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  • South Africa: Today’s latest news and headlines, Monday 30 May 2022

    South Africa: Today’s latest news and headlines, Monday 30 May 2022

    A lot can change overnight, but we’ll keep you in the know with the latest news stories and headlines in South Africa on Monday 30 May.

    A warning was issued by the South African Weather Services (SAWS) for waves of between 4m -6m due to damaging winds along the coast of KZN on Sunday evening and Monday. 

    EThekwini Municipality‘s spokesperson Msawakhe Mayisela said the city is on high alert. 

    President Cyril Ramaphosa has just had his personal details HACKED – where he lives, his ID and cellphone number! Who are these hackers and what do they want?

    Yes, you read that correctly. Our president has just had his personal details hacked into.

    Another ‘most dangerous’ award for Mzansi, is it? According to a group of international security experts at Verisk Maplecroft, four cities in South Africa are now JOINT-FIRST in their Serious Crime Risk Index.

    The infamous Mamelodi Day hospital has come under fire after a 13-year-old boy was allegedly raped at the hospital by another patient.

    This is terrible! First a gunshot, then a baby’s cry that led residents to a dirt road near Laezonia, where the mother’s lifeless body was discovered.

    TODAY’S LATEST NEWS IN SOUTH AFRICA, Monday 30 May

    WARNING: Waves of between 4m -6m expected due to damaging winds

    A warning was issued by the South African Weather Services (SAWS) for waves of between 4m -6m due to damaging winds along the coast of KZN on Sunday evening and Monday. 

    EThekwini Municipality‘s spokesperson Msawakhe Mayisela said the city is on high alert. 

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    “Emergency personnel are on standby after SAWS has issued a stern warning on the probability of damaging gale force winds along the coast of KZN on Monday morning. The city has been cited as one of the areas along the coast that are likely to bear the brunt of these winds.” 

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    BREAKING: Cyril Ramaphosa and the government get HACKED!

    resident Cyril Ramaphosa has just had his personal details HACKED – where he lives, his ID and cellphone number! Who are these hackers and what do they want?

    READ | South Africa is getting a NEW official language – taking us up to 12!

    Yes, you read that correctly. Our president has just had his personal details hacked into.

    It’s not everyday you hear hackers breach government but it has happened to Ramaphosa. Our president has just had some very important personal details revealed. The hackers managed to identify the private IP addresses of the government’s servers, their domains, and Internet service providers.

    Click here to read more.

    Boy raped in hospital while awaiting surgery – mother tells it all

    The infamous Mamelodi Day hospital has come under fire after a 13-year-old boy was allegedly raped at the hospital by another patient.

    The boy was admitted to the hospital after he injured his leg while playing soccer with his friends. From the information shared with the Rekord by the boy’s mother, the incident took place on 14 May 2022. 

    She said her son was in a ward with three male patients. One of them allegedly crept up on the boy, held a knife to his throat, got on top of the boy’s bed and raped him. 

    Click here to read more.

    FOUR cities in SA now considered amongst ‘world’s most dangerous’

    Another ‘most dangerous’ award for Mzansi, is it? According to a group of international security experts at Verisk Maplecroft, four cities in South Africa are now JOINT-FIRST in their Serious Crime Risk Index.

    The [email protected] Security Index, which ranks 579 urban centres with a population over one million on their exposure to a range of threats, weighs up a number of factors, ranging from ‘terror prospects’ to ‘conflict intensity’.

    So it’s perhaps all too gut-wrenchingly familiar that some of South Africa’s largest hubs feature amongst the criminal havens. Verisk Maplecroft have named Cape Town, Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg, and Pretoria at the top of the tree.

    Click here to read more.

    Baby found crying HYSTERICALLY on murdered mother’s body

    First a gunshot then a baby’s cry that led residents to a dirt road near Laezonia, where the mother’s lifeless body was discovered.

    The discovery was made on Friday around 19:00, on Pretorius Street.  According to information by CERT-SA, a local resident heard what sounded like a gunshot near his home.

    When they went to investigate, they could hear a baby crying, in the grass next to the road. 

    Click here to read more.

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