Don’t be left in the dark, update electricity meters

The software for all prepaid electricity meters in the country will expire in 2024. The metering software must be updated or else customers won’t be able to recharge their meters

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It’s Official: Women are better drivers than men!

New telematics data from Netstar is putting to bed the age-old debate whether men or women are better drivers, and the verdict is in: Women are better drivers than men!

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14 suspects charged for Krugersdorp rape

Police Minister Bheki Cele says 14 suspects have now been charged for the rape of the 8 women at an abandoned mine near Krugersdorp. The women were with a filming

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WATCH: Cereal used to set new World Record

Cereal has been used to set a new Guinness Book of World Record. Teenagers from Chicago have set the new record for creating a gigantic cereal mosaic, and they did

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Home Affairs to employ 10,000 young people

The Department of Home Affairs would as of later this year employ up to 10,000 young people at Home Affairs offices as part of its new digitization project. Minister Aaron

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Arnold Vosloo on Smile Breakfast

South African born Hollywood star Arnold Vosloo joined the Smile Breakfast team in studio today. Fans of his work will remember him for his roles in The Mummy and The

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Yemen: ancient buildings collapse amid heavy rains

Recent heavy rainfall has lashed the ancient city of Yemen’s capital, Sanaa. This has led to the collapse of 10 of its buildings. The Old City is a UNESCO World

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WATCH: Squidge Rugby breaks down Springboks, AB’s demolition

The All Blacks are in deep trouble in this mini-tour against the Springboks, according to Squidge Rugby. Their poor form has been evident over the past couple of months, not

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Killarney Raceway speeds into the future

The iconic Killarney Raceway has ensured its longevity in Cape Town. An agreement has been reached and the City’s Mayoral Committee has recommended the approval of a new lease for

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Home Affairs to digitize and overhaul the country’s passport system

The Department of Home Affairs earlier today announced its new programme to digitize and overhaul the country’s passport issuing system. Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says due to widespread corruption, the South

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5 lions, saved from unsuitable and unsafe conditions in Romania, have arrived safely in South Africa

The 5, were part of a group of 7 lions saved, but 2 are still in the Netherlands, receiving care. The director of FOUR PAWS in South Africa, Fiona Miles,

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Citrus exports cleared for delivery with EU

South African citrus has been given the all-clear for export to the European Union (EU). STATEMENT: The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) confirmed that its managed

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Raising funds to help women affected by gender-based violence

As Women’s Month kicks off, forgood.co.za, the country’s largest online volunteering platform, has launched a campaign to raise R100 000 to help women who have been affected by gender-based violence.

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Maternity Obstetric Unit opens in Du Noon

A Maternity Obstetric Unit (MOU) has been opened at the Du Noon Community Health Centre. This is the first MOU to be opened in the Cape Metro in the last

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World’s biggest chocolate factory reopens

Good news, the world’s biggest chocolate factory has reopened! Barry Callebaut is the Swiss company that runs the factory which shut its doors nearly two months ago due to a

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SEE: Maintenance of the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company on-track

This year’s annual maintenance shutdown at the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company is progressing according to schedule. “All cable car operations at the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company (TMACC) were

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Who are you wearing – CPUT Green Fashion Show

CPUT recently hosted its Green Fashion Show, where students showcased their recycled-material designs. The Green Campus Initiative Fashion Show is an event created to promote environmental awareness and create a

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“I accidentally hurt my child!” Parents Share Their Moments of Guilt

In Lindy’s Stat Chat the team heard that the average parent experiences about 23 pangs of parental guilt every week. Some of that guilt can stay with you beyond a

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Drakenstein Municipality making good progress with installing UPS equipment at traffic intersections

The Drakenstein Municipality says it is making good progress with installing Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) equipment at major traffic intersections. The Municipality says the UPS systems will ensure minimal disruptions

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Serena Williams ends Tennis career to expand on family

One of the most dominating forces in women’s tennis in recent history, Serena Williams, will move on from the Professional tour. The 40-year-old confirmed this news in a Vogue magazine

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City sees a worrying increase in domestic violence cases

The City’s Directorate of Safety and Security says it has seen a worrying increase in the number of cases of domestic violence being reported. The City’s Emergency Call Centre logged

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Vital Partners, Shared Priorities: The US Sub-Saharan Africa Strategy

US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken has set out America’s new strategy for his government’s relations with Sub-Sahara Africa. Blinken is on a tour to Africa and South Africa was

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RIP Olivia Newton-John

The legendary actress and singer Olivia Newton-John has died, she was 73-years-old. Best known for her role as Sandy in Grease she was also an activist and the founder of

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