Eastern Cape police are investigating where the explosives came from and why and how they ended up in the dam.
The City is still within its daily allocation of 650 million litres per day, and this is still way down from the 1.2 billion litres used per day in 2015.
Efforts have been underway since early on Monday morning by the Midrand SPCA to rescue the puppy.
This has plagued Osizweni and Aviary Hill residents for some time now, as burst pipes are continually reported.
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While searching for the missing child, firefighters found the charred remains of a 27-year-old man.

Woman killed by hippo in Limpopo

While the MEC admits the incident was unfortunate, he has called on residents to be vigilant and refrain from approaching stray wild animals when spotted.

Prepaid electricity meters in Mpumalanga not certified by SABS

For the past couple of months, residents have complained about units disappearing, an increase in electrical usage, and faulty meters not taking bought tokens.

Friends find body of man in pool of Kempton Park guest house

According to the manager of the AfriCaren Inn, friends of the deceased said they were socialising when they last saw him.

Cape Town firefighter strike on back burner until court challenge heard

The City has denied that firefighters work 240 hours per month instead of their contracted 160 hours a month.

Joburg Water urges residents to adhere to water restrictions during maintenance project

Gauteng water users are expected to use water responsibly as no water transfers to the Vaal River System will be possible during the shutdown.

Newcastle granted interim relief from power cuts, with conditions

The municipality must pay a minimum of R30 million per month by the 15th of each month, starting on October 15, to keep the lights on.

Pietermaritzburg choking under thick smoke as fire rages for three days

The city has been enveloped in a blanket of thick smoke rapidly spread throughout the city, even forcing some schools to send learners home.

Demerit system for drivers’ licences not yet in place in KZN

The Aarto bill was recently signed into law by President Cyril Ramaphosa, but has not yet hit KZN.

Mob attack police after being asked to turn music down

Police retreated when angry wedding celebrators started throwing glass bottles at them and attacking them with stones, sticks, and knives in KZN.

FF Plus accuses SAHRC of ‘double standards’ in approach to Etzebeth

The incident allegedly also involved two men being pistol whipped.

Mpumalanga municipality misses deadline to pay Rand Water R111m

The water utility has threatened to throttle the water supply to about 90% if an acceptable payment plan is not presented.

More than 100 RDP houses in Khayalitsha standing unfinished since 2012

Residents have reportedly moved into the houses from their shacks before the houses were finished.

Hole in Kruger Park fence a poacher’s paradise

A piece of missing fence at the south-eastern border of the KNP is contributing to elephants being poached in the Kruger National Park at a shocking rate.

Baragwanath Hospital patient commits suicide in disabled bathroom

The hospital’s spokesperson said the suicide was ‘unexpected’, but that she could have saved herself if she wanted to.




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