Saying that the launch of their new app will be very helpful, especially this festive season, the South African Police Service announced today that police officers can now have a sigh of relief as the new app has all...
Saying that every problem that the country has will most likely need Cuban doctors to help fix it, the South African government tonight brought in Cuban doctors to help end load shedding, "Load shedding has been going on for...
Following his many years of outstanding service as a public servant, DD Mabuza is finally taking a gap year to focus on himself. Saying that he noticed that since he became deputy president of the country he always put the...
Saying that he already tried everything he knows to try and get the country back into a working state, South African president Cyrillic Ramaphosa called tech support on Sunday to report that the country is not functioning. "Hello tech support,...
Most schools in South Africa are reopening this week and the department of education has some good new for learners living in rural areas where there are wide rivers and there are no bridges. "The recent floods in Gauteng...
In their attempt to leave South Africans in the dark forever and to shut down the economy of the country, power utility Eskom announced on Wednesday morning that they will be moving the country  from load shedding stages 2,3,...
President Cyril Ramaphosa says there is absolutely no reason for farmers to panic because of load shedding. Many farmers in the country, except those who have the privilege to hide dollars in sofas at their farms, say load shedding has...
Saying that since he passed away on the 6th of September 2019 he has had no  chance to rest in peace because Zimbabweans keep mentioning his name in every sentence they say, former president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe on...
Saying that coal often gets wet when it is raining and that diesel is now more expensive than it was back in 1981, Eskom announced on Saturday morning that they are building a new power station in Mpumalanga that...
Saying that she is almost sick and tired of scandals every year surrounding the exams for grade twelve learners, minister of basic education in South Africa, Angie Motshekga, announced on Wednesday morning that in 2022 she took the initiative...

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