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Two suspects were taken into custody in Johannesburg after police officials discovered that the 'sanitiser' being sold by the pair was actually prohibited booze
Matric students have headed back to school after a short break, while PPE gear was found floating down a Gauteng river amid allegations of tender corruption.
The Democratic Alliances's City of Tshwane regional chairperson Abel Tau has resigned with immediate effect in favour of Herman Mashaba's political movement.
A security guard was robbed and shot at a petrol station in Johannesburg in broad daylight. A clip of the incident was shared online and shocked South Africans.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has confirmed that he has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus on Friday after experiencing mild symptoms earlier in the week.
Johannesburg Mayor Geoff Makhubo has denied reports that he will be giving himself a R106 000 pay increase. Makhubo said he will donate any increase he gets.