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Learners forced to carry buckets of water to toilets 

Learners and teachers are forced to carry buckets of water when they go to the toilet at the Sediba sa Thuto Primary School in Mamelodi East, Tshwane.

Family prays justice will prevail for sugar cane murder victim

The family of a 27-year-old woman whose burnt body was discovered by sugar cane farmers rushing to put out a fire in August say they hope the law will reveal what happened to her.

Cops in court for stealing diesel at police station

Constables Nala Bonginkosi and Paile Davies have appeared in the Special Commercial Crimes Court sitting in Palm Ridge on allegations of theft of fuel from an impounded vehicle. 

Suspended state workers paid R130m every year

The South African government is paying a total of R131 million every year to 305 civil servants who are currently under suspension. 

Wait goes on for a mayor in Ekurhuleni     

Residents of Ekurhuleni Metro will have to wait another week before a new mayor is elected after a chaotic council sitting on Wednesday had to be postponed.

Muvhango actors down scripts over non payment

The filming of Muvhango ground to a halt after the cast and crew members staged a stay-away on Monday and Tuesday.

Rossouw’s ton guides SA to dominant win

Rilee Rossouw’s century and sheer brilliance all round with the ball saw South Africa beat Bangladesh by 104 runs in Sydney to register their first win of the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup.

Former Eskom boss arrested with wife and stepdaughter

The wheels of justice are now in full swing after former Eskom acting chief executive Matshela Koko, his wife Mosima, and stepdaughter Kokesto Choma were arrested on Thursday.

Bloodshed ends in Palestine

Israel and Palestine have agreed a ceasefire following three days of conflict in which 43 people were killed, including 15 children.

Los Blancos muster miracle in Madrid

After looking as if they would be eliminated, Real Madrid miraculously defeated Manchester City with not one but two last gasp goals to beat them 3-1 on Wednesday night.

South African tennis star Kevin Anderson has served his last ace

Kevin Anderson, arguably South Africa’s finest ever tennis player, has announced he is retiring from the sport after an illustrious career.

ENTERTAINMENT 7: Megan Thee Stallion – queen of the quarantine era

Ending the year on the cover of Time magazine, and featuring as one of its 100 most influential people, 2020 has undoubtedly been Megan Thee Stallion’s year.

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