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The SA Human Rights Commission will investigate why Tongaat and surrounds still do not have fresh water 24 days after the devastating floods in April.

A Zimbabwean PhD candidate, who could not register for the academic year at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) because his study permit had expired, killed himself last weekend.

The 87 men arrested after a bloody battle between alleged illegal miners and police and private security guards in October 2021 have appeared in court again.

The Eastern Cape government is helping farmers who are under siege from swarms of locusts that are devastating their crops.

President Cyril Ramaphosa bemoaned the poor state of labour relations at some mining companies in the country just days after striking Sibanye Stillwater gold miners stormed the stage where he was speaking in the city of Rustenburg.

Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula has reassured the aviation sector that measures are being implemented to ensure adequate jet fuel supply at OR Tambo.

The Competition Tribunal has fined companies in the Esor group R15.7 million for price-fixing, market allocation and collusive bidding - while in a construction cartel that was active from the 1970s to at least 2015.

Conditions will be fine and cool on Saturday with scattered and isolated showers in some parts of the country, according to the South African Weather Service.

A North West mother accused of murdering her one-year-old baby has been granted bail.

The Constitutional Court has unanimously dismissed Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s last-ditch bid to rescind its judgment endorsing the rules governing a long-awaited inquiry into her fitness to hold office.

Large parts of Komani in Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality are without electricity after suspected saboteurs allegedly blew up a big substation.

Concerned Diepkloof residents gathered outside Mr Price at Diepkloof Square demanding management beef up security following the robbery and rape of an employee.

Western Cape Local Government MEC Anton Bredell has urgently intervened in the Kannaland Municipality following calls from councillors.

Eskom will implement stage 2 load shedding from late afternoon on Tuesday, it announced.

Schools in the wartorn region of Tigray in northern Ethiopia have been turned into prisons for parents who refuse to conscript their children into the Tigray People's Liberation Front or donate their food, cattle and money, the BBC reports.

The Constitutional Court has unanimously dismissed Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s last-ditch bid to rescind its judgment endorsing the rules governing a long-awaited inquiry into her fitness to hold office.

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