Amandawe Murder Suspect Hands Himself Over to Police

[SAPS] A 25-year-old Amandawe man appeared in the Scottburgh Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, 30 May on a charge of murder. He handed himself over to police at the Umzinto SAPS and was detained at the Scottburgh police station for the murder of Mthokozis…

[SAPS] A 25-year-old Amandawe man appeared in the Scottburgh Magistrates' Court on Tuesday, 30 May on a charge of murder. He handed himself over to police at the Umzinto SAPS and was detained at the Scottburgh police station for the murder of Mthokozisi Mkhize (27). Police recovered an Okapi knife believed to be the murder weapon. The body of the deceased was removed to the Park Rynie State mortuary where a post mortem investigation would be conducted to establish the cause of death.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

MEC Paul Mashatile On Children’s Safety During Child Protection Week

[Govt of SA] On the 1st of June, many countries all over the world will celebrate the International Day for the Protection of Children. The issues concerning and affecting children worldwide, are put under the spotlight

[Govt of SA] On the 1st of June, many countries all over the world will celebrate the International Day for the Protection of Children. The issues concerning and affecting children worldwide, are put under the spotlight

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Briefing On Dispute Between Department, Unions Over Front Offices’ Working Hours

[Govt of SA] Today’s media briefing was convened to provide more information on the working hours’ dispute between the Department of Home Affairs and the Public Servants Association (PSA) and other unions. We have also noted media reports claiming the …

[Govt of SA] Today's media briefing was convened to provide more information on the working hours' dispute between the Department of Home Affairs and the Public Servants Association (PSA) and other unions. We have also noted media reports claiming the PSA is bent on using the upcoming conciliation as a platform for leveraging industrial action.

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Public Enterprises to Work With Eskom Board

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown says she will continue to work with the Eskom Board to ensure the power parastatal’s sustainability is maintained.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown says she will continue to work with the Eskom Board to ensure the power parastatal's sustainability is maintained.

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Great Kei Local Municipality to Be Probed

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Eastern Cape Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) MEC, Fikile Xasa, has encouraged residents living in the Great Kei Local Municipality to come forward with evidence of wrongdoing to back up their allegations.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Eastern Cape Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) MEC, Fikile Xasa, has encouraged residents living in the Great Kei Local Municipality to come forward with evidence of wrongdoing to back up their allegations.

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Eastern Cape Human Settlements On Reallocation of Unoccupied Houses

[Govt of SA] Eastern Cape MEC for Human Settlements Ms Helen Sauls-August has given a go ahead to all municipalities to re-allocate un occupied houses to other qualifying beneficiaries by following de-registration of approved beneficiaries who have not…

[Govt of SA] Eastern Cape MEC for Human Settlements Ms Helen Sauls-August has given a go ahead to all municipalities to re-allocate un occupied houses to other qualifying beneficiaries by following de-registration of approved beneficiaries who have not taken ownership of their completed government subsidy houses. She was speaking at a quarterly session with councillors responsible for human settlements portfolio.

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UN Warns of Mass Displacement in War-Torn CAR

[Al Jazeera] Resurgent fighting between rival militia in Central African Republic has displaced at least 88,000 people in the month of May alone, amid further deterioration of security conditions in the country, the UN Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) has s…

[Al Jazeera] Resurgent fighting between rival militia in Central African Republic has displaced at least 88,000 people in the month of May alone, amid further deterioration of security conditions in the country, the UN Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) has said.

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Chalotte Maxeke Roof Collapse Caused By ‘Negligent’ Rubble Overload – MEC

[News24Wire] The collapse of a roof at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital was caused by “negligent” overloading of rubble, Gauteng Infrastructure MEC Jacob Mamabolo said on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] The collapse of a roof at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital was caused by "negligent" overloading of rubble, Gauteng Infrastructure MEC Jacob Mamabolo said on Wednesday.

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