A teacher is reported to be in a critical condition, while 50 students are currently receiving medical treatment.
The card expires after five years and can be reloaded with a maximum amount of R1,500 per single load.
The woman sustained serious bite wounds to her face and body.
In June, the fire brigade responded to 150 formal residential fires in the city.
The Letsopa community library was a state-of-the-art library that included a toy library for kids and a library for the blind estimated at R12 million.
The incident was personally reported by members of the public at around 6.48am this morning (Friday).

Open sewage in Durban poses serious health risk to children

The land upon which the shacks are built is waterlogged and sewage water flows freely.

New private school set to open in Mbombela

Amid overcrowding in the local schools, a brand-new, affordable private school is set to open in the city next year.

50 injured in Olifantsfontein gas explosion

A chemical gas explosion at a business in Olifantsfontein injured 50, but no fatalities have been reported.

City of Joburg official suspended for Alex demolitions

The Red Ant Security Company has been granted conditional permission to trade after being suspended.

Mashaba enters Eskom’s Soweto fray ‘on behalf of paying customers’

He said cutting off electricity amounted to ‘a blanket punishment, and taken to their logical conclusion, are a violation of residents’ rights as well as a gross abuse of power’.

Something stinks about Gauteng’s most expensive toilets

A DA oversight inspection in Tembisa found the toilets at the centre of a R1.9 billion tender scandal severely lacking, and RDP houses unfinished.

Port Alfred beach re-opened after shark attack

A local surfer in his 20s was bitten on the leg by what appeared to be a juvenile white shark at East Beach.

Makhanda’s major dams dry up

Residents were urged to cut water usage to 25 litres per person per day, to a maximum of 100 litres per household.

Over 700 firearms in Ekurhuleni either stolen, missing or unaccounted for, says DA

Only 71% of firearms in the City of Ekurhuleni’s possession can be accounted for, according to a forensic armoury audit.

Vhembe district municipality’s coffers and taps run dry

The beleaguered municipality is unable to deliver services to communities after investing more than R300 million in VBS Mutual Bank.

Angry mob torches home of Ladysmith ‘bitcoin’ scheme owner

The mob gathered outside Mbatha’s parental home in Tsakane where some looted the furniture, and set the house on fire with a BMW parked in the garage.

Dog mauls pedestrian’s genitals in Mpumalanga

The same dog attacked a young woman within minutes after the first victim was taken to hospital

Delayed Centurion taxi rank construction to start soon

More than 15,000 daily commuters are expected to make use of the facility, which is expected to be completed in 2020.

No money to pay investors, KZN ‘bitcoin’ scheme says it was hacked

The allure of easy money had seen hopeful people depositing their money into the scheme, with some investing as much as R100,000 in cash at a time.

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