Thohoyandou police have appealed for information that could lead to the arrest of six suspects who broke into the off-campus residences of University of Venda students, robbing them and gang-raping one of them.
Already slammed by unions for the proposed split and potentially including IPPs, the president’s newly formed Cabinet committee dealing with the crisis has come under fire for lacking technical expertise.
City Press visits Soweto and asks residents why they don’t pay for their electricity and how they could help Eskom to recoup the R17 billion owed by the people who live in SA’s largest township.
The owner of the company responsible for building nine pit latrines at a school for R4.8 million has denied that this was what he was paid. He also changed his mind when quoting what he was actually paid.
Citing costs having escalated to the point of unaffordability, education minister pledges to change the institutional autonomy decree.
It is suspected that the facility was attacked in retaliation for the demolishing of illegal structures.