17.6.2019 10:12 pm
‘It is absolutely devastating to lose so many young lives in this manner,’ Ramaphosa said in a statement.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday expressed devastation and sadness at the death of 24 people, who died in a road accident on the R81 in Maphalle, Limpopo.
Constable Alfred Mathabatha and his colleagues were on duty when they responded to a hijacking in progress.
A Board of Inquiry will be convened to determine causes of the incident.
One person who had sustained moderate injuries was also transported to a nearby hospital.
Six suspects escaped through the roof of the police cells.
National police commissioner Khehla Sitole welcomed the sentences.
The EFF leader says the party’s secretary general was only performing his revolutionary duty.
The city said its Development Management Department has received 21,943 building plan applications from 1 July 2018 to 31 May 2019.
The commission will also hear aviation related testimony from Director of BNP Capital Daniel Mahlangu.
The rapist was arrested the same day at Sedibe Trust after the victim reported the matter to police.
Two children aged two and 10 sustained critical injuries.
The cause of the accident is still being investigated.
But Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina says she has every right to voice her opinion on the issue of land.