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A 19-year-old man accused of raping two young girls wrestled with police officers during his appearance in court.
Eskom has warned of further blackouts if the severe rain in Mpumalanga continues.
“It appeared that along the road between Hazyview and White River they broke the door of the bakkie they were transported in and managed to escape.”
A 24-year-old Mpumalanga man has been sentenced to two terms of life imprisonment for raping and killing two women.
A man and a woman found guilty of cutting up a six-year-old girl for muti before killing her were sentenced to life in prison.
A Mpumalanga magistrate has warned a student that having sex with a minor has compromised his chances of being employed.
A man, who tried to cross the bridge of the Sand River, has been rescued from the surge of water caused by heavy rains.
Eskom has tweeted that at 10pm on Thursday night it lifted the power emergency that had affected the whole country.
Four police constables were arrested in Mpumalanga for allegedly stealing groceries and selling them to a woman.
Four camps were closed in the Kruger National Park due to flooding, SA National Parks has said.
Widespread rain across the north of SA has left at least five dead, with the weather service issuing further warnings of flooding.
Eskom has warned that there will load shedding in different suburbs across the country today.
Eskom has declared an emergency and warned of possible power cuts.
One of the three people accused of killing a six-year-old girl and taking her body parts for muti has been acquitted.
More heavy rain has caused destruction across three provinces, leading to cars being swept away and dams overflowing.
Stuck up a tree, a woman in labour had to be airlifted to safety as a torrent of water flowed beneath her in Mpumalanga.
A judge has dismissed testimony from a woman implicated in the murder of a six-year-old child that she and her two co-accused were forced to confess to the crime.
Five foreign nationals were arrested in Pienaar, near Nelspruit, for alleged illegal possession of firearms and ammunition.
A Mpumalanga man accused of raping a 10-year-old girl has been referred to Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital for mental evaluation.
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