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Latest News || Cyril Send Condolences To Family Of The 22 Dead Students, Load Shedding Continues

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A lot can change overnight, but Mzansi_Media will keep you updated on the latest South African news and headlines on Monday 27 June. Couldn't be easier to swallow. Police confirmed the death toll at the Enyobeni tavern has reached 21 and all victims are officially classified as "minors" - 17 years old or younger. Read more about the Phala Phala robbery cover up, load shedding and tax increment.

LATEST NEWS IN SOUTH AFRICA TODAY, MONDAY 27 JUNE

ENYOBENI'S TAVERN DEATH: ALL CHILDREN, AGE OF YOUNGEST VICTIM CONFIRMED

Among the dead was the youngest victim of all - a 13-year-old child. It is understandable that large numbers of underage drinkers flocked to Enyobeni in east London to take part in the post-examination celebrations. Why these kids think this would be a suitable place is beyond all of us.

The violent eviction of grief is felt in this part of East London. A place that could only accommodate a few hundred people was taken over by thousands of revelers. An adults-only restaurant that allows teens to conquer a dozen.

President Cyril Ramaphosa was the last to add his voice over the deaths of at least 20 young people who were found dead in an east London tavern. Ramaphosa, who was in Germany to attend the G7 summit, offered his condolences to the families of the children affected by the tragedy.

Read More From Source: The South African

SARS IMPLEMENTS CHANGES THAT CREATE CONTROL FILES

SARS has introduced changes to its automatic assessment rules for 2022. The changes were made to simplify the process of submitting tax returns for taxpayers.

The new changes require SARS to submit preliminary estimates to taxpayers for assessment. Claims are made using data retrieved from third parties such as banks and medical devices.

Read more from source: The South African

INJURY: STAGE 4 LOAD SHEDDING TO START ON WEDNESDAY

Hold on tight! Eskom said it would continue to reduce the load from Phase 4 onwards at least until Wednesday due to protests at some of its power plants.

Energy companies, struggling with energy, on Friday introduced Level 4 layoffs over staff strikes over wages after negotiations hit a stalemate. According to Eskom, the industrial action caused delays in the implementation of the planned maintenance and repair work.

Read more from source: The South African

DID ZIZI KODWA COVER-UP RAMAPHOSA ROBBERY?

Zizi Kodwa is the latest senior ANC member to become embroiled in the Farmgate controversy after Namibian officials accused him of keeping quiet about the 2020 robbery of President Ramaphos' Phala Phala property.

Thieves found large stash of US dollars in properties worth up to $4 million. Then try to spend the money quickly so it can't be traced. However, one suspect was eventually arrested by the border police.

Read more from source: The South African

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