| War room set up as Sisulu tasks Amatola Water Board to save Eastern Cape from drought
Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has commissioned the Amatola Water Board to lead the drought intervention plan in the Eastern Cape, the board has said.

View Article | Man arrested for allegedly raping two young girls on Valentine's Day
A man is expected to appear in court for allegedly raping two girls on Valentine's Day, Eastern Cape police have said.

View Article | Man jailed for 20 years for raping partially blind 90-year-old woman
A man was handed 20 years in jail on Monday after pleading guilty to raping a 90-year-old partially blind woman in Bloemfontein, the National Prosecuting Authority said.

View Article | George plane crash: Mbalula gives go ahead for independent inquiry
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has directed that an independent inquiry be undertaken into a plane crash that claimed the lives of three employees of the South African Civil Aviation Authority's flight inspection unit.

View Article | Tuesday's weather: Another hot day for the Northern, Western Cape
Extremely hot conditions are expected over parts of the Northern and Western Cape on Tuesday, according to the South African Weather Service.

View Article | Eight things Premier David Makhura must address ahead of Gauteng's SOPA, according to DA
The DA gives Gauteng Premier David Makhura a list of eight issues to address ahead of his State of the Province Address. One is to secure his own source of energy to mitigate against load shedding.

View Article | Judgment soon in bail application of woman accused of mum's murder for R80K
A 39-year-old woman is set to soon find out whether she gets bail for allegedly plotting to murder her mother for an R80 000 life insurance payout.

View Article | One more year for Zondo commission and no more extensions - High Court
Judge Wendy Hughes of the Gauteng High Court, sitting in Pretoria, granted the commission its final extension on Monday, citing that "further extensions would not be warranted".

View Article | R1 000 bail for farmer accused of shooting teen 'for stealing maize meal'
A 21-year-old Free State farmer gets R1 000 bail for allegedly trying to kill a teenage boy who he accuses of stealing maize meal.

View Article | EFF condemns 'opportunistic' media coverage of Malema's stayed arrest warrant
The EFF slams reporting on the stayed warrant of arrest for its leader Julius Malema as being "opportunistic", saying his non-appearance in court is part of an agreement with the magistrate and prosecutor.

View Article | Omotoso trial: 'Baby who are you?' - First witness details how she was recruited at a church crusade
The first witness in the re-trial of rape accused televangelist Timothy Omotoso has taken the stand in the Eastern Cape High Court and painted a picture of how she first caught his attention.

View Article | Rameez Patel waits to stand trial for mum's murder after he gets new lawyers
Double murder accused Rameez Patel must wait until next month to stand trial for the alleged murder of his mother in Nirvana, Polokwane.

View Article | Soweto man to appear in court for allegedly beating child, 4, to death with a belt
A 57-year-old Soweto man is set to appear in court for allegedly beating his four-year-old daughter to death with a belt.

View Article | Miner dies at Harmony Gold's Kusasalethu mine
A miner has died at Harmony Gold's Kusasalethu mine, near Carletonville, in a scraper winch incident, the company said on Monday.

View Article | 'Ons gaan nie ons phola hier' - John Moodey as he announces candidacy for DA leader
John Moodey has become the third leader to throw his hat in the ring and he is up against current interim leader John Steenhuisen and former DA Youth leader Mbali Ntuli who is currently a member of the KwaZulu-Natal provincial legislature.

View Article | Centurion parents lay charges after teacher allegedly 'strangles' Grade 6 pupil over 'theft' of water
A Springvale Primary School teacher is alleged to have strangled a Grade 6 pupil after he was accused of stealing a bottle of flavoured water from another pupil

View Article | Zondo commission granted extension until March next year - report
The commission of inquiry into state capture has been granted a final extension to complete its work by March 31, 2021.

View Article | WATCH | Hippo does walkabout through Engen garage in St Lucia
A video of a hippo casually strolling through an Engen petrol station in St Lucia has gone viral.

View Article | Child, 3, abandoned for more than an hour in hot car during Cape Town road race
A case of child endangerment is laid against a caregiver after she leaves a three-year-old child locked in a car in the Cape Town city centre.

View Article | Jacob Zuma will attend opening of KwaZulu-Natal legislature, 'health permitting'
Former president Jacob Zuma will attend the opening of the KwaZulu-Natal legislature if his health allows, Speaker Nontembeko Boyce says.

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