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No fatalities but 362 people left to rebuild from the ashes
It was a targeted attack, says cyber security firm probing the theft from the magazine’s account
KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Disaster Management teams are currently assisting people affected by heavy rainfall and strong winds that caused widespread destruction over the weekend.
But the people who work at the libraries in Hanover Park and Bellville are determined to continue creating safe spaces for their communities
Mangaung Concerned Community want jobs
Water project for Libode started in 2016
“We’ve been waiting for files for years”
The attack took place just outside a popular safari park. Our deepest condolences to family and friends of the victims…
Living in Samora Machel, Cape Town, you hear gunshots any time of the day
Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services received 2,244 complaints from prisoners appealing their sentences. KZN accounted for nearly half of these.
While plans for temporary relocation of 891 households occupying the Central Line are making progress, thousands of households remain on the railway
Staff are heartbroken. If you live abroad, pls consider helping after the attack and robbery…
City says Potsdam Road bridge is okay but the households will be relocated
Albert Street fire tragedy sparks renewed attempt to evict hundreds of people living in derelict downtown buildings
Wage bill at flagship Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital balloons by R48-million over a year as politicians appoint family members and friends
Springboks and Proteas threatened with national flag ban, after SA falls foul of World Anti-Doping Code
Mop up operations across the Western Cape are still underway after thousands of people and animals were affected during the storm on Sunday 24 September.
The children were sold the muffins, laced with cannabis, at their school gates…
An owner of a fruit and vegetable stall in Philippi says he must pay a gang R500 a month not to rob him
But payments seem to be going more smoothly, at least in some places
The City of Ekurhuleni has cautioned pet owners to be extremely cautious and keep an eye on their domestic animals since they can become prey to snakes.
With millions of chickens of dying due to the virus, the government plans to fast-track the use of vaccines.
More than 200 households affected
Sir Lowry’s Pass flood victims face uncertain future
Our deepest condolences to the boys’ families and friends…
Violent crime remains the top reason so many South Africans sadly move abroad…
Mike Beaton bragged about his exploits to a colleague