23.7.2019 12:22 pm
Since last Tuesday, news of the death of Hennie de Beer had spread on various social media platforms.
It came as a shock to some residents of Pretoria when a well-known beggar who was thought dead turned out to still be alive, though in hospital, reports the Pretoria Moot Rekord.
Hammanskraal West Extension 10 residents have been in dire need of water, sanitation, and electricity for many years.
Police believe the incident was an accident and have urged the community to be more vigilant after the toddler succumbed to his extensive injuries.
Police divers have initiated a search for more bodies that could possibly still be submerged.
‘It is understood that the man crashed off the side of the trail after taking a jump on the downhill course.’
‘Bags of faeces were lined up as we entered the property and the stench was difficult to stand.’
Due to the nature of the man’s injuries, a medical helicopter was called to the scene to airlift him to hospital
Paramedics arrived at the scene at 9.17pm to find that two occupants from one car had been ejected.
SA Airlink is not ‘closing the door’ permanently, as it believes the route is important and potentially profitable in the future.
The faces of the children in the pediatric ward lit up when they received the gifts. They were all smiles and their laughter filled the ward.
Volunteers will pack enough meals to feed about 59 000 preschool children three times a week for the school year.
Residents are complaining that they are expected to pay for something they did not agree to.