‘We are afraid of speaking because we may be targeted by the gang members,’ a parent who wanted to remain anonymous said.
The 2019 Mr NWU was crowned at the Mafikeng campus.
The community of Ivory Park and surrounding areas are urged to collaborate to ensure supply is restored and paid for.
The Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife spokesperson confirmed that five lions had broken out through a hole in a fence, but three have since been recaptured.
The scale of damage is unconfirmed, however, there are no reported injuries or fatalities.
The municipality allegedly paid another dealership for the services instead of the one with which the municipality had a service level agreement.

WATCH: Air Force Base Swartkop hangar gutted by fire

The footage shows the hangar covered in smoke as emergency services attend to the blaze.

City of Johannesburg spends R131m on upgrading substation

The substation is among 11 major substation upgrades City Power was currently working on, mayor Herman Mashaba said.

Teacher accused of bullying Grade 3 learner for forgetting book at home

The teacher was asked to leave the school’s premises after the young girl’s mother reported the incident to the school’s principal.

Emalahleni municipality’s Eskom debt balloons to R2.9bn

This includes R192 million owed to the national department of water and sanitation.

Joburg residents don’t pay more for electricity – City Power

The fixed charges ‘ensured that the entity was able to recover necessary revenue to cover the cost incurred in ensuring availability of electricity supply’.

Two fishermen rescued near Pringle Bay

Their boat washed aground on some rocks and the two men were helped to safety.

Gauteng MEC urges 133 Winnie Mandela residents to only use courts as last resort

In 2017, the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg ordered the municipality to build new houses for the 133 residents by December 31, 2018,

Parts of Pretoria CBD still in the dark

Technicians have reported a recurring trip each time power is switched back on, but has found the cause of the problem.

Mkhwebane to fast-track housing for Roodepoort tent dwellers

Residents have been living in dire conditions in brown tents in Wilgespruit for the past three years after they were evicted by the Red Ants.

SANDF to probe video of soldier allegedly punching man during Cape Flats op

Noor Mitchell, 28, told IOL that after being allegedly punched, the soldier said ‘hey voetsek’ and made him take his possessions out of the vehicle.

Kempton Park Hospital mystery deepens as R12.8m investigation proves it can still be used

The hospital was opened in 1978, and with maintenance, had an expected lifespan of 100 years.

Western Cape dams more than 61% full – the best in 4 years

But it doesn’t mean that it’s safe to take a deep bath as residents across the province have been urged to continue using water sparingly.

Missing Cape Town horse rider’s car spotted, family appeals for help

Concerned friends, families and even strangers have all shared their hopes for her safe return.

Outa once again calls for ‘workable’ e-tolls solution

The organisation estimates that as many as four out of five Gauteng highway users are not paying their e-toll bills.

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