At least 50 000 children go hungry in KwaZulu-Natal
In a small number of cases principals reported that providers had contacted them to say there would be no food on Monday, but none could explain why.

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National

Fire-damaged KZN prison up and running again despite not being fixed
Glencoe wardens are fearing prisoner escapes after the department demanded that they return to duty despite the jail’s near-derelict state

Politics

Ronnie Mamoepa dead at 56 after long illness
Cyril Ramaphosa's spokesperson died on Saturday

World

The hotline trying to stop men murdering their wives
A hotline in the US is trying to tackle the high rate of domestic violence against nurses in the Nigerian diaspora.

Environment

50 000 litres of sewage flow into SA's rivers every second
Every second, 50 000 litres of sewage flow into the country’s rivers, a result of no maintenance because of corruption and incompetence

Education

At least 50 000 children go hungry in KwaZulu-Natal
In a small number of cases principals reported that providers had contacted them to say there would be no food on Monday, but none could explain why.

Business

Costs are ‘out of control’ at Eskom
The utility is at pains to turn a sow’s ear into a silk purse as interest costs continue to rise

M&G Africa

Cameroon’s struggle to contain HIV/AIDS
Cameroon will launch a program where expectant mothers can get tested for HIV, and prevent mother to child transmissions

Bhekisisa

Unions, laboratory services to hold last-minute negotiations ahead of strike
Unions say they will not accept anything less than 7.3% wage increases.

Sport

Leaner, hungry Lions eye history
The last time they dominated Super Rugby was 20 years ago, but this team is a very different beast

Arts & Culture

Family conversations to divide and conquer
“Because I am a young, black boy and in the US they kill us,” he answered solemnly.