Arrest us if you dare, say taxi operators

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Taxi operators are preparing to flout the law and ignore the threat of coronavirus by returning to full loads from Monday.

Covid fear haunts harvest time in Mount Frere

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It is harvest time at Lugangeni village in Mount Frere in the Eastern Cape, but everywhere you go villagers are wearing masks and are clearly shaken by news that over 200 learners from their local boarding school have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Forever smiling

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On Friday we reported on Zinhle Kweza's murder, in the video and article above. Today we report on her life.

Who would want to kill this woman?

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The story of the murder of this young woman starts with a dream that came true – but in a far more terrible way than she ever imagined

Pupils flee Covid infected school

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Dozens of pupils who may have been infected with the coronavirus have escaped from a boarding school in Mount Frere in the Eastern Cape.

Trump’s little rally

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Donald Trump’s big election rally on Saturday was going to be huge. He boasted that nearly a million people had registered to attend. In the end, fewer than 10,000 turned up to the half-empty stadium.

Watt the hell?

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Alexandra is short of space. So when a resident had to extend his house to accommodate his extended family he ran into a problem.

Taxi drivers block roads on one-day strike

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Gauteng taxi drivers blocked roads on Monday as they went on strike for the day to demand a bigger bailout from government. They are now due back on the road on Tuesday.

“Stay in bed”, taxi drivers tell commuters

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Taxi drivers in Gauteng were still threatening on Sunday evening to strike on Monday. In a video on social media, taxi men tell commuters not to waste their time looking for a ride on Monday morning.

Taxi owners threaten nationwide shut down

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Hundreds of thousands of Johannesburg commuters will be stranded on Monday if taxi operators make good on their threat to down tools.