Suspects robbed a Pep store, stole money out of a till, and allegedly robbed a customer of her ring, before fatally shooting a security guard.
Property owners can still appeal the outcome of the objections, which will be escalated to court, after residents vehemently rejected municipal rate increases.
The motorcade will be carried out by the South Africa National Taxi Council and the National Taxi Alliance, and will affect ‘most streets’ in the CBD.
When an emotional Theresa Maree experienced serious car trouble, Rasta Nayela was the only one to stop and assist her.
Residents say they have nowhere to lodge complaints or make enquires after offices of ward councillors in Motherwell were stoned and torched in recent weeks.
Crime at night remains a problem in the settlement because there are no street lights.

IFP leader escapes armed ambush in KZN

Armed gunmen hiding in a bush allegedly fired gunshots at Mbuzeleni Mkhize’s vehicle as he was travelling in Rensburgdrift on Sunday.

Man to cycle over 3,000km from Tzaneen to Tanzania

Reasons behind Nyiko Masango’s epic journey are twofold: he was tired of living a ‘routine life’, and is advocating for fathers to be more present in their children’s lives.

Joburg pointsmen return

Lukhwareni said the Joburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) would be increasing its efforts while the contract extension was being finalised.

High Court hears application for Makhanda council to be dissolved

The UPM is calling for the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs to intervene and appoint an administrator, under section 139 (1) of the Constitution.

Fire crews battle Boksburg candle factory blaze

Rubber and plastic burning has reportedly been burning in windy conditions, making it difficult for firefighters to contain the blaze using water.

McLaren Circus’s ‘outdated’ use of animals sparks controversy in Lowveld

An SPCA inspector says the circus’s permits are in order, and circus owners insist they treat their animals well.

Tshwane mayor commits to R100K donation to family of slain Pretoria taxi driver

Baloyi’s death caused days of violence after local taxi operators started clashing with foreign nationals to avenge their colleague’s death.

Investigation under way after pilot ‘drops off friend’ on OR Tambo Airport runway

Air Traffic Navigation Service says the incident was reported and is being dealt with as a subject of an ongoing investigation.

Case opened after baby dies at crèche in Kempton Park

The mother of the nine-month-old baby says she noticed her child looked weak after fetching him from a daycare centre in Edleen.

Traffic Freeflow pulls pointsmen in Joburg as tender not awarded

‘We took our guys off the street because in order for us to operate, we need permission or contract running,’ said Bheki Zondo, Traffic Freeflow CEO.

Tshwane taxi operators, metro join hands to fight drug scourge

Taxi drivers along with law enforcement and the city of Tshwane will combat crime at hotspots in and around the City.

Eight pupils, teacher hospitalised over fumes from drain at Cape Town school

Cape Town Fire and Rescue Services spokesperson Jermaine Carelse said a vapour cloud formed when liquid chlorine was thrown into a blocked drain.

Man who went missing after wife’s murder found hanged in Durban hotel

Police who tracked down Roland Pillay say they would have preferred to have arrested him and brought him before a court of law.

Skeletal remains of missing Plettenberg Bay teen found

The decomposed body of a teenager who has been missing since April was discovered recently, while a 16-year-old Knysna girl missing in August has been found.

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