#RIPKhensani: Rhodes University urges students to report rape: The university says its concerned about students, saying the perpetrators continue to walk around on campus and nothing is being done.
Warm & windy weather drastically slow down CT dam recovery: City of CT’s Jean Marie De Waal says rainfall is difficult to predict and that Cape Town should carry forward its amazing water-saving efforts to build a buffer for the summer months ahead.
Cope campaigns for bill aimed at protecting terminal patients’ rights: Cope MP Deidre Carter says the draft legislation does not deal with the question of active euthanasia or assisted dying.
KZN family attack: 4 dead, 1 injured: It’s understood the suspects opened fire on three of the victims on Saturday while they were driving around the area.
MyCiti buses in Khayelitsha to remain suspended after arson attack: At least three busses were torched earlier on Monday.
De Lille wants to spend remaining time in office on housing solutions: With less than three months to go before Patricia de Lille hands over the mayoral chain, she says she won’t be taking her foot off the pedal.
EC Education concluding probe into contaminated water at school: Last week, about 100 pupils St Matthews Senior Secondary were admitted to hospital after they developed stomach aches after drinking water at the school.
Fire truck arrived at Claremont shack blaze without water – residents: More than 250 people are now displaced after a blaze destroyed over 50 shacks at Claremont West informal settlement.
81 experts deployed to distressed municipalities: Of the 81 experts in the technical support team, 36 are civil engineers, 14 electrical engineers and 16 are town and regional planners.
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