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- January 3, 2019
Twenty-three more Cholera cases have been recorded in Hammanskraal, north of Pretoria in the last 24 hours. This as the City of Tshwane is scrambling to find the source of the disease in the area. The death toll in Hammanskraal stands at 23. The City has now roped in the Council for Scientific and Industrial ResearchREAD MORE
The Constitutional Court has given Parliament two years to amend sections of the Tax Administration Act and the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) saying the law should allow for tax records to be accessed in limited circumstances and in the public interest. The country’s Apex court has reaffirmed the High Court in Pretoria’sREAD MORE
Broadcaster, political analyst and journalist, Eusebius McKaiser has passed away. He was 45-years-old. McKaiser died after a suspected epileptic seizure. He will be remembered by many as a Radio 702 talk show host. The seasoned broadcaster, also wrote for publications such as the Guardian, the Sunday Times, and Business Day, where he used to haveREAD MORE
Five primary school children have died in Mitchells Plain on the Cape Flats after they were flung from the bakkie in which they were being transported to school. Police say two more children, aged six and 15 were transported to hospital for treatment. Police have registered a case of culpable homicide. It took authorities severalREAD MORE
National Department of Health spokesperson Foster Mohale says reports about two confirmed cases of cholera in the North West province on Tuesday, actually fall under Gauteng statistics. This follows earlier reports confirming that laboratory cases of two males, aged 38 and 68, from the Madibeng and Morelete Local Municipalities. The cholera outbreak, which has causedREAD MORE
University of Johannesburg International Law expert, Professor Hennie Strydom says despite South Africa’s claimed neutral stance on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the country shouldn’t be indifferent to the seriousness of international crimes committed. This as the Democratic Alliance (DA) filed papers at the High Court in Pretoria seeking a declaratory order for government to arrestREAD MORE