9.7.2020 08:22 am
The current situation is that the Tshwane emergency services will only respond to fire, rescue and humanitarian incidents as and when they are reported.
About 300 qualified staff and 78 ambulances have been temporarily put out of action, thanks to a “rush” to provincialise Tshwane’s ambulance services, the DA has claimed.
The explosion in which Mpilo Sibiya, 32, and Likhona Vece, 27, died happened shortly after 04.00am on 2 July, at the sprawling plant in Milnerton.
No fatalities or injuries were reported.
The customer care walk-in centre in Block F Soshanguve would be closed for a day following the incident.
The video shared on Twitter shows Theresa Ratsupa telling the man to call them the k-word again, as he physically assaults them, pushing and hitting them one by one.
Tessa feels that the correct procedures were not followed and that this led to the damage of her house.
“I was in my room washing. Then they threw me outside.” Bulelani Qolani describes how he was dragged naked from his shack.
Fishing has been nothing short of excellent these past few weeks, and this cold snap has forced locals to consider wearing a jersey.
The pregnant woman was attacked by her 36-year-old boyfriend at her home in Taung who stabbed her before killing himself.
Before she knew it, her bag was gone, along with jewellery to the value of R90 000, her cellphone, wallet, cash and cards.
Daring to go where human bathers are prohibited, the hippo was filmed taking a dip before sunbathing on Alkantstrand, Richards Bay.
Stanley Itshegetseng blames Eskom.
Police are urging community member to help them locate the mother of the deceased child.
“We checked our UIF status online and it said we were supposed to get the money.”
A Pietermaritzburg-based organisation has tracked the increase in the prices of basic goods since the start of lockdown, as well as monitoring the desperate measures people resort to in order to put food on the table.