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News Flash — Has Fake News Taken Over the Wine Game?

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What's really in that bottle?

These days it seems that everyone is buzzing about fake news. But, like fake news, fake wines do not come in a one size fits all package.

Some fake wines are wines made to be something that they are not. Like making a wine that never existed like the 1947 Romanée-Conti that the Underground exposed way back in the 1980s (to read real news about the bogus 1947 Romanée-Conti and very early wine fraud articles click here).

Or something more recent like putting a Lafite Rothschild label on Two Buck Chuck. Well maybe that hasn’t happened yet. I don’t know. But, if it does, I am sure that there are people out there who would rave about it. After all, some people have raved about other fake wines that were made using wines that have nothing to do with what is represented on the label. And, from this extreme, it goes down to lesser things. These include: putting different grape varieties in a bottle that is supposedly a varietal, adding flavorings and other additives, and assorted manipulative practices that the Underground has written about in the past (to read real news about these all these things click here).

So now, just as fake news has divided people into two camps, bands of people are starting to demonstrate against fake wines and, at the same time, others are demonstrating for the right to drink fake wines. The latter group claims that it makes no difference that the wines are fake. Their criterion is that they must like the wines and that the wines are readily available to everyone at cheap prices. As you might expect, this has resulted in a major conflict. In some areas things have gone so far as to involve injuries from broken bottles. If you have missed these demonstrations, never fear. Funded by some of the big bucks boys, these demonstrations are becoming as popular as the free wine that is consumed. Be sure to look for one of these demonstrations in your neighborhood soon. Then you can decide – To fake or not to fake? Click Here for the answer that will surprise you.

This article originally appeared in The Underground Wineletter on March 31, 2017.


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TheSouthAfrican.com is all about South Africa and the stories that affect South Africans, wherever they are in the world.

We’re independent.
No agenda.
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Our offices are for administrative purposes only, no visitors will be accepted without an appointment.

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Address: Regus Business Centre
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Address: Riverbank House, 1 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 4TJ

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thesouthafrican.com is a division of Blue Sky Publications Ltd. Reproduction without permission prohibited.


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This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

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"The risk is already elevated in this area where cholera is already endemic," said Magali Roudaut, head of MSF's Goma.

Lockdown Level 2: Now tavern owners welcome decision

Allowing licensed bars to operate during Lockdown Level 2 reduces the opportunity for illicit traders to flourish say legal tavern.

Ramaphosa: Over a million will have been vaccinated in ‘a few days’

President Cyril Ramaphosa said so far, three million people have registered to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Level 2 lockdown latest: ‘SA needs faster vaccine rollout’, say DA

The DA welcome stricter restrictions on gatherings under Level 2, but insist that only by vaccinating the public will SA.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that under Level 2 of the lockdown, wearing a mask in public remains mandatory

What is pandemic fatigue, and how could it ignite the third wave?

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What will Cyril say TONIGHT? Mask up, keep your distance, and sanitize

Police are expected to be out in full force to ensure people wear masks, social distance and sanitize, with students.

Live stream: Watch Ramaphosa address the nation on Sunday here

After nearly two months, President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation in response to the latest rise in COVID-19 infections.

Eskom alert: Will we get load shedding on Sunday 30 May?

In typical Eskom fashion, we are being kept in the dark about a potential schedule of load shedding on Sunday.

Watch: ‘Fake cop’ assaults Bentley driver – Mbalula set to investigate

It's a Bentley beat-down: The disrespect on show here is off the charts - however, Fikile Mbalula believes the 'cop'.

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The sector has called for engagement with government to prevent another alcohol ban being enforced

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Lockdown Level 2? Ramaphosa speaks on ‘looming’ tighter restrictions

It’s only a matter of time before President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on the latest efforts to combat the.

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This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site

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Basic Education: Primary schools to return to daily attendance

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga gazetted directions which state that primary school pupils must return to daily attendance

TheSouthAfrican.com is all about South Africa and the stories that affect South Africans, wherever they are in the world.

We’re independent.
No agenda.
No Bias.

Our offices are for administrative purposes only, no visitors will be accepted without an appointment.

South Africa– Blue Sky Publications (Pty) Ltd T/A TheSouthAfrican Number: 2005/028472/07.
Address: Regus Business Centre
1st Floor, Block B, North Park, Black River Park, 2 Fir Street, Observatory, Cape Town, 7925, South Africa
Postal: Blue Sky Publications (Pty) Ltd T/A TheSouthAfrican, PO Box 44354, Claremont, 7735, South Africa

United Kingdom– Blue Sky Publications Ltd – Company Registration Number: 04683692.
Address: Riverbank House, 1 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 4TJ

Copyright © Blue Sky Publications Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
thesouthafrican.com is a division of Blue Sky Publications Ltd. Reproduction without permission prohibited.


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‘You can’t call it that!’ – SA, Indian variants given new names by WHO

It's not the Indian variant, it's not the South African variant. but the WHO has instead decided to 'go Greek'.

Murder Files: Man gets life in jail for brutal killing of elderly church leader

Levy Suping Selebogo, 39, has been sentenced to life in jail in the North West High Court after being convicted.

One for the road: Cape Town man takes last sip of brandy before arrest

A drunk driver at a Metro Police roadblock near Blue Downs, Cape Town was brazen enough to take one last.

Another LGBTQI+ hate crime? Artist Aubrey Boshoga brutally killed in Jozi

According to African Aviators, SAA cabin crew member Aubrey Boshoga was stabbed multiple times and cruelly dumped outside his Johannesburg.

City of Cape Town slammed for asking public for complaints against homeless people

Counter campaign to City’s appeal launched by activists.

EThekwini Arson Latest: Police to hunt vehicle torching suspects

eThekwini Municipality's water and sanitation employees were hard at work fixing a water fault when residents set their vehicles alight.

Gauteng health department concerned by the disrupted water supply

A power failure at a Johannesburg pumping station over the weekend has affected the water supply to several hospitals in.

SIU Files: Now EC Scooter Ambulance tender declared ‘unlawful’

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has won yet another victory in the Special Tribunal in its fight against corruption.

Weather warning: Cold and wet conditions until weekend snow expected in three provinces

The South African Weather Service said that the country must prepare for a week of very cold temperatures from Monday.

Load shedding schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, PE – 31 May

Load shedding is back, and South Africans must now get ready for another candlelit evening. We've got you covered with.

Newspaper front pages from around the world, Monday 31 May 2021

We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on.

Just In: Stage 2 load shedding to be implemented on Monday afternoon

Here we go again Mzansi, Stage 2 load shedding is loading and will most likely continue throughout the week due.

Library Books: No new books for three years for these libraries

Scores of libraries in the eThekwini Municipality have allegedly not received new library books for several years now due to.

Woman beats 11-month-old son to death community warned not to take ‘law into own hands’

A Limpopo community has been warned against mob justice after a mother was arrested for beating her 11-month-old son to.

Tarzan actor, Joe Lara, and wife Gwen, among seven dead in plane crash

Joe and Gwen Lara were among seven killed in a plane crash on Saturday. The actor is best known for.

Watch Today’s Daily News Wrap, Monday 31 May

South Africa has now returned to Level 2 lockdown inevitably after the family meeting with president Cyril Ramaphosa this past.

Snow Report Latest: Dusting expected in Lesotho and KZN

As a cold snap grips the country snow is expected to fall in Lesotho and on the peaks of the.

Cornwall Hill College: Pupil breaks down as she details racism at school

The Cornwall Hill College learner said at some point, they were barred from speaking their home languages

Tazne van Wyk: Trial of ‘MONSTER’ accused of killing 8-year-old begins

The trial of Moyhdian Pangkaeker, the man accused of killing, raping and brutalising 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk, starts in Cape.

Walter Sisulu University student falls to death from residence building

An education student from Walter Sisulu University reportedly fell to his death from a residence building on Saturday night, 29.

Fake R200 Notes: Here’s how to spot the counterfeits

Cleverly counterfeited fake R200 notes are circulating in the country with several reports coming from Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

Gauteng cold snap: The lowest temperatures of 2021 expected this week

Early forecasting suggests that Gauteng could face the lowest temperatures of 2021 thus far as a cold snap is expected.

A year of load shedding? Nightmare Eskom scenario ‘already underway’

It's a damning indictment of the situation Eskom finds itself in: But load shedding is set to get EVEN WORSE.

Welcome to Adjusted Level 2: Five things you’re now BANNED from doing

It's the morning after the night before - but what exactly has changed on Monday, after Cyril Ramaphosa put SA.

On This Day: What happened on 31 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Zweli Mkhize: Ramaphosa lambasted for silence on corruption allegations

The DA said that Mkhize should step away from his duties as head of SA's COVID-19 efforts, and condemned Ramaphosa's.

Lesufi to visit prestigious Pretoria school amid racism allegations

Parents at Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria have demanded the principal’s resignation, for failing to address systemic racism at the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 31 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

DRC volcano eruption: 400 000 displaced people face cholera risk

"The risk is already elevated in this area where cholera is already endemic," said Magali Roudaut, head of MSF's Goma.

Lockdown Level 2: Now tavern owners welcome decision

Allowing licensed bars to operate during Lockdown Level 2 reduces the opportunity for illicit traders to flourish say legal tavern.

Ramaphosa: Over a million will have been vaccinated in ‘a few days’

President Cyril Ramaphosa said so far, three million people have registered to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Level 2 lockdown latest: ‘SA needs faster vaccine rollout’, say DA

The DA welcome stricter restrictions on gatherings under Level 2, but insist that only by vaccinating the public will SA.

Ramaphosa confirms move to Level 2 – here are the lockdown changes:

President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that under Level 2 of the lockdown, wearing a mask in public remains mandatory

What is pandemic fatigue, and how could it ignite the third wave?

Pandemic fatigue has been identified as one of the phenomena that are behind the resurgence in COVID-19 infections, but what.

Lockdown level 2 CONFIRMED: Ramaphosa announces tighter restrictions

Curfew times and restrictions on gatherings have once again been tightened, with Ramaphosa announcing a return to Level 2 lockdown.

What will Cyril say TONIGHT? Mask up, keep your distance, and sanitize

Police are expected to be out in full force to ensure people wear masks, social distance and sanitize, with students.

Live stream: Watch Ramaphosa address the nation on Sunday here

After nearly two months, President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation in response to the latest rise in COVID-19 infections.

Eskom alert: Will we get load shedding on Sunday 30 May?

In typical Eskom fashion, we are being kept in the dark about a potential schedule of load shedding on Sunday.

Watch: ‘Fake cop’ assaults Bentley driver – Mbalula set to investigate

It's a Bentley beat-down: The disrespect on show here is off the charts - however, Fikile Mbalula believes the 'cop'.

Lockdown in SA: Should you expect another alcohol ban?

The sector has called for engagement with government to prevent another alcohol ban being enforced

On This Day: What happened on 30 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Lockdown Level 2? Ramaphosa speaks on ‘looming’ tighter restrictions

It’s only a matter of time before President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on the latest efforts to combat the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 30 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reacted to the gruesome finding, describing it as a dark chapter in the country’s.

Basic Education: Primary schools to return to daily attendance

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga gazetted directions which state that primary school pupils must return to daily attendance

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News Flash — Has Fake News Taken Over the Wine Game? - Recipes

Pan-African Parliament: Majodina to take action over alleged assault

Pemmy Majodina was kicked by a male MP from Senegal during yet another chaotic sitting of the Pan-African Parliament and.

On This Day: What happened on 01 June?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

‘I am filled with pain and anger’: Gigaba slams Mngoma’s claims

Former minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed his discontent over Norma Mngoma’s allegation that the Guptas financed his family

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 01 June 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Foot and Mouth: KZN must plan to deal with new disease outbreak

KZN is facing a shortage of vets to deal with the latest outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the.

‘You can’t call it that!’ – SA, Indian variants given new names by WHO

It's not the Indian variant, it's not the South African variant. but the WHO has instead decided to 'go Greek'.

Murder Files: Man gets life in jail for brutal killing of elderly church leader

Levy Suping Selebogo, 39, has been sentenced to life in jail in the North West High Court after being convicted.

One for the road: Cape Town man takes last sip of brandy before arrest

A drunk driver at a Metro Police roadblock near Blue Downs, Cape Town was brazen enough to take one last.

Another LGBTQI+ hate crime? Artist Aubrey Boshoga brutally killed in Jozi

According to African Aviators, SAA cabin crew member Aubrey Boshoga was stabbed multiple times and cruelly dumped outside his Johannesburg.

City of Cape Town slammed for asking public for complaints against homeless people

Counter campaign to City’s appeal launched by activists.

EThekwini Arson Latest: Police to hunt vehicle torching suspects

eThekwini Municipality's water and sanitation employees were hard at work fixing a water fault when residents set their vehicles alight.

Gauteng health department concerned by the disrupted water supply

A power failure at a Johannesburg pumping station over the weekend has affected the water supply to several hospitals in.

SIU Files: Now EC Scooter Ambulance tender declared ‘unlawful’

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has won yet another victory in the Special Tribunal in its fight against corruption.

Weather warning: Cold and wet conditions until weekend snow expected in three provinces

The South African Weather Service said that the country must prepare for a week of very cold temperatures from Monday.

Load shedding schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, PE – 31 May

Load shedding is back, and South Africans must now get ready for another candlelit evening. We've got you covered with.

Newspaper front pages from around the world, Monday 31 May 2021

We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on.

Just In: Stage 2 load shedding to be implemented on Monday afternoon

Here we go again Mzansi, Stage 2 load shedding is loading and will most likely continue throughout the week due.

Library Books: No new books for three years for these libraries

Scores of libraries in the eThekwini Municipality have allegedly not received new library books for several years now due to.

Woman beats 11-month-old son to death community warned not to take ‘law into own hands’

A Limpopo community has been warned against mob justice after a mother was arrested for beating her 11-month-old son to.

Tarzan actor, Joe Lara, and wife Gwen, among seven dead in plane crash

Joe and Gwen Lara were among seven killed in a plane crash on Saturday. The actor is best known for.

Watch Today’s Daily News Wrap, Monday 31 May

South Africa has now returned to Level 2 lockdown inevitably after the family meeting with president Cyril Ramaphosa this past.

Snow Report Latest: Dusting expected in Lesotho and KZN

As a cold snap grips the country snow is expected to fall in Lesotho and on the peaks of the.

Cornwall Hill College: Pupil breaks down as she details racism at school

The Cornwall Hill College learner said at some point, they were barred from speaking their home languages

Tazne van Wyk: Trial of ‘MONSTER’ accused of killing 8-year-old begins

The trial of Moyhdian Pangkaeker, the man accused of killing, raping and brutalising 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk, starts in Cape.

Walter Sisulu University student falls to death from residence building

An education student from Walter Sisulu University reportedly fell to his death from a residence building on Saturday night, 29.

Fake R200 Notes: Here’s how to spot the counterfeits

Cleverly counterfeited fake R200 notes are circulating in the country with several reports coming from Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

Gauteng cold snap: The lowest temperatures of 2021 expected this week

Early forecasting suggests that Gauteng could face the lowest temperatures of 2021 thus far as a cold snap is expected.

A year of load shedding? Nightmare Eskom scenario ‘already underway’

It's a damning indictment of the situation Eskom finds itself in: But load shedding is set to get EVEN WORSE.

Welcome to Adjusted Level 2: Five things you’re now BANNED from doing

It's the morning after the night before - but what exactly has changed on Monday, after Cyril Ramaphosa put SA.

On This Day: What happened on 31 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Zweli Mkhize: Ramaphosa lambasted for silence on corruption allegations

The DA said that Mkhize should step away from his duties as head of SA's COVID-19 efforts, and condemned Ramaphosa's.

Lesufi to visit prestigious Pretoria school amid racism allegations

Parents at Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria have demanded the principal’s resignation, for failing to address systemic racism at the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 31 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

DRC volcano eruption: 400 000 displaced people face cholera risk

"The risk is already elevated in this area where cholera is already endemic," said Magali Roudaut, head of MSF's Goma.

Lockdown Level 2: Now tavern owners welcome decision

Allowing licensed bars to operate during Lockdown Level 2 reduces the opportunity for illicit traders to flourish say legal tavern.

Ramaphosa: Over a million will have been vaccinated in ‘a few days’

President Cyril Ramaphosa said so far, three million people have registered to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Level 2 lockdown latest: ‘SA needs faster vaccine rollout’, say DA

The DA welcome stricter restrictions on gatherings under Level 2, but insist that only by vaccinating the public will SA.

Ramaphosa confirms move to Level 2 – here are the lockdown changes:

President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that under Level 2 of the lockdown, wearing a mask in public remains mandatory

What is pandemic fatigue, and how could it ignite the third wave?

Pandemic fatigue has been identified as one of the phenomena that are behind the resurgence in COVID-19 infections, but what.

Lockdown level 2 CONFIRMED: Ramaphosa announces tighter restrictions

Curfew times and restrictions on gatherings have once again been tightened, with Ramaphosa announcing a return to Level 2 lockdown.

What will Cyril say TONIGHT? Mask up, keep your distance, and sanitize

Police are expected to be out in full force to ensure people wear masks, social distance and sanitize, with students.

Live stream: Watch Ramaphosa address the nation on Sunday here

After nearly two months, President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation in response to the latest rise in COVID-19 infections.

Eskom alert: Will we get load shedding on Sunday 30 May?

In typical Eskom fashion, we are being kept in the dark about a potential schedule of load shedding on Sunday.

Watch: ‘Fake cop’ assaults Bentley driver – Mbalula set to investigate

It's a Bentley beat-down: The disrespect on show here is off the charts - however, Fikile Mbalula believes the 'cop'.

Lockdown in SA: Should you expect another alcohol ban?

The sector has called for engagement with government to prevent another alcohol ban being enforced

On This Day: What happened on 30 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Lockdown Level 2? Ramaphosa speaks on ‘looming’ tighter restrictions

It’s only a matter of time before President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on the latest efforts to combat the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 30 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reacted to the gruesome finding, describing it as a dark chapter in the country’s.

Basic Education: Primary schools to return to daily attendance

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga gazetted directions which state that primary school pupils must return to daily attendance

TheSouthAfrican.com is all about South Africa and the stories that affect South Africans, wherever they are in the world.

We’re independent.
No agenda.
No Bias.

Our offices are for administrative purposes only, no visitors will be accepted without an appointment.

South Africa– Blue Sky Publications (Pty) Ltd T/A TheSouthAfrican Number: 2005/028472/07.
Address: Regus Business Centre
1st Floor, Block B, North Park, Black River Park, 2 Fir Street, Observatory, Cape Town, 7925, South Africa
Postal: Blue Sky Publications (Pty) Ltd T/A TheSouthAfrican, PO Box 44354, Claremont, 7735, South Africa

United Kingdom– Blue Sky Publications Ltd – Company Registration Number: 04683692.
Address: Riverbank House, 1 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 4TJ

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thesouthafrican.com is a division of Blue Sky Publications Ltd. Reproduction without permission prohibited.


News Flash — Has Fake News Taken Over the Wine Game? - Recipes

Pan-African Parliament: Majodina to take action over alleged assault

Pemmy Majodina was kicked by a male MP from Senegal during yet another chaotic sitting of the Pan-African Parliament and.

On This Day: What happened on 01 June?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

‘I am filled with pain and anger’: Gigaba slams Mngoma’s claims

Former minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed his discontent over Norma Mngoma’s allegation that the Guptas financed his family

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 01 June 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Foot and Mouth: KZN must plan to deal with new disease outbreak

KZN is facing a shortage of vets to deal with the latest outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the.

‘You can’t call it that!’ – SA, Indian variants given new names by WHO

It's not the Indian variant, it's not the South African variant. but the WHO has instead decided to 'go Greek'.

Murder Files: Man gets life in jail for brutal killing of elderly church leader

Levy Suping Selebogo, 39, has been sentenced to life in jail in the North West High Court after being convicted.

One for the road: Cape Town man takes last sip of brandy before arrest

A drunk driver at a Metro Police roadblock near Blue Downs, Cape Town was brazen enough to take one last.

Another LGBTQI+ hate crime? Artist Aubrey Boshoga brutally killed in Jozi

According to African Aviators, SAA cabin crew member Aubrey Boshoga was stabbed multiple times and cruelly dumped outside his Johannesburg.

City of Cape Town slammed for asking public for complaints against homeless people

Counter campaign to City’s appeal launched by activists.

EThekwini Arson Latest: Police to hunt vehicle torching suspects

eThekwini Municipality's water and sanitation employees were hard at work fixing a water fault when residents set their vehicles alight.

Gauteng health department concerned by the disrupted water supply

A power failure at a Johannesburg pumping station over the weekend has affected the water supply to several hospitals in.

SIU Files: Now EC Scooter Ambulance tender declared ‘unlawful’

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has won yet another victory in the Special Tribunal in its fight against corruption.

Weather warning: Cold and wet conditions until weekend snow expected in three provinces

The South African Weather Service said that the country must prepare for a week of very cold temperatures from Monday.

Load shedding schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, PE – 31 May

Load shedding is back, and South Africans must now get ready for another candlelit evening. We've got you covered with.

Newspaper front pages from around the world, Monday 31 May 2021

We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on.

Just In: Stage 2 load shedding to be implemented on Monday afternoon

Here we go again Mzansi, Stage 2 load shedding is loading and will most likely continue throughout the week due.

Library Books: No new books for three years for these libraries

Scores of libraries in the eThekwini Municipality have allegedly not received new library books for several years now due to.

Woman beats 11-month-old son to death community warned not to take ‘law into own hands’

A Limpopo community has been warned against mob justice after a mother was arrested for beating her 11-month-old son to.

Tarzan actor, Joe Lara, and wife Gwen, among seven dead in plane crash

Joe and Gwen Lara were among seven killed in a plane crash on Saturday. The actor is best known for.

Watch Today’s Daily News Wrap, Monday 31 May

South Africa has now returned to Level 2 lockdown inevitably after the family meeting with president Cyril Ramaphosa this past.

Snow Report Latest: Dusting expected in Lesotho and KZN

As a cold snap grips the country snow is expected to fall in Lesotho and on the peaks of the.

Cornwall Hill College: Pupil breaks down as she details racism at school

The Cornwall Hill College learner said at some point, they were barred from speaking their home languages

Tazne van Wyk: Trial of ‘MONSTER’ accused of killing 8-year-old begins

The trial of Moyhdian Pangkaeker, the man accused of killing, raping and brutalising 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk, starts in Cape.

Walter Sisulu University student falls to death from residence building

An education student from Walter Sisulu University reportedly fell to his death from a residence building on Saturday night, 29.

Fake R200 Notes: Here’s how to spot the counterfeits

Cleverly counterfeited fake R200 notes are circulating in the country with several reports coming from Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

Gauteng cold snap: The lowest temperatures of 2021 expected this week

Early forecasting suggests that Gauteng could face the lowest temperatures of 2021 thus far as a cold snap is expected.

A year of load shedding? Nightmare Eskom scenario ‘already underway’

It's a damning indictment of the situation Eskom finds itself in: But load shedding is set to get EVEN WORSE.

Welcome to Adjusted Level 2: Five things you’re now BANNED from doing

It's the morning after the night before - but what exactly has changed on Monday, after Cyril Ramaphosa put SA.

On This Day: What happened on 31 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Zweli Mkhize: Ramaphosa lambasted for silence on corruption allegations

The DA said that Mkhize should step away from his duties as head of SA's COVID-19 efforts, and condemned Ramaphosa's.

Lesufi to visit prestigious Pretoria school amid racism allegations

Parents at Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria have demanded the principal’s resignation, for failing to address systemic racism at the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 31 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

DRC volcano eruption: 400 000 displaced people face cholera risk

"The risk is already elevated in this area where cholera is already endemic," said Magali Roudaut, head of MSF's Goma.

Lockdown Level 2: Now tavern owners welcome decision

Allowing licensed bars to operate during Lockdown Level 2 reduces the opportunity for illicit traders to flourish say legal tavern.

Ramaphosa: Over a million will have been vaccinated in ‘a few days’

President Cyril Ramaphosa said so far, three million people have registered to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Level 2 lockdown latest: ‘SA needs faster vaccine rollout’, say DA

The DA welcome stricter restrictions on gatherings under Level 2, but insist that only by vaccinating the public will SA.

Ramaphosa confirms move to Level 2 – here are the lockdown changes:

President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that under Level 2 of the lockdown, wearing a mask in public remains mandatory

What is pandemic fatigue, and how could it ignite the third wave?

Pandemic fatigue has been identified as one of the phenomena that are behind the resurgence in COVID-19 infections, but what.

Lockdown level 2 CONFIRMED: Ramaphosa announces tighter restrictions

Curfew times and restrictions on gatherings have once again been tightened, with Ramaphosa announcing a return to Level 2 lockdown.

What will Cyril say TONIGHT? Mask up, keep your distance, and sanitize

Police are expected to be out in full force to ensure people wear masks, social distance and sanitize, with students.

Live stream: Watch Ramaphosa address the nation on Sunday here

After nearly two months, President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation in response to the latest rise in COVID-19 infections.

Eskom alert: Will we get load shedding on Sunday 30 May?

In typical Eskom fashion, we are being kept in the dark about a potential schedule of load shedding on Sunday.

Watch: ‘Fake cop’ assaults Bentley driver – Mbalula set to investigate

It's a Bentley beat-down: The disrespect on show here is off the charts - however, Fikile Mbalula believes the 'cop'.

Lockdown in SA: Should you expect another alcohol ban?

The sector has called for engagement with government to prevent another alcohol ban being enforced

On This Day: What happened on 30 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Lockdown Level 2? Ramaphosa speaks on ‘looming’ tighter restrictions

It’s only a matter of time before President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on the latest efforts to combat the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 30 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reacted to the gruesome finding, describing it as a dark chapter in the country’s.

Basic Education: Primary schools to return to daily attendance

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga gazetted directions which state that primary school pupils must return to daily attendance

TheSouthAfrican.com is all about South Africa and the stories that affect South Africans, wherever they are in the world.

We’re independent.
No agenda.
No Bias.

Our offices are for administrative purposes only, no visitors will be accepted without an appointment.

South Africa– Blue Sky Publications (Pty) Ltd T/A TheSouthAfrican Number: 2005/028472/07.
Address: Regus Business Centre
1st Floor, Block B, North Park, Black River Park, 2 Fir Street, Observatory, Cape Town, 7925, South Africa
Postal: Blue Sky Publications (Pty) Ltd T/A TheSouthAfrican, PO Box 44354, Claremont, 7735, South Africa

United Kingdom– Blue Sky Publications Ltd – Company Registration Number: 04683692.
Address: Riverbank House, 1 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 4TJ

Copyright © Blue Sky Publications Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
thesouthafrican.com is a division of Blue Sky Publications Ltd. Reproduction without permission prohibited.


News Flash — Has Fake News Taken Over the Wine Game? - Recipes

Pan-African Parliament: Majodina to take action over alleged assault

Pemmy Majodina was kicked by a male MP from Senegal during yet another chaotic sitting of the Pan-African Parliament and.

On This Day: What happened on 01 June?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

‘I am filled with pain and anger’: Gigaba slams Mngoma’s claims

Former minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed his discontent over Norma Mngoma’s allegation that the Guptas financed his family

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 01 June 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Foot and Mouth: KZN must plan to deal with new disease outbreak

KZN is facing a shortage of vets to deal with the latest outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the.

‘You can’t call it that!’ – SA, Indian variants given new names by WHO

It's not the Indian variant, it's not the South African variant. but the WHO has instead decided to 'go Greek'.

Murder Files: Man gets life in jail for brutal killing of elderly church leader

Levy Suping Selebogo, 39, has been sentenced to life in jail in the North West High Court after being convicted.

One for the road: Cape Town man takes last sip of brandy before arrest

A drunk driver at a Metro Police roadblock near Blue Downs, Cape Town was brazen enough to take one last.

Another LGBTQI+ hate crime? Artist Aubrey Boshoga brutally killed in Jozi

According to African Aviators, SAA cabin crew member Aubrey Boshoga was stabbed multiple times and cruelly dumped outside his Johannesburg.

City of Cape Town slammed for asking public for complaints against homeless people

Counter campaign to City’s appeal launched by activists.

EThekwini Arson Latest: Police to hunt vehicle torching suspects

eThekwini Municipality's water and sanitation employees were hard at work fixing a water fault when residents set their vehicles alight.

Gauteng health department concerned by the disrupted water supply

A power failure at a Johannesburg pumping station over the weekend has affected the water supply to several hospitals in.

SIU Files: Now EC Scooter Ambulance tender declared ‘unlawful’

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has won yet another victory in the Special Tribunal in its fight against corruption.

Weather warning: Cold and wet conditions until weekend snow expected in three provinces

The South African Weather Service said that the country must prepare for a week of very cold temperatures from Monday.

Load shedding schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, PE – 31 May

Load shedding is back, and South Africans must now get ready for another candlelit evening. We've got you covered with.

Newspaper front pages from around the world, Monday 31 May 2021

We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on.

Just In: Stage 2 load shedding to be implemented on Monday afternoon

Here we go again Mzansi, Stage 2 load shedding is loading and will most likely continue throughout the week due.

Library Books: No new books for three years for these libraries

Scores of libraries in the eThekwini Municipality have allegedly not received new library books for several years now due to.

Woman beats 11-month-old son to death community warned not to take ‘law into own hands’

A Limpopo community has been warned against mob justice after a mother was arrested for beating her 11-month-old son to.

Tarzan actor, Joe Lara, and wife Gwen, among seven dead in plane crash

Joe and Gwen Lara were among seven killed in a plane crash on Saturday. The actor is best known for.

Watch Today’s Daily News Wrap, Monday 31 May

South Africa has now returned to Level 2 lockdown inevitably after the family meeting with president Cyril Ramaphosa this past.

Snow Report Latest: Dusting expected in Lesotho and KZN

As a cold snap grips the country snow is expected to fall in Lesotho and on the peaks of the.

Cornwall Hill College: Pupil breaks down as she details racism at school

The Cornwall Hill College learner said at some point, they were barred from speaking their home languages

Tazne van Wyk: Trial of ‘MONSTER’ accused of killing 8-year-old begins

The trial of Moyhdian Pangkaeker, the man accused of killing, raping and brutalising 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk, starts in Cape.

Walter Sisulu University student falls to death from residence building

An education student from Walter Sisulu University reportedly fell to his death from a residence building on Saturday night, 29.

Fake R200 Notes: Here’s how to spot the counterfeits

Cleverly counterfeited fake R200 notes are circulating in the country with several reports coming from Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

Gauteng cold snap: The lowest temperatures of 2021 expected this week

Early forecasting suggests that Gauteng could face the lowest temperatures of 2021 thus far as a cold snap is expected.

A year of load shedding? Nightmare Eskom scenario ‘already underway’

It's a damning indictment of the situation Eskom finds itself in: But load shedding is set to get EVEN WORSE.

Welcome to Adjusted Level 2: Five things you’re now BANNED from doing

It's the morning after the night before - but what exactly has changed on Monday, after Cyril Ramaphosa put SA.

On This Day: What happened on 31 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Zweli Mkhize: Ramaphosa lambasted for silence on corruption allegations

The DA said that Mkhize should step away from his duties as head of SA's COVID-19 efforts, and condemned Ramaphosa's.

Lesufi to visit prestigious Pretoria school amid racism allegations

Parents at Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria have demanded the principal’s resignation, for failing to address systemic racism at the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 31 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

DRC volcano eruption: 400 000 displaced people face cholera risk

"The risk is already elevated in this area where cholera is already endemic," said Magali Roudaut, head of MSF's Goma.

Lockdown Level 2: Now tavern owners welcome decision

Allowing licensed bars to operate during Lockdown Level 2 reduces the opportunity for illicit traders to flourish say legal tavern.

Ramaphosa: Over a million will have been vaccinated in ‘a few days’

President Cyril Ramaphosa said so far, three million people have registered to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Level 2 lockdown latest: ‘SA needs faster vaccine rollout’, say DA

The DA welcome stricter restrictions on gatherings under Level 2, but insist that only by vaccinating the public will SA.

Ramaphosa confirms move to Level 2 – here are the lockdown changes:

President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that under Level 2 of the lockdown, wearing a mask in public remains mandatory

What is pandemic fatigue, and how could it ignite the third wave?

Pandemic fatigue has been identified as one of the phenomena that are behind the resurgence in COVID-19 infections, but what.

Lockdown level 2 CONFIRMED: Ramaphosa announces tighter restrictions

Curfew times and restrictions on gatherings have once again been tightened, with Ramaphosa announcing a return to Level 2 lockdown.

What will Cyril say TONIGHT? Mask up, keep your distance, and sanitize

Police are expected to be out in full force to ensure people wear masks, social distance and sanitize, with students.

Live stream: Watch Ramaphosa address the nation on Sunday here

After nearly two months, President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation in response to the latest rise in COVID-19 infections.

Eskom alert: Will we get load shedding on Sunday 30 May?

In typical Eskom fashion, we are being kept in the dark about a potential schedule of load shedding on Sunday.

Watch: ‘Fake cop’ assaults Bentley driver – Mbalula set to investigate

It's a Bentley beat-down: The disrespect on show here is off the charts - however, Fikile Mbalula believes the 'cop'.

Lockdown in SA: Should you expect another alcohol ban?

The sector has called for engagement with government to prevent another alcohol ban being enforced

On This Day: What happened on 30 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Lockdown Level 2? Ramaphosa speaks on ‘looming’ tighter restrictions

It’s only a matter of time before President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on the latest efforts to combat the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 30 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reacted to the gruesome finding, describing it as a dark chapter in the country’s.

Basic Education: Primary schools to return to daily attendance

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga gazetted directions which state that primary school pupils must return to daily attendance

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News Flash — Has Fake News Taken Over the Wine Game? - Recipes

Pan-African Parliament: Majodina to take action over alleged assault

Pemmy Majodina was kicked by a male MP from Senegal during yet another chaotic sitting of the Pan-African Parliament and.

On This Day: What happened on 01 June?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

‘I am filled with pain and anger’: Gigaba slams Mngoma’s claims

Former minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed his discontent over Norma Mngoma’s allegation that the Guptas financed his family

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 01 June 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Foot and Mouth: KZN must plan to deal with new disease outbreak

KZN is facing a shortage of vets to deal with the latest outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the.

‘You can’t call it that!’ – SA, Indian variants given new names by WHO

It's not the Indian variant, it's not the South African variant. but the WHO has instead decided to 'go Greek'.

Murder Files: Man gets life in jail for brutal killing of elderly church leader

Levy Suping Selebogo, 39, has been sentenced to life in jail in the North West High Court after being convicted.

One for the road: Cape Town man takes last sip of brandy before arrest

A drunk driver at a Metro Police roadblock near Blue Downs, Cape Town was brazen enough to take one last.

Another LGBTQI+ hate crime? Artist Aubrey Boshoga brutally killed in Jozi

According to African Aviators, SAA cabin crew member Aubrey Boshoga was stabbed multiple times and cruelly dumped outside his Johannesburg.

City of Cape Town slammed for asking public for complaints against homeless people

Counter campaign to City’s appeal launched by activists.

EThekwini Arson Latest: Police to hunt vehicle torching suspects

eThekwini Municipality's water and sanitation employees were hard at work fixing a water fault when residents set their vehicles alight.

Gauteng health department concerned by the disrupted water supply

A power failure at a Johannesburg pumping station over the weekend has affected the water supply to several hospitals in.

SIU Files: Now EC Scooter Ambulance tender declared ‘unlawful’

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has won yet another victory in the Special Tribunal in its fight against corruption.

Weather warning: Cold and wet conditions until weekend snow expected in three provinces

The South African Weather Service said that the country must prepare for a week of very cold temperatures from Monday.

Load shedding schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, PE – 31 May

Load shedding is back, and South Africans must now get ready for another candlelit evening. We've got you covered with.

Newspaper front pages from around the world, Monday 31 May 2021

We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on.

Just In: Stage 2 load shedding to be implemented on Monday afternoon

Here we go again Mzansi, Stage 2 load shedding is loading and will most likely continue throughout the week due.

Library Books: No new books for three years for these libraries

Scores of libraries in the eThekwini Municipality have allegedly not received new library books for several years now due to.

Woman beats 11-month-old son to death community warned not to take ‘law into own hands’

A Limpopo community has been warned against mob justice after a mother was arrested for beating her 11-month-old son to.

Tarzan actor, Joe Lara, and wife Gwen, among seven dead in plane crash

Joe and Gwen Lara were among seven killed in a plane crash on Saturday. The actor is best known for.

Watch Today’s Daily News Wrap, Monday 31 May

South Africa has now returned to Level 2 lockdown inevitably after the family meeting with president Cyril Ramaphosa this past.

Snow Report Latest: Dusting expected in Lesotho and KZN

As a cold snap grips the country snow is expected to fall in Lesotho and on the peaks of the.

Cornwall Hill College: Pupil breaks down as she details racism at school

The Cornwall Hill College learner said at some point, they were barred from speaking their home languages

Tazne van Wyk: Trial of ‘MONSTER’ accused of killing 8-year-old begins

The trial of Moyhdian Pangkaeker, the man accused of killing, raping and brutalising 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk, starts in Cape.

Walter Sisulu University student falls to death from residence building

An education student from Walter Sisulu University reportedly fell to his death from a residence building on Saturday night, 29.

Fake R200 Notes: Here’s how to spot the counterfeits

Cleverly counterfeited fake R200 notes are circulating in the country with several reports coming from Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

Gauteng cold snap: The lowest temperatures of 2021 expected this week

Early forecasting suggests that Gauteng could face the lowest temperatures of 2021 thus far as a cold snap is expected.

A year of load shedding? Nightmare Eskom scenario ‘already underway’

It's a damning indictment of the situation Eskom finds itself in: But load shedding is set to get EVEN WORSE.

Welcome to Adjusted Level 2: Five things you’re now BANNED from doing

It's the morning after the night before - but what exactly has changed on Monday, after Cyril Ramaphosa put SA.

On This Day: What happened on 31 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Zweli Mkhize: Ramaphosa lambasted for silence on corruption allegations

The DA said that Mkhize should step away from his duties as head of SA's COVID-19 efforts, and condemned Ramaphosa's.

Lesufi to visit prestigious Pretoria school amid racism allegations

Parents at Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria have demanded the principal’s resignation, for failing to address systemic racism at the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 31 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

DRC volcano eruption: 400 000 displaced people face cholera risk

"The risk is already elevated in this area where cholera is already endemic," said Magali Roudaut, head of MSF's Goma.

Lockdown Level 2: Now tavern owners welcome decision

Allowing licensed bars to operate during Lockdown Level 2 reduces the opportunity for illicit traders to flourish say legal tavern.

Ramaphosa: Over a million will have been vaccinated in ‘a few days’

President Cyril Ramaphosa said so far, three million people have registered to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Level 2 lockdown latest: ‘SA needs faster vaccine rollout’, say DA

The DA welcome stricter restrictions on gatherings under Level 2, but insist that only by vaccinating the public will SA.

Ramaphosa confirms move to Level 2 – here are the lockdown changes:

President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that under Level 2 of the lockdown, wearing a mask in public remains mandatory

What is pandemic fatigue, and how could it ignite the third wave?

Pandemic fatigue has been identified as one of the phenomena that are behind the resurgence in COVID-19 infections, but what.

Lockdown level 2 CONFIRMED: Ramaphosa announces tighter restrictions

Curfew times and restrictions on gatherings have once again been tightened, with Ramaphosa announcing a return to Level 2 lockdown.

What will Cyril say TONIGHT? Mask up, keep your distance, and sanitize

Police are expected to be out in full force to ensure people wear masks, social distance and sanitize, with students.

Live stream: Watch Ramaphosa address the nation on Sunday here

After nearly two months, President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation in response to the latest rise in COVID-19 infections.

Eskom alert: Will we get load shedding on Sunday 30 May?

In typical Eskom fashion, we are being kept in the dark about a potential schedule of load shedding on Sunday.

Watch: ‘Fake cop’ assaults Bentley driver – Mbalula set to investigate

It's a Bentley beat-down: The disrespect on show here is off the charts - however, Fikile Mbalula believes the 'cop'.

Lockdown in SA: Should you expect another alcohol ban?

The sector has called for engagement with government to prevent another alcohol ban being enforced

On This Day: What happened on 30 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Lockdown Level 2? Ramaphosa speaks on ‘looming’ tighter restrictions

It’s only a matter of time before President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on the latest efforts to combat the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 30 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reacted to the gruesome finding, describing it as a dark chapter in the country’s.

Basic Education: Primary schools to return to daily attendance

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga gazetted directions which state that primary school pupils must return to daily attendance

TheSouthAfrican.com is all about South Africa and the stories that affect South Africans, wherever they are in the world.

We’re independent.
No agenda.
No Bias.

Our offices are for administrative purposes only, no visitors will be accepted without an appointment.

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Address: Regus Business Centre
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United Kingdom– Blue Sky Publications Ltd – Company Registration Number: 04683692.
Address: Riverbank House, 1 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 4TJ

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thesouthafrican.com is a division of Blue Sky Publications Ltd. Reproduction without permission prohibited.


News Flash — Has Fake News Taken Over the Wine Game? - Recipes

Pan-African Parliament: Majodina to take action over alleged assault

Pemmy Majodina was kicked by a male MP from Senegal during yet another chaotic sitting of the Pan-African Parliament and.

On This Day: What happened on 01 June?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

‘I am filled with pain and anger’: Gigaba slams Mngoma’s claims

Former minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed his discontent over Norma Mngoma’s allegation that the Guptas financed his family

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 01 June 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Foot and Mouth: KZN must plan to deal with new disease outbreak

KZN is facing a shortage of vets to deal with the latest outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the.

‘You can’t call it that!’ – SA, Indian variants given new names by WHO

It's not the Indian variant, it's not the South African variant. but the WHO has instead decided to 'go Greek'.

Murder Files: Man gets life in jail for brutal killing of elderly church leader

Levy Suping Selebogo, 39, has been sentenced to life in jail in the North West High Court after being convicted.

One for the road: Cape Town man takes last sip of brandy before arrest

A drunk driver at a Metro Police roadblock near Blue Downs, Cape Town was brazen enough to take one last.

Another LGBTQI+ hate crime? Artist Aubrey Boshoga brutally killed in Jozi

According to African Aviators, SAA cabin crew member Aubrey Boshoga was stabbed multiple times and cruelly dumped outside his Johannesburg.

City of Cape Town slammed for asking public for complaints against homeless people

Counter campaign to City’s appeal launched by activists.

EThekwini Arson Latest: Police to hunt vehicle torching suspects

eThekwini Municipality's water and sanitation employees were hard at work fixing a water fault when residents set their vehicles alight.

Gauteng health department concerned by the disrupted water supply

A power failure at a Johannesburg pumping station over the weekend has affected the water supply to several hospitals in.

SIU Files: Now EC Scooter Ambulance tender declared ‘unlawful’

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has won yet another victory in the Special Tribunal in its fight against corruption.

Weather warning: Cold and wet conditions until weekend snow expected in three provinces

The South African Weather Service said that the country must prepare for a week of very cold temperatures from Monday.

Load shedding schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, PE – 31 May

Load shedding is back, and South Africans must now get ready for another candlelit evening. We've got you covered with.

Newspaper front pages from around the world, Monday 31 May 2021

We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on.

Just In: Stage 2 load shedding to be implemented on Monday afternoon

Here we go again Mzansi, Stage 2 load shedding is loading and will most likely continue throughout the week due.

Library Books: No new books for three years for these libraries

Scores of libraries in the eThekwini Municipality have allegedly not received new library books for several years now due to.

Woman beats 11-month-old son to death community warned not to take ‘law into own hands’

A Limpopo community has been warned against mob justice after a mother was arrested for beating her 11-month-old son to.

Tarzan actor, Joe Lara, and wife Gwen, among seven dead in plane crash

Joe and Gwen Lara were among seven killed in a plane crash on Saturday. The actor is best known for.

Watch Today’s Daily News Wrap, Monday 31 May

South Africa has now returned to Level 2 lockdown inevitably after the family meeting with president Cyril Ramaphosa this past.

Snow Report Latest: Dusting expected in Lesotho and KZN

As a cold snap grips the country snow is expected to fall in Lesotho and on the peaks of the.

Cornwall Hill College: Pupil breaks down as she details racism at school

The Cornwall Hill College learner said at some point, they were barred from speaking their home languages

Tazne van Wyk: Trial of ‘MONSTER’ accused of killing 8-year-old begins

The trial of Moyhdian Pangkaeker, the man accused of killing, raping and brutalising 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk, starts in Cape.

Walter Sisulu University student falls to death from residence building

An education student from Walter Sisulu University reportedly fell to his death from a residence building on Saturday night, 29.

Fake R200 Notes: Here’s how to spot the counterfeits

Cleverly counterfeited fake R200 notes are circulating in the country with several reports coming from Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

Gauteng cold snap: The lowest temperatures of 2021 expected this week

Early forecasting suggests that Gauteng could face the lowest temperatures of 2021 thus far as a cold snap is expected.

A year of load shedding? Nightmare Eskom scenario ‘already underway’

It's a damning indictment of the situation Eskom finds itself in: But load shedding is set to get EVEN WORSE.

Welcome to Adjusted Level 2: Five things you’re now BANNED from doing

It's the morning after the night before - but what exactly has changed on Monday, after Cyril Ramaphosa put SA.

On This Day: What happened on 31 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Zweli Mkhize: Ramaphosa lambasted for silence on corruption allegations

The DA said that Mkhize should step away from his duties as head of SA's COVID-19 efforts, and condemned Ramaphosa's.

Lesufi to visit prestigious Pretoria school amid racism allegations

Parents at Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria have demanded the principal’s resignation, for failing to address systemic racism at the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 31 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

DRC volcano eruption: 400 000 displaced people face cholera risk

"The risk is already elevated in this area where cholera is already endemic," said Magali Roudaut, head of MSF's Goma.

Lockdown Level 2: Now tavern owners welcome decision

Allowing licensed bars to operate during Lockdown Level 2 reduces the opportunity for illicit traders to flourish say legal tavern.

Ramaphosa: Over a million will have been vaccinated in ‘a few days’

President Cyril Ramaphosa said so far, three million people have registered to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Level 2 lockdown latest: ‘SA needs faster vaccine rollout’, say DA

The DA welcome stricter restrictions on gatherings under Level 2, but insist that only by vaccinating the public will SA.

Ramaphosa confirms move to Level 2 – here are the lockdown changes:

President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that under Level 2 of the lockdown, wearing a mask in public remains mandatory

What is pandemic fatigue, and how could it ignite the third wave?

Pandemic fatigue has been identified as one of the phenomena that are behind the resurgence in COVID-19 infections, but what.

Lockdown level 2 CONFIRMED: Ramaphosa announces tighter restrictions

Curfew times and restrictions on gatherings have once again been tightened, with Ramaphosa announcing a return to Level 2 lockdown.

What will Cyril say TONIGHT? Mask up, keep your distance, and sanitize

Police are expected to be out in full force to ensure people wear masks, social distance and sanitize, with students.

Live stream: Watch Ramaphosa address the nation on Sunday here

After nearly two months, President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation in response to the latest rise in COVID-19 infections.

Eskom alert: Will we get load shedding on Sunday 30 May?

In typical Eskom fashion, we are being kept in the dark about a potential schedule of load shedding on Sunday.

Watch: ‘Fake cop’ assaults Bentley driver – Mbalula set to investigate

It's a Bentley beat-down: The disrespect on show here is off the charts - however, Fikile Mbalula believes the 'cop'.

Lockdown in SA: Should you expect another alcohol ban?

The sector has called for engagement with government to prevent another alcohol ban being enforced

On This Day: What happened on 30 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Lockdown Level 2? Ramaphosa speaks on ‘looming’ tighter restrictions

It’s only a matter of time before President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on the latest efforts to combat the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 30 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reacted to the gruesome finding, describing it as a dark chapter in the country’s.

Basic Education: Primary schools to return to daily attendance

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga gazetted directions which state that primary school pupils must return to daily attendance

TheSouthAfrican.com is all about South Africa and the stories that affect South Africans, wherever they are in the world.

We’re independent.
No agenda.
No Bias.

Our offices are for administrative purposes only, no visitors will be accepted without an appointment.

South Africa– Blue Sky Publications (Pty) Ltd T/A TheSouthAfrican Number: 2005/028472/07.
Address: Regus Business Centre
1st Floor, Block B, North Park, Black River Park, 2 Fir Street, Observatory, Cape Town, 7925, South Africa
Postal: Blue Sky Publications (Pty) Ltd T/A TheSouthAfrican, PO Box 44354, Claremont, 7735, South Africa

United Kingdom– Blue Sky Publications Ltd – Company Registration Number: 04683692.
Address: Riverbank House, 1 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 4TJ

Copyright © Blue Sky Publications Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
thesouthafrican.com is a division of Blue Sky Publications Ltd. Reproduction without permission prohibited.


News Flash — Has Fake News Taken Over the Wine Game? - Recipes

Pan-African Parliament: Majodina to take action over alleged assault

Pemmy Majodina was kicked by a male MP from Senegal during yet another chaotic sitting of the Pan-African Parliament and.

On This Day: What happened on 01 June?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

‘I am filled with pain and anger’: Gigaba slams Mngoma’s claims

Former minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed his discontent over Norma Mngoma’s allegation that the Guptas financed his family

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 01 June 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Foot and Mouth: KZN must plan to deal with new disease outbreak

KZN is facing a shortage of vets to deal with the latest outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the.

‘You can’t call it that!’ – SA, Indian variants given new names by WHO

It's not the Indian variant, it's not the South African variant. but the WHO has instead decided to 'go Greek'.

Murder Files: Man gets life in jail for brutal killing of elderly church leader

Levy Suping Selebogo, 39, has been sentenced to life in jail in the North West High Court after being convicted.

One for the road: Cape Town man takes last sip of brandy before arrest

A drunk driver at a Metro Police roadblock near Blue Downs, Cape Town was brazen enough to take one last.

Another LGBTQI+ hate crime? Artist Aubrey Boshoga brutally killed in Jozi

According to African Aviators, SAA cabin crew member Aubrey Boshoga was stabbed multiple times and cruelly dumped outside his Johannesburg.

City of Cape Town slammed for asking public for complaints against homeless people

Counter campaign to City’s appeal launched by activists.

EThekwini Arson Latest: Police to hunt vehicle torching suspects

eThekwini Municipality's water and sanitation employees were hard at work fixing a water fault when residents set their vehicles alight.

Gauteng health department concerned by the disrupted water supply

A power failure at a Johannesburg pumping station over the weekend has affected the water supply to several hospitals in.

SIU Files: Now EC Scooter Ambulance tender declared ‘unlawful’

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has won yet another victory in the Special Tribunal in its fight against corruption.

Weather warning: Cold and wet conditions until weekend snow expected in three provinces

The South African Weather Service said that the country must prepare for a week of very cold temperatures from Monday.

Load shedding schedules for Gauteng, Cape Town, Durban, PE – 31 May

Load shedding is back, and South Africans must now get ready for another candlelit evening. We've got you covered with.

Newspaper front pages from around the world, Monday 31 May 2021

We take a look at the stories and pictures that made the front pages of newspapers around the world on.

Just In: Stage 2 load shedding to be implemented on Monday afternoon

Here we go again Mzansi, Stage 2 load shedding is loading and will most likely continue throughout the week due.

Library Books: No new books for three years for these libraries

Scores of libraries in the eThekwini Municipality have allegedly not received new library books for several years now due to.

Woman beats 11-month-old son to death community warned not to take ‘law into own hands’

A Limpopo community has been warned against mob justice after a mother was arrested for beating her 11-month-old son to.

Tarzan actor, Joe Lara, and wife Gwen, among seven dead in plane crash

Joe and Gwen Lara were among seven killed in a plane crash on Saturday. The actor is best known for.

Watch Today’s Daily News Wrap, Monday 31 May

South Africa has now returned to Level 2 lockdown inevitably after the family meeting with president Cyril Ramaphosa this past.

Snow Report Latest: Dusting expected in Lesotho and KZN

As a cold snap grips the country snow is expected to fall in Lesotho and on the peaks of the.

Cornwall Hill College: Pupil breaks down as she details racism at school

The Cornwall Hill College learner said at some point, they were barred from speaking their home languages

Tazne van Wyk: Trial of ‘MONSTER’ accused of killing 8-year-old begins

The trial of Moyhdian Pangkaeker, the man accused of killing, raping and brutalising 8-year-old Tazne van Wyk, starts in Cape.

Walter Sisulu University student falls to death from residence building

An education student from Walter Sisulu University reportedly fell to his death from a residence building on Saturday night, 29.

Fake R200 Notes: Here’s how to spot the counterfeits

Cleverly counterfeited fake R200 notes are circulating in the country with several reports coming from Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

Gauteng cold snap: The lowest temperatures of 2021 expected this week

Early forecasting suggests that Gauteng could face the lowest temperatures of 2021 thus far as a cold snap is expected.

A year of load shedding? Nightmare Eskom scenario ‘already underway’

It's a damning indictment of the situation Eskom finds itself in: But load shedding is set to get EVEN WORSE.

Welcome to Adjusted Level 2: Five things you’re now BANNED from doing

It's the morning after the night before - but what exactly has changed on Monday, after Cyril Ramaphosa put SA.

On This Day: What happened on 31 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Zweli Mkhize: Ramaphosa lambasted for silence on corruption allegations

The DA said that Mkhize should step away from his duties as head of SA's COVID-19 efforts, and condemned Ramaphosa's.

Lesufi to visit prestigious Pretoria school amid racism allegations

Parents at Cornwall Hill College in Pretoria have demanded the principal’s resignation, for failing to address systemic racism at the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 31 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

DRC volcano eruption: 400 000 displaced people face cholera risk

"The risk is already elevated in this area where cholera is already endemic," said Magali Roudaut, head of MSF's Goma.

Lockdown Level 2: Now tavern owners welcome decision

Allowing licensed bars to operate during Lockdown Level 2 reduces the opportunity for illicit traders to flourish say legal tavern.

Ramaphosa: Over a million will have been vaccinated in ‘a few days’

President Cyril Ramaphosa said so far, three million people have registered to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Level 2 lockdown latest: ‘SA needs faster vaccine rollout’, say DA

The DA welcome stricter restrictions on gatherings under Level 2, but insist that only by vaccinating the public will SA.

Ramaphosa confirms move to Level 2 – here are the lockdown changes:

President Cyril Ramaphosa has stressed that under Level 2 of the lockdown, wearing a mask in public remains mandatory

What is pandemic fatigue, and how could it ignite the third wave?

Pandemic fatigue has been identified as one of the phenomena that are behind the resurgence in COVID-19 infections, but what.

Lockdown level 2 CONFIRMED: Ramaphosa announces tighter restrictions

Curfew times and restrictions on gatherings have once again been tightened, with Ramaphosa announcing a return to Level 2 lockdown.

What will Cyril say TONIGHT? Mask up, keep your distance, and sanitize

Police are expected to be out in full force to ensure people wear masks, social distance and sanitize, with students.

Live stream: Watch Ramaphosa address the nation on Sunday here

After nearly two months, President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation in response to the latest rise in COVID-19 infections.

Eskom alert: Will we get load shedding on Sunday 30 May?

In typical Eskom fashion, we are being kept in the dark about a potential schedule of load shedding on Sunday.

Watch: ‘Fake cop’ assaults Bentley driver – Mbalula set to investigate

It's a Bentley beat-down: The disrespect on show here is off the charts - however, Fikile Mbalula believes the 'cop'.

Lockdown in SA: Should you expect another alcohol ban?

The sector has called for engagement with government to prevent another alcohol ban being enforced

On This Day: What happened on 30 May?

We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live.

Lockdown Level 2? Ramaphosa speaks on ‘looming’ tighter restrictions

It’s only a matter of time before President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation on the latest efforts to combat the.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 30 May 2021

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Horror: Remains of 215 children found at Canadian school site

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reacted to the gruesome finding, describing it as a dark chapter in the country’s.

Basic Education: Primary schools to return to daily attendance

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga gazetted directions which state that primary school pupils must return to daily attendance

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