Rand Water technicians working to restore water in Alberton
The Klipriviersberg reservoir is at below 20% with the system itself at a critically low level because of the fault.
Load shedding, water restrictions to have impact at polls, says analyst
Political analyst Sithembile Mbete says although these issues come down to municipal and provincial governance, many won't see it that way.
Bemawu: 'Govt to blame for state of SABC'
Last week, Krish Naidoo, Khanyisile Kweyama, John Mattison and Mathatha Tsedu all had their resignations accepted by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Rand Water blames electrical problem for water interruptions
The affected areas include Johannesburg, Tshwane and Ekurhuleni, with residents urged to use water sparingly.
Opposition parties, unions call on govt to intervene at SABC
Cope's Dennis Bloem says all involved need to work together to rectify the situation.
Cope demands Ramaphosa to tell the truth about SABC board members’ resignations
Cope says Ramaphosa must tell the truth and give the real reasons behind the resignation of four SABC board members.
Joburg has enough resources to respond to emergencies, says Community Safety MMC
Johannesburg Community Safety MMC Michael Sun was responding to concerns raised about the city's response time to the Alexandra shack fires on Thursday night.
Lesufi: 'Health Dept to assess pupil who assaulted teacher'
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the grade 7 learner did not receive his medication on the day, which lead to the incident.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng: 'I am going to run and lead SA as president'
The former SABC boss is embroiled in another legal battle with the SIU, which is trying to recover more than R20 million, including money lost through unfair dismissals and appointments during his tenure.
ANC should’ve done more to protect me - Motsoeneng
The former SABC COO was in court to argue against the public broadcaster, which is seeking an interim order to stop its pension fund.
Lesufi visits Krugersdorp school after video of pupil insulting teacher surfaces
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi says the outburst was a result of the boy not taking his medication.
Exams commence at TUT’s Soshanguve campus
Students at the campus spent six weeks at home after management suspended classes at the end of August.
MBOD & Aurum Institute partner to offer medical exams to ex-miners
The examinations are a necessary part of preparing miners’ applications for compensation for diseases incurred whilst on the job.
JPSA warns motorists of bogus ‘advice’ on warrants of arrest
JPSA says warrants of arrest in respect of road traffic infringements have not existed in the cities of Tshwane and Johannesburg since 2008.
Concern over lack of Nsfas funding applications for TVET college studies
The Nsfas application process was meant to close at midnight on Friday but was extended to allow for last minute applications until midnight on Sunday.
Students urged to submit NSFAS funding applications before deadline strikes
Applications were meant to close yesterday at midnight, but the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) announced that the deadline would be extended until midnight tomorrow to allow for late applications.
Eskom implements stage 2 load shedding
Eskom will implement stage 2 from 4pm to 10pm today, as a result of generating units not returning to service as planned and due to an additional loss of a generating unit.
Numsa wins court appeal against dismissal of 17 workers at Transnet
The matter was originally heard in the Labour Court which found in favour of Transnet.