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Johannesburg electricity consumers are in for a double surprise when they see their electricity bill at the end of the month. Here's why.
Johannesburg mayor, Herman Mashaba, has said that he is grateful for the way his the EFF has treated him. This comes as Mashaba's position as mayor is in jeopardy.
Protesters have allegedly burned down a primary school n Katlehong on the East Rand of Gauteng. The protesters were demanding that electricity be installed in the area. Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi said he condemned it.
The DA is bracing itself to lose power in the Tshwane and Joburg metros as the EFF withdraws their support. The ANC is unimpressed, condemning their sqaubble over the region.
A video was shared on social media which showed a bus driver texting while driving. South Africans called out the driver for recklessly endangering the lives of his passengers.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has announced that the province will be implementing policies to fast-track solutions to the land and housing issue.