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City Power has promised to continue clamping down on illegal connections in its jurisdiction. On Thursday, City Power officials accompanied by their contractors removed more than 50 tons of illegal cables at Slovo Park squatter camp.
Research shows that Covid-19 positive patients on oxygen are often depressed and anxious. Especially patients who are on oxygen therapy. But at Nasrec Field Hospital the staff has weekly debriefing sessions to help them cope.
Bohang, who takes on the role of serial dater Lunga, says that although Lunga's actions are sometimes questionable when it comes to relationships, he has the best of intentions.
The Red Ants evicted scores of people who had illegally invaded government flats in Fleurhof in Johannesburg on Wednesday. They were throwing items like furniture from the buildings.
A few Johannesburg restaurants have seemingly taken matters into their own hands, selling alcohol to customers, even though there is a nationwide ban on the sale of alcohol.
One of South Africa's landmark tourism beacons is to shut its doors, News24 has reliably learnt. The Lord Charles Hotel, a tourism magnet in the Cape Winelands town of Somerset West, was built in 1988.
Traditional healers like Mkhulu Zama Ndebele have had a tough time working under the country's restrictive lockdown regulations, implemented to help curb the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus.
What started out as a cooking challenge among friends, gave rise to an impressive small business built during a nationwide lockdown. This was a dream come true for Kabelo Molepo, founder of Daddy Bae's Kitchen in Johannesburg.
Health workers from the Department of Psychiatry at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital in Soweto did their rendition of the #Jerusalemachallenge.
Police are investigating a case of business robbery after 31 gas cylinders were stolen from a petrol station in Midrand, Johannesburg. No arrests have been made yet police spokesperson Kay Makhubele told News24.
Kayamandi protesters hurled rocks at police on Wednesday as they tried to drive them back into the suburb - preventing them from moving into Stellenbosch. Police are seen in the video retaliating with rubber bullets and flash-bangs.
Tributes have been pouring in for veteran radio star Bob Mabena, who died suddenly, of cardiac arrest, on Monday. He was 51 years old. Colleagues said there was a sombre atmosphere at POWER 98.7 on Tuesday, where he was the breakfast talk show host.
Police have launched a manhunt for six people, who allegedly robbed a jewellery store in Bryanston, and then opened fire as they made their way out of the shopping centre.
Her peers may be ready to retire, but in the bustling township of Sebokeng in the south of Johannesburg, 72-year-old pensioner Aria Letoba shows no signs of slowing down. She started a winery in her backyard, no bigger than an Olympic pool, in 2015.
Seasoned KwaZulu-Natal snake catcher, Nick Evans had to pull out all the stops and tear down a few cupboards to capture a 2.1m female black mamba from an elderly friend's home in Westville, Durbanville.
As law enforcement agencies are under pressure to deal with a litany of corruption accusations, ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule has warned law enforcement agencies not to be caught up in political battles or be used to settle political scores.