Two trains have collided in Germiston this morning. Multiple injuries have been reported.

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19 June 2018
2 passenger trains collide near Johannesburg in South Africa, injuring about 200 people, medics say; no reports of fatalities
Two trains have collided in Germiston this morning. Multiple injuries have been reported.
A train service official says 14 people have been killed following a passenger train crash in Free State province in South Africa
South Africa: train on fire after colliding with a truck between Hennenman and Kroonstad in FreeState. Reports: 200 people sustain injuries
Passenger train and truck collide near Kroonstad in South Africa, killing at least 4 people and injuring as many as 100 - medics
Petrol attendant shot and killed in an armed robbery in Mahikeng
Petrol attendant shot and killed in an armed robbery in Mahikeng
"It was tough, rowdy and nearly collapsed the conference" - ANC's Enoch Godongwana describing debate on land expropriation with/without compensation. #ANC54
Cyril Ramaphosa wins South Africa's ANC presidential election, and probably will the next President
South Africa's rail operator Metrorail has announced that services on Cape Town's central line were suspended after damage to several mini sub-stations, cables and back-up batteries
Tight race as South Africa's ANC prepares to elect Zuma successor
At least 36 dead from Listeria outbreak in SA
Listeriosis: Motsoaledi says out of the 557 cases they're certain of the final outcome for 70 cases. Of these 70 cases that have been traced, 36 people have died following the Listeriosis outbreak in SA. SF
6 month ago
Zuma says South Africa and Morocco will resume diplomatic ties: media
S&P downgrades South Africa's local currency debt to 'junk' status
South African appeals court increases Oscar Pistorius sentence to a period of 13 and five years
AP witness: Zimbabwe's incoming leader Mnangagwa has departed South Africa for his return
South African president Jacob Zuma says he is "cautiously optimistic" the situation in Zimbabwe will be resolved amicably
Mugabe meets with regional envoys in Harare: South Africa govt
Zimbabwe: SA delegation in Harare meeting President Robert Mugabe now
7 month ago
South Africa to send envoys to Zimbabwe over crisis: Zuma
7 month ago
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is "confined to his home," South African President Zuma says after call with Mugabe
7 month ago
South Africa's Zuma says Mugabe under house arrest: statement
7 month ago
Zimbabwe President Jacob Zuma, on behalf of SADC, has noted with great concern the unfolding political situation in the Republic of Zimbabwe.
#Presidentskeepers Pauw says President Zuma has destroyed crime intelligence to protect himself.
State security agency says Zuma book must be recalled
A mass shooting on the N11 near Ladysmith, believed to be taxi violence related, has left 11 dead (another person has died of his injuries since the first story went out) and many injured. The shooting took place this morning at the Matiwaneskop N11 intersection. A private security vehicle linked to the Klipriver Taxi Association was ambushed, with five people inside the vehicle killed.
Johannesburg: A police officer has been wounded while another is being held hostage after a shooting in Kyalami. Officials say that at least two suspects hijacked the cops near a shopping mall in the Midrand area on Tuesday morning.7 month ago
Johannesburg: A police officer has been wounded while another is being held hostage after a shooting in Kyalami. Officials say that at least two suspects hijacked the cops near a shopping mall in the Midrand area on Tuesday morning.
13 vehicles involved in this collision near Middelburg. Two trucks crashed. 2 people hospitalized
10 killed, 7 injured in Limpopo collision7 month ago
10 killed, 7 injured in Limpopo collision
Mpumalanga crash claims five lives7 month ago
Mpumalanga crash claims five lives
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