| Heritage Trust Fund: 'I'm left high and dry' - Tokyo Sexwale
Tokyo Sexwale spoke on Thursday afternoon at the upmarket Riboville Boutique Hotel and Restaurant in the Waterfall Equestrian Estate, near Midrand.

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View Article | Cuban engineers to transfer water, sanitation skills that SA engineers do not have - Sisulu
Cuban engineers have been imported to transfer skills and knowledge around water and sanitation because South African engineers do not have the necessary specialities in particular areas.

View Article | WATCH | SA Weather Service explains dramatic storm in East London
The storm that hit East London and surrounding areas and left many trembling with fear on Wednesday evening due to excessive lightning and thunder was a multi-cell cluster storm.

View Article | Cogta spokesperson asked to explain himself following 'unfortunate' tweet over murdered gay men
The spokesperson for the Gauteng Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta), Castro Ngobese, has been requested to write a formal letter explaining his tweet on the LGBTQI+ community.

View Article | City of Cape Town strikes deal with Woodstock Hospital occupiers
The City of Cape Town has reached a mutual agreement with the occupiers of the defunct Woodstock Hospital.

View Article | Jacob Zuma: 'Some members may be corrupt, but not the ANC itself'
Former president Jacob Zuma on Thursday criticised President Cyril Ramaphosa's letter to the ANC, in which he called the party corrupt.

View Article | City of Cape Town concerned about ongoing cemetery vandalism
Klip Road, Khayelitsha, Kuils River and Durbanville cemeteries appear to be the hardest hit - not only by vandalism, but also illegal occupation and unlawful dumping.

View Article | GOOD demands that Alan Winde take action against Madikizela over Public Protector findings
Pressure is mounting on Western Cape Premier Alan Winde to take immediate action against suspended Transport and Public Works MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela.

View Article | Parties split about whether local government elections should be postponed
About half of the 14 parties on the Electoral Commission of South Africa's (IEC) participatory panel want to the local government elections to be postponed.

View Article | Will Supra Mahumapelo still get a salary from Parliament given his suspension from the ANC?
Now that former premier Supra Mahumapelo has been temporarily suspended from the ANC, it is up to Luthuli House to decide whether he will still get a salary from Parliament.

View Article | Tshegofatso Pule's WhatsApp messages reveal how ex-lover 'forced' her to abort their first child
Extensive evidence compiled by the police has revealed that Ntuthuko Shoba was the alleged mastermind behind Tshegofatso Pule's murder.

View Article | WSU student to spend week in jail after allegedly petrol bombing police Nyala, assaulting officers
The Walter Sisulu University student arrested for allegedly assaulting police officers and burning state property during a violent student protest in Mthatha, will spend more than a week in jail.

View Article | Teen arrested for the murder of Lonwabo Jack appears in court
The 17-year-old suspect who was arrested in connection with the murder of Lonwabo Jack has made his first appearance at the Athlone Magistrate's Court.

View Article | Rhodes University to honour Maths and Science TV teacher William Smith
Rhodes University will honour renowned Maths and Science television teacher William Smith on its 72nd graduation ceremony on 28 April 2021

View Article | First 'physical' Cabinet meeting zooms in on bullying, hate crimes, fires and Mozambique
Bullying, hate crimes, the recent fires in Cape Town and Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital, and Mozambique's situation are some of the issues Cabinet discussed on Wednesday at its first physical meeting since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

View Article | WATCH | Heroic rescue dog honoured by Boksburg SPCA
The Boksburg SPCA has honoured Jessie, a Johannesburg dog, for her bravery and compassion.

View Article | No choice of vaccine during mass programme, says Western Cape govt
There will be no choice of vaccine at the vaccination sites.

View Article | Couple believed to be parents of abandoned baby - found at Cape Town bus station - arrested
Western Cape police have arrested a man and a woman believed to be the parents of the three-month-old baby found abandoned at a bus station in Montague Gardens, Milnerton.

View Article | More than 60% of targets in govt's R1.6bn GBV response plan not reached, commission finds
More than 60% of the targets set out in the government's Emergency Response Action Plan (ERAP) on gender-based violence and femicide were not achieved.

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