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JOHANNESBURG, 18 JANUARY 2018 – Demonstrators outside Hoerskool Overvaal in Vereeniging have vowed to remain put. They convened outside the school gate on Thursday, toyi-toying, clapping, and whistling.
The Western Cape Province is fast running out of water. As a result, Mayor Patricia de Lille says punitive charges will be implemented for users who exceed 50 litres of water a day.
eNCA's Michael Appel provides an update on the case involving former crime intelligence officer Morris Tshabalala. The state has asked for a seven day postponement before dealing with his bail application as his employment status needs to be verified.
Protesters have returned for a second day outside Hoërskool Overvaal. A member of the Overvaal Transformation Committee says all they ask is that the school accommodate their children and allow them to learn in a language they understand.
Security remains tight outside Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging. Two groups of protestors were separated by police on Thursday morning after clashes broke out. One group is made up predominantly of parents, and the other from political parties.
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IN THIS BULLETIN - Suspended crime intelligence boss, Richard Mduli, has agreed to step down from his position and at least ten people are facing charges of public violence, after protests broke out at Hoërskool Overvaal in Vereeniging.
17 January 2018 - I have nothing to lose. Those are the words of former Sascoc CEO Tubby Reddy, who has vowed to fight his sacking to the death. He has threatened to spill the beans on the shenanigans that have engulfed the Olympic body under his watch.