| Hawks arrest 2 men over kidnapping of 13-year-old boy in KZN
Two men who allegedly kidnapped a 13-year-old boy and demanded a million rand in ransom have been arrested by the Hawks in KwaZulu-Natal.

View Article | BREAKING | Further incidents of sabotage at Eskom power stations thwart efforts to halt load shedding
A series of incidents that Eskom suspect to be the work of saboteurs is preventing the utility from returning enough generation units to service to stop load shedding.

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View Article | WATCH | Jackknifed truck causes 13 car pile-up on N1 during Cape Town rush hour traffic
Motorists in Cape Town can expect heavy traffic delays during their morning commute after a multi-vehicle pile-up resulted in the temporary closure of the N1 highway on Friday.

View Article | Gift of the Givers' Imtiaz Sooliman bestowed with lifetime award for 'outstanding humanitarian work'
Founder of humanitarian organisation Gift of the Givers, Imtiaz Sooliman, was given a Lifetime Achiever Award by the Board of Healthcare Funders.

View Article | Cable theft is 'big business': Gauteng municipality accused of failing to protect infrastructure
Two substations were hit on Wednesday night in Vanderbijlpark. The substations are a stone's throw from each other, and were targeted during load shedding.

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View Article | Heavy rain, possibility of floods forecast for KwaZulu-Natal, residents warned to be vigilant
A cold front is expected to pass through KwaZulu-Natal on Friday afternoon, continuing into Saturday evening.

View Article | 'Beyond hopeless': Mkhwebane employing Stalingrad tactics to avoid being impeached, says DA
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane brought an "utterly hopeless rescission application" as part of her "Stalingrad litigation" to prevent Parliament from impeaching her, the DA's counsel advocate Steven Budlender SC told the Western Cape High Court.

View Article | SIU mute on claims that Dedani Mkhize paid back money he scored from Digital Vibes contract
A social media post by soccer club owner and socialite, Shauwn Mkhize, sparked questions about whether Dedani Mkhize had paid back the funds.

View Article | Black working-class communities bearing brunt of electricity crisis - UJ study
Black working-class communities are bearing the burden of the electricity crisis, according to a study University of Johannesburg study.

View Article | Building rented by Eskom in Gqeberha has electricity cut due to non-payment by landlord
Eskom got a taste of its own medicine when the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality cut the electricity supply to the power utility's offices in Gqeberha due to a R600 000 outstanding bill owed by the building's landlord.

View Article | Durban cop accused of being 'getaway driver' during robbery arrested
Five men stormed a business on Field Street in the Durban CBD on Wednesday afternoon and, at gunpoint, took various clothing items to the value of R100 000.

View Article | AfriForum launches 'watershed' court bid to have driving licence card renewals scrapped
AfriForum has filed court papers in the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, in an attempt to have the renewal requirement for driver's licences declared invalid and placed under review.

View Article | Brrrrace yourself! Cold front set to hit Johannesburg this weekend
Johannesburg residents have been cautioned to use heating devices safely as a cold front is set to hit parts of the city this weekend.

View Article | Evaton West police station still not open despite promises
Evaton West residents have raised concerns following the rise of muggings next to a police station that was supposed to be open two years ago.

View Article | Suspected cable thief rescued after getting stuck on a live transformer
A man who jumped over a razor fence, allegedly with the intention to steal copper cables, was trapped and stuck on top of a live 20MVA transformer.

View Article | EFF disrupts Tshwane council sitting, DA to open case over 'violent and aggressive' behaviour
The City of Tshwane's budget presentation was postponed indefinitely following disruptive scenes as EFF councillors threw chairs and tables, and tussled with private security at Thursday's council sitting.

View Article | Your weather: Flood warning for Eastern Cape on Friday
The South African Weather Service has issued an orange level 5 warning for disruptive rain leading to widespread flooding expected over the central coast and interior of the Eastern Cape.

View Article | 'We're dying over driving routes': Five drivers shot dead, seven passengers injured in Joburg taxi wars
Five drivers have been shot dead, and seven passengers injured, in the latest installment of suspected taxi violence in Johannesburg.

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