As we get ready to vote in May, let’s take a look at what the 2014 results might say about the outcome of the 2019 elections.
Air pollution has been dubbed “the new tobacco”, and wind conditions carry the polluted air west to Johannesburg and Pretoria.
Deputy President David Mabuza has made headlines in the New York Times for all of the wrong reasons. Here’s a hint – the story involves widespread corruption.
After a fence was erected between two Mpumalanga farms, a mysterious double murder occurred, diving the small farming town as questions have yet to be answered.
If you happened to be a principal sleeping with a few of your learners, wouldn’t you be careful enough to ensure neither finds out? Eish.
On Good Friday, a police officer decided to do a little dance in a shabeen – and he was so drunk he didn’t even know he was being filmed whilst in his uniform.
The EFF leader of Mpumalanga was booted out of a legislature meeting when he asked the local MEC about the state of education.
In order to escape a life of pain, people are addicted to bad drugs – but this policeman hit a mother load thanks to his hound.
A DA council man went to investigate a burst pipe only to find a little deep sinkhole in which he could take a bath.
There’s a time and a place, so they say, and some of the comments flying around the South African political landscape these days would be better suited for the playground.
I imagine this is right up there with every father’s worst-case scenario, but you might want to suspend your sympathy until you have all the details.
One of the lovely things about living in a democratic country is the freedom to voice your discontent at certain things without having the police shoot at you. Oh, hang on.
This weekend in Mpumalanga, a woman took a bath in a pothole on the R63 between Machadodorp and Mashishing. This got a lot of tongues wagging.
Rescue workers at the scene of a horrific accident involving a train and a truck in Mpumalanga are having a hard time determining the extent of the damages. Officials say that identifying bodies is proving difficult as many have been torn up by the impact, with some being thrown as far as 200m.
A mother is suing the Mpumalanga department of health for negligence on the part of the hospital which delivered her son, to the tune of R7-million. The boy suffered severe injuries during birth. He is now eight years old.