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Multi-disciplinary team to work with Reiger park community

Gauteng Premier David Makhura, together with a multi-disciplinary team, will work with the Reiger Park community to deal with various issues plaguing the area in the East Rand.

ANN7 mum on reporter's tweet

African News Network 7 (ANN7) would not answer questions on Monday about a tweet posted by one of its reporters that she was escorted from the company's premises.

System constrained for foreseeable future: Eskom

The power system is expected to be very tight over the evening peaks of the next few days, Eskom said on Monday.

A 'tornado' reported in Protea Glen

Roofs were damaged in Protea Glen, Soweto, on Monday afternoon during a strong storm, Gauteng police said.

Civil society must fight corruption: Madonsela

More action was needed from civil society to fight corruption, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's office said on Monday.

Stander case postponed

The trial of the minibus taxi driver who allegedly knocked over and killed mountain biker Burry Stander was postponed on Monday.

Parliament's peace deal falls apart

A peace deal brokered by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and opposition parties fell apart on Monday.

Addicts milk SA Inc

Companies bleed as staff rip them off to finance habit.

Nkandla: The hole picture

The holes in the fence that surrounds Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead appear to be in the process of being patched up but the breach has some wondering just how much security R246-million actually procured.

Eskom blight hits Xmas

Uncertainty about the power supply and the prospect of blackouts could rob retailers of their seasonal cheer this Christmas.

Land claims in shambles

Frustration, anguish and disempowerment have seeped into communities who are battling government bureaucracy for ownership of land.

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Champion Hamilton ready for new title fight

Two-time world champion Lewis Hamilton said Monday he is determined to keep winning Formula One titles with Mercedes after his triumph in Abu Dhabi.

Five things that have gone wrong for Arsenal

Arsenal's 2-1 defeat by Manchester United at the weekend left them 15 points below Premier League leaders Chelsea after their worst start to a season for 32 years.

Arsenal sub Podolski again vents frustration

Arsenal's Germany forward Lukas Podolski has repeated his frustrations at being kept on the Gunners' bench, heightening speculation he may leave in January's transfer window.

Man City determined to do better: Demichelis

Manchester City centre-back Martin Demichelis said on Monday that his side will be motivated by previous Champions League disappointments when they tackle his former club Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

Springbok centurions set for a T20 match with Proteas

National captain Jean de Villiers and vice-captain Victor Matfield have both been included in a star-studded Springbok T20 cricket team to face off against the Proteas in the Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup T20 match in Johannesburg on December 5.

System failed slain toddler

Toddler Jamie Faith Naidoo could have lived the life of a pampered grandchild - instead she died a brutal death after a court awarded custody of her to her maternal grandmother.

Fear in US city as jury ponders

A grand jury was expected to resume its deliberations yesterday on whether to charge a white policeman who shot and killed a black teenager, triggering months of demonstrations and setting the Missouri city of St Louis on edge.

Parliament floored

A second attempt to get an increasingly dysfunctional parliament back on track collapsed yesterday when opposition parties walked out of a meeting with Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Watch: Truck jumps over Formula One car in world record stunt

Watch a daring stunt created as an advertisement by EMC technology and the Lotus Formula 1 team, where a 16-tonne truck driving at 112km/h jumps over a F1 vehicle, performing what ends up being a the longest truck jump in history: 25.4 metres.

Cookbook of the Year 2014

Defy launches R120m fridge production line in East London

Company has invested R500m in expanding factories in SA over last three years

Power system constrained, says Eskom

Power system expected to be very tight over the evening peaks of the next few days, power utility warns, but risk of load-shedding for Monday and Tuesday is medium to low

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