11.8.2020 08:42 pm
In February, a miner died at the mine in a scraper winch accident.
A Harmony Gold employee has been killed in an accident at the company’s Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville in Gauteng, the company said on Tuesday.
The paramedics found the Audi caught up in flames with two entrapped occupants upon arrival.
Two women – the child’s mother and a relative – sustained injuries.
Chantelle Matthews, 8, of Hillside, Grabouw, in the Western Cape died after she is believed to have stepped on an open live wire left by people making illegal electrical connections.
Aggressive behaviour on the road is not a singular event, but a build-up of emotions, which could potentially be heightened during the pandemic, especially as the economy opens for business.
Asanda Ngcobo and Olona Ndebele, both 13, were walking next to the road when a car in the convoy allegedly knocked them down and dragged them for several metres.
The surviving girl was treated and airlifted to hospital, while the driver of the car was not injured.
The elderly man reportedly collapsed while in the water from unknown causes.
The hippopotamus was crossing the eastbound towards westbound and is believed to have come out of the river.
The boy had sustained serious injuries to his one leg as well as his chest, leaving him in a serious condition.
The driver swerved to avoid the dog; however, he lost control of his vehicle which left the road, travelled down an embankment and overturned.
Police spokesperson Colonel Thembeka Mbhele said that an inquest docket was opened at KwaDukuza police station for investigation.
The vehicle was found submerged in the dam between the Snake Park and the Hartbeespoort Dam bridge.
The bakkie was travelling on the R102 eastbound near King Shaka International Airport.