#News24 ICYMI: Load shedding moves from stage 2 to stage 4; Rescuers save newborn baby in three-hour operation; and Soweto Gospel Choir wins Grammy Award
Setback for severely injured Hoërskool Driehoek teen, Guptas want their own video of in loco inspection shown at state capture commission, and SA Rugby dragged to SAHRC over alleged racism at Loftus.
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Eskom announced on Monday afternoon that load shedding would move from stage 2 to stage 4 from 13:00. The rotational power cuts are expected to continue until 22:00.
One of the pupils who was severely injured during the structural collapse at Hoërskool Driehoek on February 1 suffered a setback on Sunday, Netwerk24 reported.
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor remains adamant that she caught an SAA flight to Johannesburg and back to Cape Town on a Monday sometime between September and October in 2010.
A newborn baby girl has been saved after emergency services conducted a three hour mammoth rescue from a storm drain pipe in Durban.
The Guptas, through their legal representatives, have told the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture that they want their own video of an inspection of the family's Saxonwold home to be submitted as evidence.
A grandmother from Brackenfell in Cape Town is suing a British strip club for millions of rand after suffering an eye injury when she was reportedly hit in the face by a flying pair of trousers during a raunchy show while on holiday in the UK.
State Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's Equality Court challenge against EFF leader Julius Malema and his deputy Floyd Shivambu has been moved to the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg.
SA Rugby is reportedly set to meet with the South African Human Rights Commission after an alleged racial incident that occurred during the Springboks v All Blacks Test at Loftus Versfeld last year.
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