SA water quality drops
The deterioration of South Africa’s water quality is utterly disappointing and should be a wake-up call to government to start taking the matter seriously. Researcher at UCT’s Department of Environmental & Geographical Science and the Future Water Institute, Dr Kevin Winter says water experts were anticipating a decline in the quality, but not for it …

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Strong resistance in West Bank forces Zionist retreat
The resistance in Tulkarem have delivered painful strikes on the Zionist entity’s soldiers this morning, causing them to flee. The Israelis attempted to invade the Nour Shams camp and its surrounds. The resistance targeted the Israelis’ vehicles with explosive devices, and bullets, resulting in confirmed casualties, and the destruction of the occupation’s military hardware. [Picture: …

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Israeli occupation not allowing burials
The Israeli occupation regime is preventing the burial of Palestinian massacred in its ongoing terror campaign on Gaza. The Director-General of the Ministry of Health in Gaza says over a hundred bodies are inside the Kamal Adwan Hospital because the occupation forces are not allowing burials. The official says the occupation forces are shooting at anyone …

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Phala Phala alleged mastermind set to apply for bail
The alleged mastermind behind the burglary at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala game farm is set to make a formal bail application. Imanuwela David along with his co-accused, siblings Froliana and David Joseph, are charged with the housebreaking and theft of about US$580,000 in cash from the president’s farm in February 2020. Since the burglary, …

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Palestinian resolve fueled by ‘love for life’
The Palestinian resolve is so strong that even the attempts by Zionist Israel to exterminate them through the genocidal bombing campaign on Gaza will fail. Hamas representative Khaled Qaddoumi outlined that Palestinian existence was never based on hatred. He says one only needs to look at Israel to understand the true face of evil. Qaddoumi …

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Resistance takes fight to Zionist bases
Missile sirens are blaring in the illegal Israeli settlements near the besieged Gaza Strip. The Palestinian resistance has fired rockets at Bir Al-Sabi’ and other colonies. It comes as the Al-Qassam Brigades spokesperson, Abu Obeida has announced that over 24 hours they have partially destroyed 28 military vehicles in Gaza. They have also targeted the …

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Public to feel Transnet bail out
If Transnet doesn’t get its affairs in order, ordinary South Africans would have to pay the price. This is the assertion from economist, Professor Adrian Saville. His comments follow Treasury’s announcement of a massive support package for the ailing parastatal. It will see a R47-billion guarantee facility that will almost immediately settle half of Transnet’s …

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ConCourt ruling on polls
Constitutional Court Justice Nonkosi Mhlantla says that the rationality of the 200/200 National Assembly seat split between regional and national seats hinges on whether it leads to proportional representation. Mhlantla was addressing the application made by the Independent Candidates Association, which submitted that a 350/50 split would also lead to proportionality. She also says that …

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Another robbery on popular Lion’s Head trail
The popular Lion’s Head hiking trail has been the scene of yet another armed robbery. The police are calling on the public to come forward with any information after two people were robbed of their valuables, including two cellphones, and watches. The incident took place just before 5am yesterday. The recent surge in criminal activity …

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Israel threatens to assassinate Hamas leaders in occupied Palestine and abroad
The Israeli occupation’s threat to assassinate the leaders of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas exposes its desperation. The media advisor for the head of the Hamas political bureau, Taher Al-Nono, says these threats do not frighten their leaders but reflects Israel’s political and battlefield failures in the face of the resistance and the heroic Palestinian …

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33 people rescued from human trafficking in Benoni
At least 33 people believed to be victims of human trafficking have been rescued from a house in Benoni, in Gauteng. Police made the discovery while detectives from KwaZulu-Natal were tracing a suspect in connection with the kidnapping of a foreign national in Springfield Park last week. At least one suspect was arrested. Police say …

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Zionist entity resumes murder campaign as truce ends
The US backed Israeli occupation regime is hungry for blood after week of relative calm in Gaza. The Palestinians resistance movement Hamas has revealed that the settler colonial entity had refused to deal with any of their offers to extend the truce. It says this was because Israelis had already decided to resume the aggression. …

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Johannesburg abandoned buildings’ residents hope for city attention
The people living in the hijacked Marshalltown building in Johannesburg hoped that their actions would get the attention of the municipality. Head of social impact at Norton Rose Fulbright, Candice Pillay, says that instead, these people, who were on the housing waiting list, were left to languish in derelict building, which was later devastated in …

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160 Bodies pulled from rubble in Gaza as death toll escalates
In the last 24 hours, 160 Palestinian bodies have been pulled from underneath the rubble. According to Gaza’s government media office, since the start of the Al-Aqsa Flood Operation, not a single truck transporting wheat was able to enter Gaza, compared the 600 that would enter on a daily basis prior to the 7th October. …

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Former Hawks office guilty of corruption, drug possession
A 55-year-old former Hawks officer has been found guilty in the Bellville Serious Commercial Crimes Court on charges ranging from corruption, possession of drugs, obstruction of justice and the loss of a firearm. Esmarelda Bailey was arrested by the Serious Corruption Investigation team in 2011 and charged after she stole an exhibit firearm, sold a …

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Resistance set strict terms for truce aware of Israeli dishonesty
The Palestinian resistance is fully aware of the Israeli enemy’s dishonesty and lies therefore it insisted on a prisoner exchange that is done in stages during the four-day ceasefire. Senior member of Hamas, Osama Hamdan made the revelation in an interview with Lebanese based news channel Al Mayadeen. He says they know the Zionist regime …

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SA Parliament votes to close Israeli embassy
South Africa’s Parliament has voted largely in favour of closing the Israeli embassy in the country. This vote seeks to pave the way for the severing of diplomatic ties between South Africa and the Apartheid entity. Despite the large majority voting in favour of the embassy shutting down, Chair for Committees, Cedric Frolick who chaired …

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Talks on seized Israeli ship only after Gaza truce
Only once the United States and Israel stop their murder of Palestinians in Gaza, and water, medicine and food is restored, will Yemen even consider talks about the seized Zionist ship. This is the warning from Mohammad Ali Al-Houthi, who is a member of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen. Al Houthi says that Yemen’s …

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NSFAS opens applications this week
The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will be opening its applications this week. Every year, NSFAS provides funding to disadvantaged students who wish to study at public institutions of higher learning. Minister for Higher Education, Blade Nzimande is expected to brief the media on the upcoming applications tomorrow and what potential beneficiaries need to …

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Yemen captures Israeli-owned ship in new front
The Palestinian resistance has hailed their Yemeni counterparts for fulfilling the promise of targeting Israeli ships and those linked to the occupation in the Red Sea. Islamic Jihad has commended the Yemeni Armed Force saying that this heroic and brave act is a true translation of their support for Palestine and not mere statements of …

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Unit 1 Koeberg nuclear power station back online
After being out of commission for nearly a year, Unit 1 of the Koeberg nuclear power station has come back online. Last night, Eskom confirmed that the unit had been successfully synchronized to the electricity grid. Three system generators at Unit 1 needed to be replaced as part of the power utility’s application for a …

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