News24 Pretoria

  1. Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has ordered that a forensic investigation be conducted into the affairs of Laerskool Theresapark.
  2. Springboks Arno Botha and Trevor Nyakane have been drafted into the Bulls match-day squad for their PRO14 Rainbow Cup SA clash against the Sharks.
  3. The Department of Home Affairs have been granted a court interdict prohibiting undertakers from intimidating Home Affairs staff and people visiting Home Affairs offices.
  4. Undertakers protested outside of the Department of Home Affairs offices in Pretoria on Tuesday over numerous issues, including the registration of death certificates.
  5. The City of Tshwane council, which was marred by ongoing disruptions and walkouts at the beginning of last year, appears to now have stabilised.
  6. While still relatively low, active cases of SARS-CoV2 infections in the City of Tshwane have nearly doubled in the last seven days, amid growing concerns of a possible third wave.
  7. Njozi, the female cheetah who escaped from a nature reserve, has been spotted.
  8. Bulls coach Jake White has voiced his concerns over the captain's call rule that has been a talking point in the Rainbow Cup.
  9. The Bulls were stretched to their limits, but desperate defence in the closing stages of Saturday night's Rainbow Cup clash at Cape Town Stadium saw them secure a 20-16 win over the Stormers.
  10. Leon Coetzee, who faces a charge of murder, was denied bail by the Pretoria North Magistrate's Court on Friday.