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WATCH | Eskom’s load-shedding is a Catch-22 dilemma for City Power in Joburg

Shortly before load-shedding is due to start, City Power electrician Patrick Hlungwani leaves his usual daily duties attending to power outages and ...

Load-shedding moves to stage four at 1pm on Saturday

Load-shedding will be increased to stage 4 from 1pm until 10pm on Saturday.

Suspected drug traffickers pick wrong car for a near-collision

Two suspected drug traffickers who almost caused a crash in Pretoria East on Friday quickly discovered they had tangled with the wrong car.

Suspect who allegedly shot undercover metro cop is arrested after negotiations ...

A suspect who allegedly shot an on-duty undercover Joburg metro police officer in Hillbrow has been apprehended after negotiations with his family.

SAPS general to be prosecuted for ‘humiliating’ policewoman in front of recruits

Capt Riana Stander, 53, and other officials were allegedly humiliated in November 2016 when the general visited the police academy in Oudtshoorn and ...

Gauteng minibus taxi driver cuffed for being 'three times over booze limit'

Gauteng traffic police arrested a 36-year-old minibus taxi driver who was allegedly three times over the alcohol limit while behind the wheel in ...

Bail extended for cops accused of rape as court awaits DNA results

A court case in which two North West policemen are charged with raping a 20-year-old woman was postponed on Friday for further investigation and DNA ...

Elvis Nyathi's family disappointed after Diepsloot men accused of beating and ...

The Zimbabwean family is very disappointed that Elvis Nyathi's alleged killers were granted bail, as they perceived SA as a country that recognises ...

Suspects accused of murdering Elvis Nyathi released on bail of R3,000 each

Seven people accused of murdering Zimbabwean national Elvis Nyathi in Diepsloot, Johannesburg, were released on R3,000 bail each on Friday.

Pupils’ poor performance on critical subjects contributes to joblessness, says ...

SA is increasingly becoming an economy that is driven by the tertiary sector but pupils’ poor performance on critical subjects is hindering them from ...