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Earlier, Eskom implemented Stage 1 load-shedding.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane found that Zille’s tweets breached the executive member's ethics code and the Constitution.
Sassa spokesperson Paseka Letsatsi said the change is a result of Sassa signing an agreement with the Post Office.
Eskom says there have been incidents involving road blockades, attacks on staff and damage of electricity infrastructure.
Until now the law did not allow for sexual abuse victims to lay criminal charges 20 years or more after the abuse
Disaster risk management said flooding had been reported in several informal settlements, including in Khayelitsha and Masicindane informal settlement in Strandfontein.
The hoax comes a day after the South African Weather Service issued a storm warning, with Cape Town authorities bracing for heavy downpours and the "potential fallout".
There has been a spate of cash-in-transit robberies across the country and this has prompted police to look into these crimes.
Police said that incident showed "elements of extremism" but did not otherwise comment on the motive behind the attack.
There are fears the pickets might result in power cuts in some parts of the country.
NUM said black women are some of the lowest paid at Eskom.
One person was killed last month and two others seriously injured when knife-wielding men attacked a mosque in the north of Durban.
The South African National Civic Organisation called for united action against bullying, ill-discipline and the scourge of sexual violence in schools.
An extensive search for the missing Rachel Saunders (63) has finally yielded results, police said.
The body of a fifth mineworker has been brought to the surface at Sibanye-Stillwater's Kloof shaft in Westonaria.
The Muslim Judicial Council said in a statement that two people have been killed whilst in I'tikaaf and another regular musallee of the Masjied were injured.
Workers are threatening to continue their demonstrations until they're paid.
Rival associations say the AA is not only suppressing prices, but is also not serious about transformation.
The three-year drought hit Cape Town particularly hard, threatening to leave residents of the country's second-largest city without drinking water.
'I should have killed you rather than my Zimbabwean brother,' said 30-year-old Trust Tofa while interrupting the woman who was testifying.
'Police have learned that policing takes place at the grassroots level and that is where crime is also taking place and that’s where police need maximum resources of policing.'
All payments were concluded by June 13, before the deadline of June 19 set by retired deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke who was chairing the arbitration.
Ten municipalities locked in a legal battle with Eskom have told Scopa they're struggling to settle their electricity debt.
Former premier Supra Mahumapelo resigned from the position on May 23.
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