A DA member said the spiralling debt was the end result of selective billing of city customers, a move which he insisted was based on political considerations.
TUT spokesperson Willa de Ruyter said the university was still engaging student leaders to address the issues raised in order to avert any shutdown.
Mkhwebane is also expected to address some of the issues affecting her office.
Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Ronald Lamola has conveyed condolences to the families and loved ones of the two officials.
Seabe’s resignation is immediate, and he hinted at starting an ‘exciting venture’ involving the private sector and CSI funding.
Eskom argued that Nersa’s decision to disallow the equivalent of the government bailout of R69 million for the three financial years was unjustifiable and irrational. 

World Millions quarantined as China scrambles to halt virus

China’s immigration agency has also asked citizens to delay international travel to stop the virus from spreading elsewhere overseas.

Government Industry voices oppose new turn in land expropriation debate

The ANC’s proposal to reduce the power of the courts has been described as a ‘risky’ and ‘dangerous’ move.

Environment Bugs are winning the war against Hartbeespoort’s hyacinths

Currently, six different kinds of insects can be found on the hyacinth, but most of the success is ascribed to the planthopper, introduced last year.

Health SA ready to deal with coronavirus, NICD assures

The National Institute for Communicable Diseases and the health department have distributed clinical guidelines to doctors and nurses, to accurately diagnose the virus.

Politics This too shall pass: Stevens Mokgalapa on DA disciplinary action

Numerous attempts for a motion of no confidence and to remove the DA leadership have failed over recent months, but Mokgalapa says this comes with the package of being a politician.

Education Violence forces North West University closure

Cases of students being assaulted have rocked the NWU Mahikeng campus since yesterday, and have affected student registration processes and NSFAS applications.

Accidents Limpopo ANC to assist families of 6 killed in bus crash

‘We are prepared to assist in whatever way so that we can give our beloved comrades a befitting and dignified send-off,’ said ANC deputy provincial secretary Basikop Makamu.

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Ekurhuleni waste workers ‘labouring under risky, hazardous conditions’

General Ekurhuleni waste workers ‘labouring under risky, hazardous conditions’

‘We work overtime, without ablution facilities to wash and change. We work without dust masks and other protective clothing. There is no medical aid, funeral cover, increase in salaries.’

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Emalahleni probe into nepotism a farce, laughable – Sanco

Government Emalahleni probe into nepotism a farce, laughable – Sanco

Six beneficiaries of the municipality’s traffic training programme are related to top provincial and municipal executives, but the report found nothing untoward.

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Speedsters need to be taught a lesson

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It is important that this case results in a successful prosecution for reckless driving, not for merely breaking the speed limit.

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Root out the culture of blatant ANC nepotism

Editorials Root out the culture of blatant ANC nepotism

The deployment of ANC cadres – based on loyalty or family connections – is the reason so many incompetent people litter the civil service.

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The opposition parties are sleeping on the job

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Not even the always trigger-ready Red Berets are capitalising on the dire state of affairs to position themselves as a government in waiting.

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Relax, rats, the cats are focused on the dog

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Even though Charles is an adorable, cuddly 50kg puppy, the cats still terrorise him at times because, well, they can.

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SANDF on back foot despite high Global Firepower ranking – experts

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On paper, the SANDF had an ‘exceptionally’ good combined armed force, but its actual operational strength was growing steadily worse, an expert said.




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