The ongoing issues between Eskom and Nersa could see consumers forking out more to keep the lights on, according to an energy expert.
"All the children are safe and the worker is under quarantine at home."
With irregular expenditure in the Northern Cape at a whopping R390 million, the auditor-general has warned that the Province is in a prolonged state of undesirable audit outcomes.
The education department urged pupils and educators, as well as parents, to continue to adhere to the Covid-19 regulations.
According to Aries Solar Power, the initiative was aimed at helping to ensure the safety of the school’s pupils and its staff.
The closure was necessitated to disinfect the offices and also to allow staff who were in direct contact with officials who had tested positive to self-isolate and to undergo testing themselves.
“The SA Post Office would like to advise its customers that mail processing does not take place at the normal rate under Lockdown 3 regulations, leading to delays, particularly in international items."
A 21-year-old Northern Cape man has been sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment by the Petrusville Regional Court for the rape of an 11-year-old boy.
Diesel shortage disrupts Sol’s refuse collection.
The Northern Cape Department of Environment and Nature Conservation has temporarily closed its Kimberley office due to a suspected Covid-19 case.