Tomorrow’s news today: Exam irregularities, water crisis and police promotions

Police commissioner Riah Phiyega. Picture: Refilwe Modise

Police commissioner Riah Phiyega. Picture: Refilwe Modise

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Crocodiles vs clean water

The residents of five rural villages in Limpopo had to turn to the High Court in Pretoria for the second time in an attempt to get access to clean drinking water. Residents have braved crocodile attacks, and for women, sexual assault, given the long and precarious distances they have had to walk to draw water from nearby rivers and dams. Get a copy of The Citizen tomorrow for the full story.

Exam irregularities

South African schools regarded as high risk in irregularities during exams will be closely monitored by well-trained chief invigilators during the sitting of 2015 Senior certificate examinations, said Umalusi CEO Dr Mafu Rakometsi. Read the full story in tomorrow’s paper of The Citizen.

Police promotions

The team of investigators who secured Radovan Krejcir’s attempted murder and kidnapping conviction will be among 14 000 police officers to be promoted over the next two years. SAPS National police commissioner Riah Phiyega today announced mass promotions for constables and sergeants, as well as pay progressions for the men and women in blue and those employed under the Public Service Act. Read all about it in The Citizen newspaper tomorrow.



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