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14
MAR
2am

Areas of Emfuleni Municipality to be without electricity after explosion at substation

Residents of Vanderbijilpart, in Gauteng's Vaal Triangle are still reeling in shock following an explosion at one of the town's substations. A video of the explosion shows motorists driving past the substation making frantic U-Turns as a ball of fire and thick smoke filled up the sky. The explosion has caused widespread power outages in several areas surrounding the substation and the damage is estimated to run into Millions of rands
13
MAR
2am

Moyane allowed to apply to cross-question Gordhan like any other witness on the stand

Former SARS commissioner, Tom Moyane is TODAY* (wed) expected to ask for leave to cross-examine Minister of Public Enterprises, Pravin Gordhan at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture. Reports say Gordhan is opposing the bid by the former SARS boss to cross-examine him on the basis that Moyane is being used to advance an alleged political campaign against him. Moyane's legal representative has in the past comprised of the EFF chairperson, Advocate Dali Mpofu. Gordhan has however come under heavy criticism for his objection to be cross-examined at the commission. F
12
MAR
3am

Dangerous lion from Karoo National Park still on the loose in Sutherland

An escaped Lion from the Karoo National Park in the Beaufort West is now believed to have made its way approximately 42 kilometres north-east of the town of Sutherland in the Northern Cape. The lion escaped on February the 15th by digging its way underneath a fence after heavy rains in the Karoo. Infrared technology is being used at night to try and locate the animal as four sheep and two goats are believed to have been killed on a farm in the vicinity of its last spoors by rangers and trackers.
11
MAR
1am

New school admission regulations to give parents more access to better education-Lesufi

Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi says the newly released school admission regulation will give parents access to school beyond their immediate communities. The new guidelines, which are to be gazetted soon will expand the province's feeder zones for schools from the current radius of five kilometres to a 30 kilometre radius. The new regulations will also shift the power to admit or not to admit a learner at a specific school to the head of the department instead of the school governing body
08
MAR
2am

Never ending sensational rate hikes for Eskom won't solve the problems

The National Energy Regulator of South Africa has granted Eskom a total tariff increase of 13,8% for the 2019/20 financial year. Nersa officials made the announcement during a media briefing at Regulator's headquarters in Pretoria. Cash strapped power monoploy Eskom had requested a 15 percent increment. NERSA's decision follows Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's announcement in his budget speech that debt laden Eskom would be allocated 23 billion rand a year for each of the next three years
07
MAR
1am

Five dead in family homicide

Neighbors and relatives of a family in Durban are still reeling in shock after a man allegedly shot dead his wife and their three children before turning the gun on himself. Police say the motive of the killing is not known. In another incident, three pupils were killed and a fourth critically injured after they were allegedly knocked over by a mini bus taxi on their way to school in KwaMashu, north of Durban
07
MAR
1am

EFF support base growing faster than official opposition that is the DA

The latest election poll by the South African Institute of Race Relations puts the ANC at 55 percent of the national vote while the DA stands at 22 percent and the EFF at 12 percent. The poll shows that the ruling party has suffered a decline of 1.3 percent from the previous poll conducted in December. The DA has meanwhile improved by over three percent while the EFF has gained the largest growth percentage of almost six percent.
06
MAR
2am

S.A Men's Forum accuses Mampintsha of entitlement after claiming abuse by Babes Wodumo

The Pinetown magistrates court west of Durban has granted Kwaito star Mandla Maphumulo, popularly known as Mampintsha, two thousand rand bail. He briefly appeared in court facing a charge of assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. This after his girlfriend Bongekile Simelane or Babes Wodumo released a video on Instagram, that shows a man believed to be Maphumulo hitting Simelane in a bedroom.
04
MAR
12am

Five of the missing 16 Life Esidimeni victims found

The Gauteng Health department says it has made some progress in tracing missing Life Esidimeni mental healthcare patients. Health MEC Dr Gwen Ramokgopa says in the past two weeks five more patients have been traced bringing the number of those still unaccounted for to sixteen.

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