12.12.2019 01:10 pm
Many gravel roads in the Kruger Park have been closed due to heavy rainfall.
SANParks has announced that several gravel roads inside Kruger National Park are closed due to the current rainfall.
Local snake catcher Nick Evans was called out on November 29 to catch the snake, which had curled itself up around the plumbing behind a toilet.
The Witbank Dam’s sluices being opened on Tuesday resulted in residents from the Mpumalanga town being trapped indefinitely.
Residents were asked to be vigilant and expect flooding yesterday, with special warnings issued to the Olifants River Lodge.
The four rangers were arrested and granted bail for two separate poaching-related incidents in January and February.
Nine-year-old Siyabonga Scheepers was apparently shooting birds with a sling with his friends when he stood barefoot on an illegal electrical line.
The setback will put additional pressure on the N2, with the M4 reparations only expected to be completed in the new year.
The whole town experienced a blackout on Monday afternoon as members of the fire brigade rushed to stifle the source of the fire at the Gholfsig substation.
Informal settlements along the N12 were also reportedly underwater and large parts of Potchefstroom had no electricity on Sunday.
The Klein Olifants River is flooding a low-water bridge on the N11, making it impossible for vehicles to cross.
According to residents, the fire was started by a man who was robbed by a prostitute.
The animal welfare organisation thanked the person who took the time to call and alert it.
The 53-year-old man was taken to hospital, where he is recuperating.
An eyewitness says the dogs were not attacking anybody or behaving aggressively when they were allegedly fatally shot.
Police are not yet sure how the children died or if it is related to the meal they shared and are waiting for post mortem results to confirm the cause of death.