He says the City of Cape Town has abandoned almost 6,000 commuters from Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain
Through correspondence with the mayor, he says the families have proved their accounts are fully paid.
The wave of judicial reviews of the public protector’s reports given by courts in setting aside her reports was alarming, Corruption Watch said.
Brigadier Phumla Mdlankomo noted the plight of the family when she was doing work in the Mooiplaas area. 
It asks all stakeholders to urgently intervene; otherwise, more and more companies would have to face retrenchments.
Executive mayor Mongameli Bobani said the additional fleet would improve turnaround time for teams responding to complaints.

Mashaba threatens to take Eskom to Nersa over Johannesburg power cuts

The power utility has said it would not restore power to areas where supply was disrupted due to illegal connections.

Mark Andrews remembers Bok legend James Small

‘He was a guy that built team spirit and we need characters like him in the game,’ said the former Springbok lock.

Cosatu demands minimum wage hike above inflation

It also wants government to force inspectors to be more proactive in sniffing out cases involving basic conditions of employment violations.

Afrikaans teachers union’s bank statements show ‘dubious’ payments

SAOU members have questioned the credibility of a probe that cleared top brass of wrongdoing, as it was instituted by those implicated in the alleged corruption.

Slain Forest High pupil’s family denies knowledge of armed robbery charge

‘If the prosecutor knew he was facing a charge of robbery, they were supposed to inform us,’ a family spokesperson said.

Outa has a plan to pay e-toll debts: more tax

All collections to date have merely serviced the administration costs, making it the most expensive tolling system in the world.

Stop illegal connections to stop outages, Eskom pleads

Eskom said it had decided not to restore power to areas that have repeated failures due to illegal connections, meter tampering and bypassing.

‘Selfless and ambitious’ black space travel candidate dies

Mandla Maseko’s colleague, Colonel Jacobs, says the nation has lost a great treasure in him.

Port Alfred beach closed after shark attacks surfer

The local surfer, in his early twenties, was transported to hospital in a stable condition. 

Rustenburg Rapid Transport system nears completion

The RRT is expected to ferry 75,000 commuters daily when operating at optimum levels.

SA parliament committee worried about budget size for safety, health in mines

Figures from the mineral resources department show that mine deaths dipped to 81 last year from 90 in 2017.

SA’s maize supply to last until 2020, Agbiz says

According to the Protein Research Foundation, this season’s yields will be 13% smaller than the 2018 crop.

Sanity has eventually prevailed at NPA, Booysen says

After repeated failed attempts to prosecute Booysen, a panel set up by the NPA head found that a proper case had not been made.

Lesotho army horses die of hunger – Bloemfontein SPCA

An inspector says a complaint of animal cruelty has been laid against all those involved.




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