A member of the public saw what looked like debris from the Caravelle while he was flying his drone. The parts will now be analysed.
As Eugene Marais Hospital did not initially treat the patient, they could not confirm whether she was infected with Covid-19 or not.
Community members are urged not to panic, as the alleged case has yet to be confirmed. 
This after law firm McRobert Attorneys confirmed that the property was earmarked for development, and said the property ‘is not of historic significance’.
The elderly male lion was reportedly hungry and suffered from ailments associated with TB.
The four-year delay was due to differences between the provincial government and the developers that resulted in a tender being withdrawn twice since it was first issued.

Local News WATCH: Firefighters dispatched to contain Table Mountain fire

Dark smoke was visible from the city and, according to eyewitnesses, the wind drove the fire towards Lion’s Head.

Local News Pretoria girl recovering after being struck by lightning

Tessa was outside feeding her guinea pigs when she was struck by lightning on Friday morning.

Local News Murdered Cape Town boy to be laid to rest in Eastern Cape

12-year-old Sibusiso Dakuse’s family received his remains last weekend after pleading with the State in the court case to hand over his body.

Local News 36-hour water shutdown scheduled for Kempton Park next week

Water will be off from 11am on Tuesday until 11pm on Wednesday to repair a bulk waterline.

Local News More than 100 residential complexes in Midrand have defaulted on City Power payments

37,000 accounts are in default with the utility, including 480 large power users, over 10,400 businesses, 104 government departments and 26,600 outstanding residential accounts.

Local News Gauteng residents urged to use water sparingly as Vaal Dam level drops again

The department of water and sanitation believes that the drop indicates that the dam has been on a steady decline for a number of months.

Local News FNB in Newcastle responds to rumours of suspected coronavirus-infected employee

The bank was closed on Wednesday, prompting rumours that an employee was being tested for Covid-19.

Local News Khutsong families won’t budge even though sinkholes may swallow up their homes

They have refused to relocate to an RDP house in the area, saying the house is too small to accommodate them and their assets.

Local News Cape Town’s Bothasig social housing project ‘to be finalised within a year’

Malusi Booi did a site inspection on Wednesday and said he was pleased with the progress of phase two, which was set to deliver 314 houses.

Local News Seizure of assets will hit basic services, warns Emfuleni municipality

The municipality is trying to sign an interest-free re-payment agreement with Eskom, as it is currently struggling with an interest burden of R368 million on its Eskom debt.

Local News Makhura outlines Tshwane administrator’s priorities

While in Hammanskraal, the premier outlined some of the tasks an incoming administrator for Tshwane had to undertake.

Local News ‘Tok-tokkie’ prank in KZN goes horribly wrong

A group of teens were allegedly chased down by four men in a car, threatened at knife and gunpoint, and then verbally assaulted and threatened.

Local News Sisulu urges Sedibeng Water to prioritise the elderly amid QwaQwa water crisis

The minister was briefing the select committee on human settlements, water and sanitation on the interventions by the department at the Maluti-A-Phofung Local Municipality.

Local News Fourways still without water after emergency shutdown

Joburg Water has initiated an emergency shutdown due to a burst pipe on William Nicol Drive, affecting various parts in the Fourways area.



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