The old Post Office was left to decay and house unwanted criminals, who regularly rob passing domestic workers and pupils of cell phones and purses.
Photos of a beaming Shaun were shared on social media just hours before his death, where he can be seen laughing and having a good time.
A case of reckless and negligent driving has been opened at Phalaborwa SAPS and investigations are underway, but no arrests have been made.
This comes after a video showing a female learner punching a male learner, allegedly at a Randfontein school, went viral on social media.
The trade union says the ANC’s political zigzagging and policy flip-flopping on e-tolls is the reason why the governing party has lost votes in Gauteng.
South Africa’s current drought and Buchan’s roundabout explanation of forgiveness were used to elaborate on the pastor’s racist remarks.

Durban North M4 to remain closed after being partially washed away

Police estimate that it could take a few weeks before motorists can use the road again.

Pregnant green mamba found in KZN home

Snake experts in KwaZulu-Natal have their hands full as the elusive reptiles continue to nest and settle in Shallcross residents’ homes.

Durban mould plagues allergy sufferers as spore count reaches record high

High levels of Alternaria, Cladosporium, and Epicoccum fungal spores have been found in the atmosphere of the city.

Baboon roaming northern Joburg captured at Sandton hotel

The baboon was caught at the Capital on the Park Hotel in Sandton on Monday, after residents had been reporting sightings of the baboon since Saturday.

City of Tshwane hopes to restore bus services by Tuesday afternoon

Senkubunge added commuters would be kept abreast of any developments ‘in due course’.

Search for missing Herolds Bay girl called off

‘She is still missing,’ said Captain Malcom Pojie of six-year-old Cuzette Scheepers.

Search for missing KZN toddler during storm ends in tragedy

The child, three months shy of two years old, had gone missing earlier on Sunday morning in Sundumbili.

Two survive light aircraft crash in Springs

Two people sustained serious injuries when their light aircraft crashed near the Springs Airfield on Monday morning.

Five injured after giraffe hit by taxi falls onto tourist vehicle in Kruger Park

The taxi driver could not avoid the giraffe which was crossing the road and struck the animal, killing it on impact.

Agriculture association offers boxed donations to struggling Karoo farmers

News of the Cape Women’s Agriculture Association’s idea spread like wildfire and erupted into something bigger than they expected.

Townships organise own private security to do cops’ work

Musina police station commander Colonel Mmboneni Simon Mukwevho said crime has been reduced by the neighbourhood patrol.

Man killed in Cape Town fire, building in eco village destroyed in another

Another man was pulled to safety earlier and taken to hospital for treatment for injuries sustained in the blaze in the Mitchells Plain area.

Kidnapped KZN businesswoman’s family requests time, space for healing

Although she was reportedly unharmed, there have been unconfirmed reports that Sandra Moonsamy was found chained in a house in Gauteng and is undergoing medical treatment.

LIVE: Ramaphosa officially launches Mpumalanga’s first high court

Previously, residents had to travel to the Pretoria High Court for all serious criminal offences and civil claims above the jurisdiction of the magistrate’s courts in the province.

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