MEC Sasekani Manzini declared war on the potholes of the roads of the province.
In Mpumalanga all public schools started admitting learners from May 2, a process which will continue until July 31.
She was last seen wearing pyjamas when she informed her grandmother that she was going to collect a cooler box at the gate from someone after receiving a phone call.
The community safety and security’s MEC, Mr Pat Ngomane, pleaded with liquor traders to work within the boundaries of the law. He said they needed to understand the impact of irresponsible trading on crime prevention and road safety.
A five-year-old grade R learner from a public school on the outskirts of White River sustained injuries to an eye when his teacher allegedly hit him with a ruler him in class.
This is after the supporters took tyres and placed them at the entrance gate to the golf estate and the police fired fired at them as they fled the scene.
Two people are suspected to have died due to the Malaria two weeks ago in the province.
Motorists travelling to the Lebombo Border Post are advised to use alternative roads.
The twelve are facing charges of aiding suspects to escape from lawful custody and malicious damage to property.
It was reported last night that five lions escaped from the Kruger National Park and are roaming on the N4 and Mananga Road.
The back tyre of the taxi came off and it lost control and overturned.