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SATURDAY, 31 JULY 2021, 04:59

South Africa

Gauteng residents shaken from slumber by tremor

Yesterday at 05:17 AM, via Eyewitness News

Many people in areas like Northcliff, Glenvisa, Kensington, Germiston, Boksburg and even in the north of Pretoria said that they felt the ground shake for a few seconds just after 6.30am.

Ngizwe Mchunu vows to fight for freedom, justice after being released on bail

Yesterday at 04:42 AM, via Eyewitness News

His bail was set at R2000 with conditions including that he remained in Durban, pending the finalisation of his incitement case and that he may not convene or address any public gatherings. Mchunu is one of four alleged instigators who are currently facing prosecution.

Govt set to assist businesses affected by looting with capital, machinery

Yesterday at 04:27 AM, via Eyewitness News

Department of Trade and Industry and Competition Minister Ebrahim Patel told reporters that R3.9 billion had been raised to respond to the needs of factories, companies, small businesses among others whose properties were stolen or destroyed in the July mayhem.

Religious leaders lament Phoenix killings, visit Zuma family

Thursday at 21:07 PM, via SABC News

The South African Council of Churches General Secretary Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana says brutal accounts of the events that unfolded in Phoenix recently were brought to their attention. Mpumlwana says he was part of a two day provincial pastoral visit led by the KZN Council of Churches which ended on Wednesday.

Stellenbosch University launches School for Climate Studies

Thursday at 19:40 PM, via News24

Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation Buti Manamela said South Africa urgently needed expertise, knowledge and innovation to better understand and adapt to the complex results of climate change.

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