Two suspects accused of inciting public violence during last month’s unrest in the Gauteng province will appear in court Monday morning.
Johannesburg Water says a power failure at its Rand Water purification plant in Vereeniging has affected water supply to the Eikenhof pump station and reservoir.
Joburg Water has warned residents that due to a power failure at Rand Water’s Vereeniging purification plant, water supply to the Eikenhof pump station and reservoir has been affected.
One suspect has been arrested in Alexandra township following a riot at a construction site in Benmore, Sandton, where a security guard was stabbed and his firearm taken.
Gauteng residents should brace themselves for a cold snap from Thursday afternoon.
The Salvation Army has expressed its deep concern at a spike in instances of human trafficking in the country. The NGO says it receives up to a dozen calls every week and 8% of which are related to human trafficking.
Co-chair of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on COVID-19, Professor Koleka Mlisana, says South Africa has recorded more than 8 000 COVID-19 infections in the latest reporting cycle.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says while the third wave of COVID-19 infections may not be as deadly as the first and second waves, it will be more prolonged.
A brigadier and a captain based in Vereeniging, in the Vaal, are accused of raping a woman who had been kidnapped and taken to a brothel.
The number of new COVID-19 cases is increasing at an alarming rate in Emfuleni on the Vaal. Health experts are worried that case numbers are approaching the third-wave threshold.