21.5.2020 03:36 pm
Albert Fritz said the young officer reached out to fellow community members in need on the Kraailove WhatsApp group to nominate needy families and they responded.
MEC for community safety in the Western Cape Albert Fritz said he was grateful for Pineslopes police Constable Kwayo Louw, 23, for his great contribution to the community by delivering food parcels, out of his own pocket, to five families in need in Kraaifontein.
It has been eight weeks now and they are hoping that Emirates will resume flights from Bratislava soon.
Dr Jeanne Tarrant, known locally as the ‘Frog Lady’, works for the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) where she manages the Threatened Amphibian Programme.
KwaDukuza municipality spokesperson Sipho Mkhize says reopening the Ballito promenade is not a discussion they are currently having.
Eskom expressed concern about the increase in the vandalism, theft and illegal operations on its electricity infrastructure in residential areas.
The cause of death remains unknown for now.
It is still a mystery how the family got infected as they had reportedly taken precautions.
The city’s existing relief programme reportedly already offers rebates on all municipal account services that include property rates, water, electricity and refuse removal.
A small number of people took up position on the walkway alongside Muizenberg’s famous beach at Surfer’s Corner.
An inquest docket has been opened to confirm the cause of their death.
Video footage of the rescue shows snake catcher Nick Evans gripping the venomous snake with his tongs, before expertly removing it from the truck.
Funds will now be released to beneficiaries’ accounts and can even be accessed from 5 May going forward.
Even though fishing was declared an essential service, the closure of domestic restaurants has hit small scale fishers hard and many struggle to find a market for their catch.
As thousands of residents queued for food parcels, they used this opportunity to charge people to transport their food parcels home.
Access to roads leading to mountain’s national park have been closed following an influx of Capetonians taking advantage of Level 4 lockdown regulations allowing them to exercise.