tolls

SACP provincial secretary Jacob Mamabolo stresses it is important to have the final decision emanate from the ANC’s alliance partners.

I have evidence of meeting with Malema – Van Loggerenberg

He acknowledged Malema’s earlier denial of all their meetings, saying it would appear the EFF leader’s memory failed him at times.

Railway Safety Regulator is ‘reckless’ for allowing Prasa trains on tracks – transport union

UNTA general secretary Steve Harris says the annual rail safety report should be called the annual derail report.

How an SA bikini model got $16m from Lebanon’s prime minister

And why she’s now suing the SA government for about R1bn more because he isn’t giving her more money.

Support for pilots’ strike at SAA increases

Support for pilots’ strike at SAA increases

Like pilots at the beleaguered airline, Numsa and Sacca also believe the current board is of no value to the entity and has to be replaced.

War on e-tolls rages on with no clear date for scrapping them

Outa says Sanral’s recently released financials show the scrapping of the system is long overdue, while the DA says the ANC has no clear plan.

PICS, VIDEO: Ramaphosa meets with Harry and Meghan

The royal couple are wrapping up their South African tour with a visit to the Presidency in Pretoria.

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