All employees have been placed in quarantine following confirmation that one employee had come into contact with Covid-19 patients, however, operations at the depot will continue as normal.
The MDB commenced with the ward delimitation public consultation process in February. The process was to conclude in April.
As of March 2020, Eskom had 900,000 registered indigent customers for free basic electricity, but only 700,000 people are collecting their FBE tokens.
Four of the children have been handed over correctly and safely to their homes.
This will be done as part of measures to keep public transport nodes clean and sanitised and to protect commuters from contracting the infectious Covid-19 pandemic.

Local News KZN couple stranded in Slovakia due to Covid-19 lockdown

It has been eight weeks now and they are hoping that Emirates will resume flights from Bratislava soon.

Local News SA conservation biologist wins 2020 Whitley Award worth R900K

Dr Jeanne Tarrant, known locally as the ‘Frog Lady’, works for the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) where she manages the Threatened Amphibian Programme.

Local News Ballito residents divided over promenade closure

KwaDukuza municipality spokesperson Sipho Mkhize says reopening the Ballito promenade is not a discussion they are currently having.

Local News Man electrocuted while trying to illegally operate Eskom transformer

Eskom expressed concern about the increase in the vandalism, theft and illegal operations on its electricity infrastructure in residential areas.

Local News Couple dies a day apart from Covid-19

It is still a mystery how the family got infected as they had reportedly taken precautions.

Local News City of Joburg to offer relief to ratepayers during Covid lockdown

The city’s existing relief programme reportedly already offers rebates on all municipal account services that include property rates, water, electricity and refuse removal. 

Local News Cape Town surfers want to go #BackIntoTheWater during lockdown

A small number of people took up position on the walkway alongside Muizenberg’s famous beach at Surfer’s Corner.

Local News Homemade beer suspected to have killed Northern Cape couple

An inquest docket has been opened to confirm the cause of their death. 

Local News WATCH: 2.4m black mamba found in truck engine

Video footage of the rescue shows snake catcher Nick Evans gripping the venomous snake with his tongs, before expertly removing it from the truck.

Local News Sassa resolves grant payment glitch as post office unveils first cashless grant ATM

Funds will now be released to beneficiaries’ accounts and can even be accessed from 5 May going forward.

Local News Small-scale and interim relief fishers in all provinces to receive food parcels

Even though fishing was declared an essential service, the closure of domestic restaurants has hit small scale fishers hard and many struggle to find a market for their catch.

Covid-19 Business booms for wheelbarrows and vehicle owners in Olivenhoutbosch

As thousands of residents queued for food parcels, they used this opportunity to charge people to transport their food parcels home.

Covid-19 Table Mountain National Park a no-go zone for Level 4 exercise

Access to roads leading to mountain’s national park have been closed following an influx of Capetonians taking advantage of Level 4 lockdown regulations allowing them to exercise.

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