No load shedding this winter, Eskom tells Parly committee: The power utility is appearing before Parliament’s Standing Committee on Appropriations which is interrogating a R23 billion injection from the Treasury in 2015 and 2016.
‘Water for all or the city must fall’: The Water Crisis Coalition on Wednesday marched to the City of Cape Town and Parliament to oppose high water tariffs and what it calls the privatisation of water.
Mokonyane: Govt to step in and deal with North West crisis: Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says Cabinet has decided to invoke Section 100 (1) (b) of the Constitution.
Semenya’s athletics career at risk after IAAF introduces new testosterone laws: The new law will apply to athletes that compete in events from 400m to the mile, including 400m, hurdles races, 800m, 1,500m, one-mile races and combined events over the same distances.
[WATCH] Thousands of workers join Saftu march against minimum wage: Striking South African Federation of Trade Unions members marched through streets of Johannesburg CBD against the proposed minimum wage.
Sandile Mantsoe murder trial: State to address Karabo Mokoena’s alleged suicide: Two witnesses on Wednesday disputed Mantsoe’s claims that he found Mokoena on the floor of his Sandton apartment, next to a box of tablets.
Icasa set to deliver ruling on data costs: This comes after concerns over the high cost of data in South African, in addition to the issue of the expiry of data bundles.
SANDF corporal arrested for robbery awaiting trial for attempted murder: While the SANDF has condemned Corporal Jacob Marakalla’s behaviour and initiated the process to have him discharged, it has not explained why he remained on duty while being criminally prosecuted.
Gauteng ANC outraged by ‘hanging’ threat against Education MEC Lesufi: This comes after an effigy of Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi was paraded in the capital this week, apparently due to his work towards equalising education and amending language policy in schools.
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