Just in SA – Power tariffs increase, municipalities do not pay

Eskom has tried to explain their request for a tariff increase of almost 20 percent to Nersa, but it seems that several municipalities simply do not pay for Eskom services. Direct consumers of Eskom Power, such as farmers and industries, will be severely affected by the requested tariff increase. Now it appears that Eskom does […]
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Lack of maintenance by the ruling party the cause of raw sewage in Palmietspruit

Thousands of liters of sewage flow daily from an unrepaired cracked sewage pipe in the Palmietspruit at Klerksdorp in the Matlosana local municipality, which includes Klerksdorp, Orkney, Stilfontein, and Hartbeesfontein, said Michal Groenewald, leader of the FF Plus in North West. Groenewald said it is the result of poor management and lack of maintenance by […]
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Tshwane biking cops are for whites‚ says ANC

The African National Congress Tshwane Caucus has condemned the decision of the capital to introduce metro cops on bicycles in Hatfield. In a statement released on Friday‚ the opposition said the move made by Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga was aimed at protecting whites. “The African National Congress Tshwane Caucus condemns the actions of the DA […]
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Another stinking mess hits the streets of Johannesburg

Hillbrow has become a pigstile as refuse collection is not being done. Residents say this has been going on for weeks. Some of the streets that have become a filth include Pretorius, Esselen, Twist, Quarters and Claim. Just as the City of Johannesburg officially announced that power has been restored in the City Centre‚ it […]
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Efforts have been made to rehabilitate Klipfontein Dam, those efforts were wasted, on the first day of Spring.

Efforts have been made to rehabilitate Klipfontein Dam, those efforts were wasted, on the first day of Spring. Spring Day is a day celebrated for new growth, a change of the season as life begins anew – but this was not the case at Klipfontein Dam as the area was left abused, beaten, raped. Hundreds […]
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Squabbles dim DA’s hope of 2019 win

Worsening relations between the Democratic Alliance and smaller opposition parties are threatening the party’s hopes of assuming power nationally in 2019 by forming a coalition government. On Tuesday, when the DA brought a motion to dissolve Parliament, its opposition allies would not support it. The smaller opposition parties accused the DA of being arrogant for […]
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Jacob Zuma is not wrong – the ANC is being destroyed by witchcraft and ghosts in the Western Cape

Why has the ANC failed to take back the Western Cape from the Democratic Alliance? Jacob Zuma isn’t sure‚ but he has a pretty good theory: witchcraft and ghosts. Speaking to a Rent-A-Crowd in the Strand yesterday‚ the Guptas’s head butler warned that the witches and ghosts who had won the province for the opposition […]
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ANC Ekurhuleni backs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

The ANC Ekurhuleni region announced that it will back former African Union (AU) Commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as their candidate to succeed Jacob Zuma as the next party president. Briefing journalists in Benoni on Tuesday, ANC regional chairman Mzwandile Masina said the regional general council currently underway, has resolved that Dlamini-Zuma was the best candidate […]
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ConCourt rules on new owners’ historical debt.

The Constitutional Court on Tuesday ruled that new home owners are not liable for historical debt taken over from previous owners. Municipalities such as Tshwane, eThekwini and Ekurhuleni — as well as the cooperative and governance minister — argued against a landmark high court judgment in 2016, which made a similar ruling. The high court […]
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Community Hall Joe Slovo in Cape Town torched – protesters crossed the boundary of barbarism

Another community hall went up in flames after protesters crossed the boundary of barbarism and set the place on fire. After Bloemfontein’s city hall was destroyed last week, this time it was the turn of the Joe Slovo Community Hall in Milnerton, Cape Town. A resident with unique insight said to the media that burning […]
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