5.8.2020 04:08 pm
Images on social media showed the extent of the damage to the supermarket.
One person was found dead after 15 suspects allegedly bombed a Usave supermarket in Mpumalanga on Wednesday and made off with cash. According to police, it's alleged the suspects bombed the Ehlanzini supermarket in the early hours of the morning.
The cause of the fire remains unknown at this stage.
Outa plans to turn to the courts on the matter and lodge a formal PAIA review application this week in court.
Johannesburg EMS spokesperson Robert Mulaudzi said 30 of the shacks were inside the building, while 20 others were outside.
The incident occurred at the plant at approximately 4am on Thursday.
In Wynberg, a tree fell on a vehicle and branches were strewn across a parking lot.
It is understood that the two vehicles collided with each other at an intersection, sending one of the vehicles in the direction of the boy, who was near the side of the road.
The police say the cause of the fire is unknown at this stage.
The municipality has provided the affected families with food parcels and blankets.
The official NaDraki weather service said the cyclone was offshore south of Fiji’s main island Viti Levu, but passing closer to land than initially expected.
The Mpianzi family’s legal representative, Ian Levitt, was shocked by the move, saying they had not given their blessing for the report to be released.
Four people, including a little girl and baby boy, were killed in a shack fire in Mfuleni in the early hours of Friday morning, bringing to seven the number of people killed in Cape Town fires in less than a week.
All resources have been deployed to stop the inferno burning in the Du Toitskloof Pass near Paarl, which has caused damage to houses and other property in the vicinity, the Cape Winelands District Municipality said on Friday.