21.1.2021 02:15 pm
The video depicts one officer whipping a yet-to-be-identified man with a sjambok while another searches and slaps a second victim, in the presence of a third officer.
The two victims who were assaulted by police officers on camera have been found.
Operations at the club have temporarily been suspended and the establishment is expected to re-open on Friday, 6 November 2020.
The quake, which was felt from Istanbul to Athens, hit close to the Turkish resort city of Izmir, and has so far killed four people, and injured 120.
Mckenzie says he and his partner were employed by the company responsible for the mine, but have had nothing to do with them for at least 11 years.
Regardless of the latest ruling, the NSPCA said they are committed to continue pursuing an ‘outright ban’ for the live export of sheep ‘from South Africa across the equator’.
Smith faces charges related to fraud and corruption linked to dealings he had with corruption-accused officials at Bosasa, now known as African Global Operations.
Confirming sensitive discussions were taking place on Sunday, the airline said it was currently operating as normal.
A SANParks spokesperson says most parks were fully booked and advised patrons to confirm availability to avoid disappointment.
According to a spokesperson, the first fire started at night when no staff were on the premises and so was implausible to suspect any staff were involved.
The fire reportedly broke out in the Berg en Dal restaurant kitchen and spread to the dining hall, but was put out before further damage was done to the facility.
JMPD spokesperson Wayne Minnaar said the accident involved one truck transporting scrap metal from Zambia to Gauteng, who collided with a pole and died at the scene.
Cope criticises the swearing-in of the former mayor as an MPL while she faces serious charges of fraud and corruption.
Due to the death of the prime suspect, no court appearances in connection with the Mthwalume murders will take place on Monday.
SAB and the SA Medical Research Council both called for a balanced approach to the ban. But infrastructure upgrades and capital investment worth R2.5 billion have just been cancelled for the alcohol producers.