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Angry Msunduzi ratepayers call for a forensic investigation
/ 24 May 2024

Angry Msunduzi ratepayers call for a forensic investigation

They have also urged the government to conduct lifestyle audits on councillors and dissolve the troubled municipality

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Clicks faces high court battle over alleged medication error leading to near-death
/ 23 May 2024

Clicks faces high court battle over alleged medication error leading to near-death

A Cape Town woman claims she almost bled to death after a pharmacist dispensed the incorrect drug

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‘Midwife’ sued after twins die
/ 19 May 2024

‘Midwife’ sued after twins die

The parents have opened a criminal case against Caitlyn Collins, who they allege purported to be a midwife who could assist with a home birth

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Court bid to curb King MisuZulu’s powers
/ 17 May 2024

Court bid to curb King MisuZulu’s powers

His uncle, Prince Mbonisi ka Bhekuzulu, has argued in court that Ingonyama Trust funds must be protected pending litigation challenging the king’s accession in the Pretoria high court

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South Africans are gatvol with corruption, but also guilty of graft
/ 16 May 2024

South Africans are gatvol with corruption, but also guilty of graft

A significant portion of respondents in a Corruption Watch study have given gifts to and done favours for police officers, prosecutors and other officials

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South Africa’s tourism arrivals take off
/ 14 May 2024

South Africa’s tourism arrivals take off

The country’s visa waiver schemes with African countries are boosting growth in travel and tourism, says Tourism Minister Patricia de Lille

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Eskom’s desperate measures: Emergency reserves strained as power shortages persist
/ 10 May 2024

Eskom’s desperate measures: Emergency reserves strained as power shortages persist

The improved load-shedding situation over the past month have been aided by solar photovoltaic energy and lower demand

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