[LISTEN] A day in the life of a cash-in-transit guard: Talk Radio 702’s Azania Mosaka speaks to a former cash-in-transit guard Simon Selala.
Has Gupta-linked Optimum paid workers?: The mine says salaries are up to date while workers say they have only been given 50% of their wages, accusing business rescue practitioners of not being honest.
10-year-old Tshego Hatang to Trek 4 Mandela: The Kilimanjaro Centenary Climb will celebrate Former South African President Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday by sending two summit groups – the youngest member being only 10 years old.
500 homes affected by heavy rain in CT: The SA Weather Service has issued warnings of stormy conditions across the Cape over the next two days.
Sibanye to offer help to families of 5 dead miners: The body of the 5th miner was recovered on Thursday morning after the men went down into a disused shaft on Monday.
‘Mentally unstable’ Somali national behind Malmesbury mosque attack: The Somali community board’s chairperson Amir Sheikh says the attacker was an informal trader in Bellville.
[WATCH] ‘Municipalities must prioritise housing allocation’: Human Settlements MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela says municipalities are not always allocating housing in line with the database.
Metrorail: Adverse weather conditions affect Cape rail service: Operators have reported poor visibility and erratic telecommunications, extending journey times by at least an hour.
Probe underway after sexual act of CT teacher & pupil surfaces: The Mossel Bay teacher is under investigation after a photo of him and the 16-year-old learner appeared on social media.
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