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Gauteng’s green dam choked by sewage

Once an idyllic place for the people to swim and play, Bronkhorstpruit Dam is now so polluted that it’s not safe for humans

Family loses father and two children in fatal taxi accident

The section of the R25, where 20 people died last Friday is a high-accident zone, says the brother of one of the victims.

School taxi accident: ‘These children were too young to have died the way they did’

Irene Simelane, who lost her grandniece in the fatal accident, speaks to The Daily Vox's Nolwandle Zondi about the moment her fears were confirmed.

Waste not, want not power plant

Determined engineer Sean Thomas's green dream of a biogas plant in Bronkhorstspruit is paying off after years of delays.

Sebokeng quiet, Majakaneng protests continue

After a protester was shot dead in Sebokeng during violent protests, demonstrations continued in Majakaneng, with residents burning a truck.

Police: Public must not be ‘armchair critics’

The public must refrain from being "armchair critics" when it comes to how the police deal with protests, says the Gauteng acting commissioner.

Two more arrested in Bronkhorstspruit as protests escalate

Service delivery protests have spread to nearby townships with a clinic, house and hall the latest buildings to be burnt down by angry residents.

Dozens of protesters arrested in Bronkhorstspruit

More than 50 protesters have been arrested in Bronkhorstspruit after a library and a house were set alight by angry residents.

Protesters torch Bronkhorstspruit municipal offices

Violent service delivery protests in Bronkhorstspruit has seen demonstrators torch the Zithobeni satellite police station and municipal offices.

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