Autopsy to be done to find out Diane Nelson’s cause of death: Hundreds of people, many of them Nelson’s patients, have taken to the Pink Ladies organisation’s Facebook page expressing shock and horror at her death.
Last day for land expropriation sessions in Limpopo: Public hearings have already taken place in other parts of the province as well as the Northern Cape this week.
Cops urge gun owners to be careful after father accidentally shoots son in EC: Earlier this week, a one year old child was accidentally shot by her foster father on a farm in Paterson, while he was getting ready for shooting practice.
City of Cape Town urges Hyde Park residents to maintain their homes: The residents are demanding the municipality repair their houses that are now falling apart.
WC Health Department to address concerns at Khayelitsha District Hospital: Earlier this year, a parliamentary committee visited the facility following a complaint accusing the hospital of negligence.
CWU seeking legal options on closure of ‘Afro Voice’: The union says it’s unacceptable that the employees were not consulted on this move.
Thembisile Yende’s family says Eskom is lying about her killer: The family of Thembisile Yende has accused Eskom of being lax and knowing the culprits behind her murder.
Jonas Makwakwa wants to clear his name at Sars inquiry: Makwakwa says former Sars executives – who testified – this week lied under oath.
Nathi Mthethwa vows to continue name changes of towns contravening Constitution: Mthethwa says the renaming of Grahamstown follows 20 years of discussions from members of the public, academics and politicians.
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