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Winde hopes new Leap officers help restore faith in crime-fighting agencies

Winde hopes new Leap officers help restore faith in crime-fighting agencies The City of Cape Town and the Western Cape government said that there were now 1,100 Leap officers available to help deal with crime. An official ceremony for the deployment of new Leap officers was held in Bishop Lavis, Cape Town on 11 August

Home Affairs begins digitisation project

Home Affairs begins digitisation project Home Affairs will process 350 million civil paper records dating back to 1895. Government is still in possession of paper records dating back to the 1800s relating to birth, marriages, deaths and amendments. Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi at a media briefing on 25 October 2021. Picture: GCIS. Aaron Motsoaledi

Delft family traumatised after teen girl killed in apparent gang shooting

Delft family traumatised after teen girl killed in apparent gang shooting Aqeelah Schroeder was killed in The Hague on Tuesday, allegedly by a gangster's stray bullet. FILE: Picture: SAPS. Delft Cape Town gang violence Candice van der Rheede Aqeelah Schroeder Email Print Tweet Share Lauren Isaacs | 8 hours ago CAPE TOWN - A Delft family has

Labour relations have stabilised since deadly Marikana strike in 2012 – analysts

Labour relations have stabilised since deadly Marikana strike in 2012 - analysts Government, trade unions and labour analysts agree that the country’s labour relations have stabilised, to a great extent, since the deadly Marikana strike 10 years ago. FILE: Lonmin miners at Marikana chant ahead of one year anniversary at Lonmin's Marikana mine where 34

7 Krugersdorp suspects charged with rape

7 Krugersdorp suspects charged with rape The seven form part of a group of eighty-one who were originally arrested on charges of being in the country illegally. SAPS photo of a police operation at West Village, Krugersdorp on 29 July 2022. Picture: SAPS Illegal miners Zama Zamas Krugersdorp gang rape Email Print Tweet Share Bernadette Wicks

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Deregulation of fuel industry not the answer – Fuel Retailers Association

Deregulation of fuel industry not the answer - Fuel Retailers Association The local fuel industry and consumers are bearing the brunt of limited fuel stocks due to the war in Ukraine and while government’s stepped in to cushion consumers through the fuel levy relief, it has warned this is an unsustainable intervention. Picture: © zhudifeng/123rf.com

Nersa boosts renewable energy, approving 16 new projects in 19 days

Nersa boosts renewable energy, approving 16 new projects in 19 days John Maytham speaks to UCT's Hilton Trollip to discuss the National Energy Regulator of South Africa greenlighting new projects. © vencavolrab78/123rf.com Eskom Nersa Renewable energy Email Print Tweet Share Tyler  Layman | 67 days ago Nersa has given the go-ahead for 16 renewable energy projects.

EFF rejects Ismail Momoniat’s appointment as acting DG at Treasury

EFF rejects Ismail Momoniat's appointment as acting DG at Treasury Momoniat's appointment was announced on Wednesday by Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana. FILE: Acting Treasury Director-General Ismail Momoniat. Picture: @TreasuryRSA/Twitter Economic Freedom Fighters Ismail Momoniat Email Print Tweet Share Veronica Mokhoali | 67 days ago JOHANNESBURG - The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has rejected the appointment of Ismail

Eskom says Kusile Power Station to be completed by 2024

Eskom says Kusile Power Station to be completed by 2024 The plant is expected to contribute 4,800 megawatts to the national grid on completion. FILE: Eskom's Kusile power station. Picture: Facebook. Eskom Kusile Power Station Email Print Tweet Share Nkosikhona Duma | 67 days ago JOHANNESBURG - Eskom officials say they are on track to complete the R161-billion
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