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October 30 - eNCA speaks to Eskom spokesperson Andrew Etzinger who addresses protests against the installation of prepaid meters and accusations that people are being overcharged for them.
Portugal, October 30 - Brazilian Carlos Burle has helped save the life of a fellow surfer, the same day he is believed to have broken the record for riding the biggest wave.
Cape Town, October 30 - A South African inventor wants to unclutter modern life. He hopes to have the prototype of a single gadget to replace different remote controls in testing by 2014.
Durban, October 30 - A KwaZulu-Natal man has been built mechanically-operated arms by students of the University of KwaZulu-Natal. The students hope to further improve the functionality of the robotic limbs.
Pretoria, October 29 - Stats SA's quarterly labour force survey reports that more than 300 ,000 jobs were created between July and September 2013. Employment figures are the highest they have been in five years.
Johannesburg, October 29 - Hip-hop star Khuli Chana is taking steps to sue the SAPS after officers shot at him while he was leaving a petrol station. He’s opened a case of attempted murder but also plans to lodge a civil claim against the SAPS.
The FIFA president is asked for his opinion on one of football's most controversial questions: Messi or Ronaldo?
Pretoria, October 29 – Some members of the Boeremag have been sentenced to between 30 and 35 years in prison, in South Africa's first treason trial since the end of Apartheid.
Johannesburg, October 30 - Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane has appealed for time to deal with the crisis in Bekkersdal, west of Johannesburg. She wants to address the community's service delivery complaints without added pressure from the ANC.
Johannesburg, October 30 - Unions, injured workers and medical groups are complaining about the slow working of the Compensation Fund. Many workers, like David Ntsihlele, have been stranded without adequate medical care.