Rainy weather to persist overnight
The South African Weather Service has issued a flood warning saying heavy rains in parts of Gauteng and other provinces are expected to continue overnight and into tomorrow.
This while rescue operations are underway at the Centurion Lake Hotel due to heavy flooding.
Forecaster Kgoloselo Mahlangu says the weather in Gauteng is expected to improve from Wednesday while parts of Limpopo, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal can still expect rain.
For the rest of the day we are still expecting some rain to come through.Kgoloselo Mahlangu, Forecaster - SA Weather Service
The weather is said to improve going on to Wednesday and Thursday but we will still get some normal summer thunderstorms coming through. Friday it does not seem we will have any kind of rain in Gauteng.Kgoloselo Mahlangu, Forecaster - SA Weather Service
Click on the link below to hear more...
PayGas CEO Philippe Hoeblich says it is ideal to operate from petrol filling stations as they are within a walking distance.Read More
Given the national lockdown restrictions on public gatherings, this year’s national day has been televised and celebrated virtually with president Ramaphosa delivering his address remotely.Read More
Mlamleli was ousted during a special council meeting on Friday night through a motion of no confidence brought by the Freedom Front Plus.Read More
Today marks 64 years since the heroic 1956 Women’s March to the Union Buildings against draconian pass laws and their impact on women.Read More
There were 36,607 new tests conducted. The number of tests conducted to date is 3.220,265 with 535,188 confirmed cases.Read More
According to a statement from his family, the 91-year-old veteran politician is currently self-isolating at home and remains asymptomatic.Read More
National Consumer Commission director of prosecutions Joseph Selolo says you can't be naive or claim to be duped.Read More
Baroka and Bloem Celtic will be part of South African football history when they play the first professional game of football in the country since the COVID-19 lockdown began.Read More
Mamabolo has admitted that last month his interview with Ngoako Malatji deteriorated, leading to him to utter profanities unbefitting of a public representative.Read More
Following a cabinet meeting, Winde said that the province had sufficient health capability to manage COVID-19 patients.Read More