DETAILS: Suspected Islamophobia attack amid attempt to bomb Durban mosque
The Durban Muslim community is still recovering from shock following an attempt to bomb a mosque. In the early hours of Monday morning, the security guard of Masjidur Rahman in Kenneth Kaunda Road saw two males in a suspicious vehicle throw hand-made explosives on to the premises. The security guard quickly alerted the mosque’s management, …

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Despite 100 days without load shedding, SA isn’t quite out of the dark yet
Despite South Africa reaching 100 days of no load shedding, President Cyril Ramaphosa stressed that it doesn’t mean that government can relax. This, as the country’s electricity system remains vulnerable and the possibility of further power outages cannot be ruled out. President Ramaphosa says while the milestone is welcomed, it should provide government with encouragement …

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Paarl SAPS prevents suspected human trafficking incident
A group of undocumented foreign nationals has been arrested in Paarl. Paarl police were conducting patrols near the N1 Highway in the early hours of Saturday morning when they noticed people disembarking from a passenger bus. Upon closer inspection, officers found undocumented women and children inside a trailer attached to the passenger bus. One of …

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R6.5 million worth of drugs seized in Milnerton
Drugs to the value of R6.5-million have been confiscated in Milnerton. On Friday, SAPS’s Anti-Gang Unit (AGU) led an integrated operation with local and provincial law enforcement agencies to target identified businesses. Upon arriving at a premises in the City Centre, some individuals fled. During an interrogation, a foreign national led police to another address …

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Residents urged to stay indoors! SA Weather Service issues Level 8 warning
The South African Weather Service has issued a Level 8 warning for damaging winds and heavy downpours. The cold front has already made landfall in parts of the Western Cape. North-westerly winds reaching up to 120 km/hour are expected to hit the City of Cape Town, Drakenstein, Stellenbosch, Overstrand and the Theewaterskloof municipalities this morning. …

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Man killed and 3 injured in Ottery open field attack
A 24-year-old man has been killed and three others wounded in a suspected gang related shooting in Ottery. According to police spokesperson, Joseph Swartbooi unknown gunmen opened fire on the four. Among them was a female. They were apparently sitting in a park when they were attacked late Tuesday afternoon. Swartbooi says Grassy Park’s serious …

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Ramaphosa wants to complete coalition talks this week
It’s a month since the 2024 general elections and South Africa has yet to form a government as it joins the arena of coalition politics at a national level. ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa has signaled that he intends to complete all negotiations and consultations this week with parties in the so-called government of national unity. …

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Suspected Fast Guns gang leader arrested in Lavender Hill
An alleged gang leader has been arrested in Lavender Hill. The City’s Mayco member for safety and security Alderman JP Smith says Law Enforcement officers approached the man after receiving information about the sale of drugs in Dover Court. They found mandrax tablets and cash in small denominations in his possession. Smith says upon further …

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The ANC slams political parties for “outrageous” demands for Cabinet positions
The ANC has slammed some political parties for making what it calls “outrageous” demands for specific cabinet positions in the media.  It comes as President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to announce his new executive under the so-called Government of National Unity (GNU).  It’s been nearly a week since President Cyril Ramaphosa was inaugurated, and the country still doesn’t have cabinet. The ANC …

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Intergovernmental committee set up to understand rabies in Cape Fur Seals
An intergovernmental committee has been established to understand the scale and extent of the rabies disease in the Cape Fur Seal population.  At least five cases have been recorded in the Cape since October. The committee, which includes the City of Cape Town, Department of Fisheries and Environment, marine mammal experts, and vets are also tasked with devising and implementing a range …

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Suspect hands himself over to SAPS for the murder of City official, Wendy Kloppers
A 40-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of City of Cape Town official Wendy Kloppers. The suspect handed himself over to police following an investigation. He is expected to appear in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court. Klopper was murdered more than four months ago at the Delft Symphony Way housing project. It’s believed that she …

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Water tankers deployed on Cape Flats for water supply
Water tankers have been deployed as essential maintenance begins on the Cape Flats water supply network. Mayco member for water and sanitation councillor Zahid Badroodien says valves were closed at midnight as planned, cutting water to at least 22 areas. The 72-hour shutdown includes Wynberg, Ottery, Grassy Park, Lotus River, Pelikan Park, and Muizenberg. Badroodien …

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Hezbollah reveals “Israel’s” vulnerability with Hoopoe video
The Lebanese resistance has released a video documenting its intelligence capabilities.  The video has sent the Zionist entity into a frenzy as it cannot believe that its surveillance systems could not pick up Hezbollah’s reconnaissance operations. The Lebanese resistance titled the video, The Hoopoe, which refers to the bird that delivered information to Prophet Sulaiman …

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Hezbollah uses more anti-aircraft missiles against “Israel”
For a second time Hezbollah has directly confronted the Israeli occupation warplanes that have violated Lebanon’s southern airspace. It used its recently unveiled anti-aircraft missiles to strike. Hezbollah says the operation forced the enemy warplanes to flee and retreat behind the Lebanese borders with occupied Palestine. Since October 8th Hezbollah has been methodically taking out …

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Zionist minister Benny Gantz resignation reveals failures in Gaza
The resignation of the Israeli occupation minister Benny Gantz from Netanyahu’s war cabinet is clear evidence of the failure to achieve any semblance of victory in Gaza. The Popular Resistance Committees says Gantz escape from the Israeli regime is the beginning of the disintegration of this oppressive entity and a confirmation that Al-Aqsa Flood has …

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MK party tries to interdict Parliament’s first sitting
The uMkhonto weSizwe Party is working to stop the first sitting of Parliament. It is set to approach the Constitutional Court to prevent the swearing in of members of Parliament. They argue that there are many unresolved irregularities in relation to the recent general elections and have been calling for a rerun of the elections. …

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Attack on Preston family in Durban was “purely criminal”
A Durban family who was brutally attacked in their Glenmore home on June 2nd has broken their silence. The husband of murdered Halima Hoosen-Preston believes that the alleged attack by 44-year-old Grayson Beare was not politically or religiously motivated. Sean Preston says from the family’s perspective this was purely criminal. It follows a viral video …

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8 including 3 children killed in Cape Town mass shootings
Four people have been killed in a mass shooting in Nyanga. Among those killed are two women in their 20s. According to police unknown suspects opened fire on the victims at the Nyanga Hostels in Bush Street. The motive for Sunday’s deadly attack is still unclear at this stage. No arrests have yet been made …

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SAFTU urges South Africans to reject attempts to “nullify” the IEC’s work
The South African Federation of Trade Union (SAFTU) has urged South Africans to reject any attempts to “nullify” the electoral outcome and to “delegitimize” the Independent Electoral Commission’s (IEC) work. SAFTU General-Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi says the union’s call however, is not disregarding the alleged acts of crookery that is speculated to have taken place in …

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ANC admits Jacob Zuma’s MK Party dealt them a massive blow
The ANC has admitted that former President Jacob Zuma’s uMkhonto weSizwe severely impacted the ANC’s support in its stronghold provinces. Addressing the media, Secretary General for the ANC Fikile Mbalula said the ruling party ran a very clean campaign and believed in the power of its message to the people. However, it cannot be ignored …

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Zuma threatens “trouble” if the IEC goes ahead with announcing election results
In a veiled threat, leader of the uMkhonto weSizwe Jacob Zuma has warned of trouble if the election results are announced. It comes as the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) of South Africa received nearly 580 objections and has ordered 24 recounts, which they need to investigate. Zuma has demanded that the IEC allow opposition parties …

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IEC receives nearly 580 objections to election results
Despite the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) having captured all the national results, it has received nearly 580 objections from opposition parties. Addressing the media last night, IEC Chairperson Mosotho Moepya says the number of objections could increase slightly as the commission is still in the process of noting all the objections. Of …

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IOF attacks ambulances in Rafah
In yet another violation, the US-backed Israeli regime has attacked a Red Crescent ambulance in Rafah. The Palestinian Ministry of Health says that this confirms the occupation’s deliberate intent to annihilate and collapse Gaza’s health system, which is an act of genocide. Two paramedics were martyred in the Israeli attack.
Despite the strong Palestinian support, the Patriotic Alliance seems to be leading
The Patriotic Alliance has garnered over 55 000 votes nationally. However, vote counting is still in the early stages. The Independent Electoral Commission has tallied over 12% of the votes thus far. It amounts to a little more than 1.1 million ballots. In the regional vote for the Western Cape, the Democratic Alliance is still leading …

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