Emotional scenes play out at PTA #TotalShutDown march: Thousands of women have marched through the streets of the capital to the Union Buildings where they’re expected to hand over a memorandum demands.
‘We are trying to return land to those who were dispossessed’: The ANC held a two-day lekgotla where it decided that it would move to have the Constitution amended to allow for expropriation of land without compensation.
‘Prasa could face up to R5m penalty as trains operating illegally today’: The Railway Safety Regulator says its previous safety permit, which came with special conditions, expired at midnight.
CTE running out of skin to treat burn victims: The Organ Donor Foundation says 4,300 patients are awaiting lifesaving organs.
Gunmen strike convoy with Mali election materials, 12 killed in shootout: Mali’s presidential election has been beset by attacks at the hands of suspected Islamist militants and allied ethnic militia.
Concerns over impact of proposed Tobacco Bill on informal traders: The South African Informal Traders Alliance toured the Khayelitsha Taxi Rank on Wednesday to show the potential impact of the provisions on informal township trade.
Over 30 arrested in WC as Metrorail cracks down on crime: Metrorail says the arrests were made for various offences, including attempted robbery, cable theft and malicious damage to property.
Hundreds of women in CT take stand against gender-based violence: Marchers will hand over a memorandum with a list of 24 demands which include the provision of more safe homes for abused women and children.
Maimane seeks urgent sitting of Parliament after Ramaphosa land announcement: The ANC President announced that the governing party will push for the Constitution to be changed to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation.
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