De Lille appeals to CT communities not to invade land: Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille says the recent spike in land invasions are cause for concern.
26,000 illegal structures removed in CT since January: Over the past few months, protesters have been protesting and erecting illegal structures across the province.
Minerals Council highlights concerns over draft Mining Charter: Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe says the draft is a product of widespread consultation between all sectors.
Malmesbury mosque attack motive yet to be determined: Two worshippers were stabbed to death and two others were wounded last Thursday.
Eskom warns load shedding a last resort as it seeks to stabilise power grid: Eskom’s Dikatso Mothae says rolling blackouts will only be implemented as a last resort when the power system is under severe strain.
Gauteng Health Dept working to fill vacant posts at clinics, hospitals – MEC: Gauteng Health MEC Gwen Ramokgopa says the provincial Health Department will see an injection of doctors and nurses to alleviate the growing pressure at facilities.
Makhura: Politicians need to be obsessed with ethics, clean governance: Gauteng Premier David Makhura also admitted that cleaning out government won’t happen overnight, saying that the country went through a very difficult period in recent years.
Liberty ‘closing security vulnerabilities’ after system hacked: Liberty says specialist teams immediately began investigating the incident and the relevant authorities were also alerted.
Liberty customers have not suffered financial losses due to cyber-attack: CEO: The company had said an external party claimed to have seized data from it and demanded payment.
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