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A great deal can change for the time being, however we'll keep you up to date with the most recent reports and features in South Africa on Sunday 5 December 2021.


It has been a blustery end of the week in many pieces of South Africa, with more downpour expected on Sunday and Monday. The South African Weather Services (SAWS) gave a level 6 admonition for extreme tempests in the Western Cape on Sunday. To exacerbate the situation, Eskom has carried out Stage 2 of burden shedding on Saturday evening, 4 December 2021, from 21h00 until Monday at 05h00.


In some awful news, the National Institute for Sea Rescue (NISR) is as yet looking for a young fellow who disappeared in the surf at Kidds Beach, Port Edward, on Tuesday. Two understudies have likewise suffocated at a retreat in Potchefstroom recently.


TODAY'S LATEST NEWS IN SOUTH AFRICA, SUNDAY 28 NOVEMBER


Coronavirus LATEST: SA RECORDED 16 366 NEW CASES, 21 MORE DEATHS

South Africa recorded 16 366 new instances of COVID-19 as of now, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) has said on Saturday.


This brings the all out number of research facility affirmed cases to 3 020 569. The increment of 16 366 new COVID-19 cases addresses a 23.8 % inspiration rate.


A further 21 COVID-19 related passings have been accounted for, carrying all out fatalities to 89 965 to date.


"The total number of recuperations is 2 855 474."


STAGE 2 LOAD SHEDDING SET FOR SATURDAY EVENING

Prepare yourselves for a few days of loadshedding! Eskom has reported that it will execute Stage 2 of burden shedding on Saturday evening, 4 December 2021, from 21h00 until Monday at 05h00.


The power utility has ascribed the planned power outages is because of the way that age units at Kusile, Medupi and Arnot power stations neglected to get back to support. Added to that is the deferral of a unit getting back to support at Tutuka power station. That is not all: Eskom additionally says the disappointment of the coal transports at Medupi prompted decreased result at the station. The beset parastatal says this has been amended, yet it will in any case set aside effort to recuperate the full activities.


"Moreover, there was a finished closure of the Kendal power station debris plant because of an electrical shortcoming. This necessary the station's result to be diminished to least. The debris plant has since gotten back to support, and the debris excess recuperation is in progress," said representative Sikonathi Mantshantsha.


LEVEL 6 WARNING ISSUED FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS FOR WESTERN CAPE

A level 6 admonition for serious rainstorms with the chance of hail and lightning strikes was given for the Western Cape by the South African Weather Services (SAWS).


It said dissipated far and wide thundershowers are normal over the focal and eastern pieces of the Western Cape all through Sunday into Monday morning.


"A portion of these tempests might be serious, prompting times of weighty deluges, especially tomorrow first thing (Sunday) and again during that time and Monday night," the SAWS said.


Misfortune: TWO SRC STUDENTS DROWN AT RETREAT IN POTCHEFSTROOM

A retreat for SRC individuals finished in outright misfortune as of late! The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) has affirmed that two SRC individuals unfortunately suffocated when they went they swam at the pool of their inn in Potchefstroom on Tueasday, 30 November 2021.


"The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Dr Blade Nzimande, passes his genuine sympathies to the families, companions and the whole Orbit TVET College, following the suffocating of two understudy during a SRC Strategic retreat at Country Venue Hotel in Potchefstroom," the DHET's representative Ishmael Mnisi said in an assertion on Saturday morning, 4 December 2021.


As per the DHET, the two understudies – Madgeline Manyama, PRO Officer at Mankwe Campus and an Electrical Infrastructure and Construction level 3 understudy, and KG Melamu, SRC Sport and Recreation official at Rustenburg Campus and an Office Administration Level 4 understudy, were both pronounced dead at the location of the mishap.


Scan STILL ON FOR 20-YEAR-OLD MAN MISSING AT SEA

The quest for the 20-year-elderly person who disappeared in the surf at Kidds Beach, Port Edward, on Tuesday is as yet continuous, the National Sea Rescue Institute said.


As per Gert du Plessis, NSRI Port Edward station leader, the NSRI Port Edward obligation team was enacted following onlooker reports of a suffocating in progress.


"NSRI salvage swimmers reacted straightforwardly to the scene, and the SA Police Services, Police Search and Rescue, Netcare 911 emergency vehicle administrations, KwaZulu Natal emergency vehicle administrations, and Port Edward Traffic Services reacted while our NSRI fly Rib, Rescue 32 Alpha, was dispatched," he said.


Du Plessis said apparently two companions, a 19-year-old and the 20-year-old from Johannesburg, swam when they got found out in tear flows.


SIBANYE STILLWATER: FOUR MINERS DIE IN SEPERATE INCIDENTS

The mining business has indeed been hit with misfortune after four laborers kicked the bucket in two separate occurrences at Sibanye Stillwater tasks in the Free State and North West on Friday, 4 December 2021.


As indicated by Sibanye Stillwater, an excavator at its Khuseleka shaft in Rustenburg, North West, died in the early hours because of a fall of ground episode.


"Sometime early this evening, at around 10am, three partners at shaft three, at the Beatrice activities, died, following an awful trackless portable hardware occurrence. The board and the executives of Sibanye-Stillwater stretch out their earnest sympathies to the families, companions, and partners of the perished," the organization said.


MAN KILLED WHEN HE GRABBED ONTO FENCE – EXPOSED TO ELECTRICITY CABLES

A man was killed on Saturday when he slipped and took hold of a wire fence that became charged because of uncovered power links reaching the fence.


As indicated by Reaction Unit SA (RUSA) representative Prem Balram, the 23-year-elderly person was shocked on Saxon Street in Belvedere, Tongaat.


"Occupants reached RUSA at roughly 12:39 mentioning help for the inert man. Response Officers and paramedics were quickly dispatched to the scene," he said.


Balram said on appearance, they observed the man lying on a pathway. He displayed up and was proclaimed dead on the scene by paramedics.


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