Heatwave to continue in Europe this week

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Govt determined to deal with SA’s problems- Mashatile 

The government is determined to deal with South Africa’s mounting problems.
This is according to Deputy President Paul Mashatile Who has acknowledged that the country faced real problems such as the electricity crisis, poverty and unemployment.
He says these problems need real answers from society, business and the government

Police increase deployment as Zuma may return to prison 

Police have increased their deployment in hot-spot areas across the country.
This follows the Constitutional Court ruling that might see former president Jacob Zuma return to jail.
The ConCourt found on Thursday that a decision by the Supreme Court of Appeal that Zuma’s early release from prison on medical parole was unlawful.
The Department of Correctional Services is expected to make a decision soon on whether Zuma has to go back to prison to serve the remainder of his sentence

NSFAS calls on students to be patient amid a new funding system introduction 

NSFAS has urged students to be patient as it converts to a new funding system.
This comes after numerous complaints by the students over the new system.
Students have voiced their concerns about bank charges which are more than commercial banks.
Others are still waiting to receive their bank cards

Heatwave to continue in Europe this week

Heatwave conditions will continue over Europe for the rest of the week.
The intense heatwave shows no sign of abating.
News reports suggests that Italy, Spain and Greece have been experiencing high temperatures for several days.
The Italian health ministry issued a red alert for the weekend for 16 cities including Rome, Bologna and Florence

Australian man and he’s dog survives at sea for two months 

Doctors say An Australian sailor who survived two months in the Pacific Ocean by eating raw fish and drinking rainwater is “stable and very well”. Sydney resident Tim Shaddock, 51, and his dog Bella left Mexico for French Polynesia in April, but their boat was damaged by a storm several weeks later. They were rescued by a trawler after a helicopter spotted them.

Written by: Keenan Williams

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