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HEALTH

Petrol tablets that help save up on petrol

Petrol tablets Two drivers shared a video of themselves using a fuel pill which they say helps in saving petrol. They pop the pill into their tanks before refilling they petrol tanks. One of the drivers starts her car showing her fuel gage which shows that she has petrol for 80km.

  1 month ago ago
Petrol tablets that help save up on petrol

ENTERTAINMENT

My stepmother sold me.

Nhlanhla Gumede , a 19 year old from Mahikeng says her stepmother is the most evil person she's ever met. Nhlanhla used to live with her grandparents in Middleburg, Mpumalanga and she was doing well. After her mother's passing she had to play the mother role to her younger siblings . At the time she was only 11 years old. She never had the time to be a child like other children. She was always busy taking care of her siblings. A short time after the passing of her mother , her father married another woman.The

  1 year ago ago
My stepmother sold me.

BUSINESS

Bad news! If covid-19 doesn't kill us, Eskom will

The National Energy Regulator (Nersa) says it will immediately begin implementing plans that would allow Eskom to recoup over R13 billion from customers. Eskom which is always a cash-strapped power utility because of major looting and maladministrations, had applied to Nersa to recoup R27.3 billion through power tariffs saying it needed to cover costs incurred for the financial year 2018/19. Nersa has given Eskom the go ahead but for the recovery of only R13 billion. The story of the national power utilit

  2 years ago ago
Bad news! If covid-19 doesn't kill us, Eskom will

BUSINESS

Eskom to Recoup Over R13 Billion from Customers.

Eskom to recoup over R13 billion from customers. The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) says it will immediately begin implementing plans that would allow Eskom to recoup over R13 billion from customers The cash-strapped power utility had applied to Nersa to recoup R27.3 billion through power tariffs saying it needed to cover costs incurred for the financial year 2018/19. However, Nersa only approved Eskom to recover the R13 billion. Eskom struggles with high debts and faulty power stations

  2 years ago ago
Eskom to Recoup Over R13 Billion from Customers.