22.4.2019 12:36 pm
Traffic is expected to increase in the region this afternoon, after the last Moria church service.
Motorists are advised that the N1 bypass that joins the R71 in Polokwane has been turned into a one way as a means of alleviating traffic, reports Polokwane Review.
An irate resident allegedly planted a two-metre tree, which has since been removed, in Rietfontein on Monday night.
The KZN Blind and Deaf Society plans to ensure that disabled residents in KZN are not being discriminated against.
The informal recyclers, who operate by the roadside, are to be moved to more formal places where they can conduct their business without harming the environment.
The majority of the new recruits will be deployed in Bonteheuwel, Bishop Lavis, and Valhalla Park.
About 500 uncollected licenses are currently at the Silverton police station, which means firearm owners may be operating without licenses.
The young man has displayed nothing but dedication and persistence to reach his goals.
A pamphlet doing the rounds says roads in the area would be blocked from Monday until Friday.
Councillors urge residents to become active citizens and to be ‘anti-vandalism ambassadors for the city’.
Planet Fitness celebrated the two men by awarding them with cash and goodies, as well as some instructive courses.
The woman arrived at the shopping centre and told a taxi driver she was going to the bathroom, before jumping from the building.
Police said the deceased looked as though his belt caught on a spikey fence, and he got strangled by his T-shirt, but an inquest docket has been opened.
Various streets around Tshwane House will be closed for a parade before proceedings start at midday.
The course was offered free to Pikitup emloyees through a partnership agreement between Pikitup and the Road Accident Fund (RAF).
Hornlee residents were called upon not to vote for any of the parties who voted for prepaid water meters in ‘only non- white areas’.