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Scopa says it'll summon top officials from the Department of Water and Sanitation to testify on the current crisis ravaging the department.
The duo is expected to replace Ace Magashule and David Mabuza who are now serving as secretary-general of the ANC and deputy president respectively.
The service is embarking on a mass blood drive on 21 March in order to sign up first-time donors.
Police says they're investigating after a senior officer is accused of sexually assaulting two pupils at a Soweto school. 
The Democratic Alliance raised concerns about the pace of attempts to find the remaining missing former Life Esidimeni patients.
Police arrested 28 suspects linked to building hijacks in southern Johannesburg.
A Home Affairs official was caught on video stamping a passport twice while being distracted by her phone.
Numsa said it supports the working class of Palestine as they struggle for equality and justice.
Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources are expected to discuss the terms of reference of a state capture inquiry.
Mpumalanga officials said three suspects have been arrested for allegedly kidnapping two Mpumalanga children.
In a statement, Metrorail said there has been more than 10 attacks in a space of less than a week
The water crisis has already ravaged a number of areas in the Western and Eastern Cape, forcing residents to limit water consumption.
More controversy at a Soweto school where dozens of young children are preparing to give testimony in a sexual assault trial.
The Commission probing political killings in KwaZulu-Natal draws to a close.
'I will ensure that from time to time I come to this hospital to see for myself whether the conditions are improving based on the interventions we will come up with.'
The DA leader insists that the former president must personally pay back the money.
Former SAA board chair Dudu Myeni has twice failed to appear before the inquiry into state-owned enterprises and has not submitted a sick note.
His vehicle was found lying on its roof on the side of the road and his body trapped inside.
One of the inmates is serving a 12-year sentence for attempted murder, whilst the rest were sentenced for petty crimes.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba is appearing before Parliament to answer questions on his involvement in governance at state-owned enterprises.
Finance MEC Rob Tooley has accused Masondo - his predecessor - and EFF leader Julius Malema of bankrupting the province.
A transport union says the situation has worsened since the Railway Safety Regulator allowed Prasa to operate trains with manual authorisation.
Despite the many new voter registrations at the weekend, Gauteng had the lowest overall registration at 67.3 percent.
Gigaba was answering questions in Parliament on governance issues at Eskom. would like to send you push notifications.
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