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Cape Town, WC, South Africa

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Recent articles by Jenni:

Nurse accused of forcing woman to eat dog faeces granted bail

The Cape Town nurse accused of making another woman eat dog poo has been granted bail but will be under house arrest until a verdict in her case is reached, the Goodwood Magistrate's Court has ruled. → Read More

Couple tied up in second Malmesbury farm robbery in two days

A couple living on a farm in Malmesbury has been tied up and robbed, in the second robbery in the region in two days, Western Cape police have confirmed. → Read More

'At that moment the baby stopped crying': JMPD officers rescue abandoned baby

Two quick-thinking Johannesburg Metro Police Department officers saved the life of a baby who had been abandoned on a street corner in the city. → Read More

Health warning after caustic soda spills into Duzi River and Inanda Dam

The eThekwini Municipality has warned that people and cattle should not use or drink water from the Inanda Dam after caustic soda from a factory spill made its way into the water. → Read More

EFF MP in court on assault charge following clash with man at ex's home

EFF MP Nazier Paulsen has appeared in court on a charge of assault following an incident involving a man parked outside his former wife's house earlier in August. → Read More

Two fishermen die, 1 survives after wave smacks boat at Port Alfred

Port Alfred has lost two fishermen after their boat was broadsided by a wave as they returned home through the Kowie River mouth, according to the National Sea Rescue Institute. → Read More

'What if I didn't need saving?' Zephany opens up on life after kidnapping revelation

Miché Solomon, also known as Zephany Nurse, says she cannot feel hate towards the woman who kidnapped her as a baby, as she told eNCA about the rollercoaster of emotions since finding out she was not living with her biological parents. → Read More

155 people arrested in Pretoria anti-crime swoop

Gauteng police have arrested 155 people in swoops on suburbs in Pretoria, with three people suspected of murder among them, says spokesperson Captain Augustinah Selepe. → Read More

City of Joburg to put cleaners on its books, says mayor

The City of Johannesburg will be insourcing, or directly hiring 1 879 cleaners, starting with 450 who will go on the metropolitan municipality's books, says a statement from Mayor Herman Mashaba's office. → Read More

ANC mulling court action against Tshwane council over 'tainted' water

ANC mulling taking Tshwane Metro to court over Hammanskraal water situation. → Read More

Two Home Affairs officials busted for alleged bribery

Two Home Affairs officials and a "middleman" have been arrested for allegedly selling permit renewals to undocumented migrants. → Read More

ANCYL wants the book thrown at Elijah Mhlanga over racy promo pics

The ANC Youth League's national youth task team has called for the removal of Department of Basic Education spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga over racy pictures he tweeted to promote reading. → Read More

Bishop plans march to Public Protector's office in bid to force her to quit

Concerned South Africans' Hangwi Maumela is organising a march to Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office and plans to camp there until she resigns. → Read More

It's discoloured but you can drink it: Tshwane says water is safe

The City of Tshwane says although Hammanskraal's drinking water is discoloured, it is safe to drink. → Read More

Free State primary school reeling after tablets, computers stolen

A Wesselsbron primary school has lost expensive electronic teaching and learning aides after thieves struck overnight. → Read More

Two Eastern Cape university campuses closed over water shortages

Two universities had to shut down due to a prolonged water shortage and a municipal strike. → Read More

Zuma supporters to rally behind him in Hanekom R500k defamation case

Jacob Zuma's supporters are planning to support him in the R500 000 defamation case that Derek Hanekom has launched against him over a tweet inferring that he was a spy. → Read More

Boy, 13, arrested after fellow teen stabbed to death in PE

A 13-year-old school boy who said he was robbed, has been arrested for the murder of a 15-year-old boy in Port Elizabeth. → Read More

Cape Town's dams hit the 80% mark, but only 64,5% for Western Cape

Cape Town dams 80,6% full, but the Karoo and southern Cape is still struggling to fill dams. → Read More

Sanef invites submissions for inquiry into media credibility and ethics

Sick of 'stratcom'? Fed up with swipes at the media? Sanef wants to hear from you. → Read More