Nehawu gives NW task team 24 hours to respond to demands: Nehawu’s Zola Saphetha blames Mahumapelo for the collapse of services in all government departments, not just Health and Social Development.
3 teens drown trying to cross river in Umlazi: The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has sent its condolences to the families of the victims.
Gigaba confident Home Affairs will be ‘fully’ digital in future: South Africa currently has 900 million paper records that have to be processed manually, which is time consuming.
41% of rape cases reported in past 3 years involve children: The Democratic Alliance has released the statistics after receiving a parliamentary reply from the Police Minister.
Fearing for their lives, KZN foreign shop owners close businesses: Despite KZN Premier Willies Mchunu’s intervention, local business owners say they’ve not given an undertaking to allow their foreign counterparts to trade beyond Thursday.
1 in 4 police officers in WC have failed firearms competency test: If SAPS members fail the test they are required to hand in their firearms, which means fewer armed officers are equipped to combat crime.
Municipal debt spiralling out of control: Eskom board chairperson Jabu Mabuza has told Parliament that municipalities owed the power utility R13.8 billion at the end of April.
City of CT says 3 desalination plants will deliver water in May: Mayoral committee member Xanthea Limberg says construction and water quality testing at the plants have been completed.
Malusi Gigaba defends role in Guptas naturalisation: EFF MP Hlengiwe Mkhaliphi accused Minister Malusi Gigaba of lying to Parliament when granting the Guptas South African citizenship.
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