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The agreement will become effective on January 15.
The Railway Safety Regulator also said the train was travelling well below the section speed at 78 km per hour at the time of the accident.
The department say they cannot turn the people away as a result staff has to battle with long queues, 'with people standing in the heat, fuming'.
In a statement, the EFF in Gauteng said it 'apologises unreservedly to all our constituencies and communities' for the 'violence committed against a woman' by one of its members.
MPs met on Wednesday to discuss rules for a possible impeachment.
The ANC NEC is meeting in East London for the first time since election at the December elective conference.
Attorneys representing all appellants and all respondents involved in the suit had requested the postponement, adding settlement negotiations were at an "advanced stage".
The DA Cape Metro executive has recommended that Patricia de Lille be removed as Cape Town mayor.
The Railway Safety Regulator has issued a directive -- with immediate effect -- barring Prasa from manually authorising trains nationwide.
The Rail Safety Agency released a report into the Germiston crash and also discussed the Kroonstad train crash.
The SA Council of Churches calls on the ANC NEC to take action.
ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday morning took selfies with morning joggers.
The UDM says the DA prefers a kangaroo court to remove undesirable members.
The National United Transport Union wants rail authorities prosecuted over the Germiston train accident that left over 200 people injured.
An urgent court application brought by Hoërskool Overvaal reveals that the school has deliberately manipulated its admissions system.
Various quarters welcome the president’s establishment of the state capture inquiry.
Three different services will be held ahead of the poet laureate's funeral on 16 January.
A man with a knife allegedly forced himself on her in front of her young daughter, according to Mpumalanga police.
"There should be no area of corruption and culprit that should be spared the extent of this commission of inquiry," said President Jacob Zuma.
At least one person has died after a blaze ripped through another informal settlement in Cape Town.
President Jacob Zuma has finally announced a commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture.
The family of the farm worker who was shot and killed in Tarlton outside Krugersdorp is demanding justice. A security official is believed to have pulled the trigger.
There is some good news though, with 54 percent of Capetonians now saving water, compared to only 37 percent in early December.
A farmer has appeared in the New Hanover Magistrate’s Court, charged with the murder of a mourner at a funeral, Mothiwa Ngubane. would like to send you push notifications.
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