Drunk people can be discovered sleeping in flowerbeds, on pavements, and even in the center of the road late at night in a variety of locations. Some of these drunks are so inebriated that they strip down to their underwear and fall asleep in the street, believing they have already arrived home.
It's been reported that a dozen of people have been shot in the past 24 hours in Cape Town, there are reported shootings happening in places like Manenberg and Hanover Park. This is believed to be a constant incident that is happening in the Cape Town area where a lot of these individuals are basically in a genuine gun fight every day in order to take out the competition, and it seems like this doesn't work.
They writhe, they slither, they burrow and they breed – and for Alwyn and Alet Pieterse they’re lifesavers. Most people don’t really pay worms a second thought but for this couple from Kempton Park, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, these wriggling creatures have rescued them from a life of poverty.
Source: https://twitter.com/EversonLuhanga/status/1529882575287857152?s=20&t=ZEzHI578BDrsmL1Zth9Sag A street vendor popularly known for selling cold drinks to people at the Imbali Taxi Rank has been gruesomely murdered by a security guard at Pietermaritzburg supermarket. The street vendor was shot by the security guard after he went to the supermarket to order more goods.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/25/jabavu-residents-take-to-the-streets-over-electricity-outages?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The occupants of Jabavu in Soweto have rioted over power blackouts nearby. The demonstrators have hindered Elias Motsaoledi street, causing traffic disturbances. Drivers have been cautioned to stay away from the area. "The circumstance is quiet right now other than the street conclusion.
Pretoria—Today is Africa Day, and the EFF is planning to march to the French embassy in Pretoria to demand that the European country leave Africa. "On Africa Day, the EFF will protest outside the French Embassy to demand that France leave the continent," Sinawo Thambo, the national spokesperson for the EFF, told the media. On May 25, 1963, the Organisation of African Union (OAU), which is now called the African Union (AU), was formed in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. This day is now known as Africa Day. The Tshwane
Pick n Pay Group is a retail business in the fast-moving consumer goods industry. The Group operates through multiple store formats under three brands – Pick n Pay, Boxer, and TM Supermarkets. Pick n Pay also operates one of the largest online grocery platforms in sub-Saharan Africa.
South Africans are really fed up with the current attitude of immigrants which clearly depict they are here to dominate and expand their territory in our country. This is evident in the manner in which foreigners colonize a certain location and dominate there, in some case they go as far as renaming some of this places.
Zimbabweans are extraordinarily vivacious, as unambiguous updates have been made on the Zimbabwean high way street. Zimbabwean drivers surrenders pounds, as the Harare-Beitbridge recovery is on course. Dreadful streets have been a critical issue in Zimbabwe. The Harare-Beightbrighe street had different potholes, which were causing different minor mishaps.
South Africans are really fed up with the continuous disposition of laborers which obviously depict they are here to overpower and develop their area in our country. This is obvious in how untouchables colonize a particular region and rule there, for some circumstance they go in basically the same manner as renaming a piece of this spots.
Source: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLc9LuCr/ As people we tend to hide from the truth by admitting to information shared by the people we do not know whether they are telling the truth or not. A Sangoma shared his option about spending your hard earned money on vendors who are selling Muthi on the streets.
For months now, the authorities in Johannesburg have been making frantic effort to deal with the menace of informal trading which has defaced the beautiful city for too long. The police and other sister agencies had successfully ceased people's commodities in a bid to force street vendors to leave the roads but it seems the effort of the law enforcement agents were all in vain.
Vusi Khoza, the provincial secretary for the Economic Freedom Fighters in the KwaZulu Natal province, lost his cool after photographs of metro police seizing the goods of an old street vendor surfaced on the internet. As part of the effort to clean up the streets, the Johannesburg Metro Police Department took the mealies from the vendor who sells roasted maize on the sidewalks and loaded them into a police van.
https://www.iol.co.za/ios/news/farmers-make-a-plan-to-fix-roads-themselves-b263b535-c4e7-4a27-8eaf-15431a911b33?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1653124242 The KwaZulu-Natal Agricultural Union (Kwanalu) said ranchers, burnt out on trusting that neighborhood government will act, have willingly volunteered to fix streets - which they depicted as being "almost closed or close to a condition of breakdown" - for general food security. Story go on underneath Advertisement In the Mid-Illovo
Source: https://twitter.com/vusumuzikhoza/status/1524705410917220352?t=CPNUpMh5lneLVfukD6TObA&s=19 Economic Freedom Fighters provincial secretary in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province, Vusi Khoza lost his cool after pictures of metro police confiscating the products of an elderly street vendor surfaces on the internet. The vendor who sells roasted maize on the pavements had her mealies confiscated by the Johannesburg Metro Police Department and loaded into a police van as part of the campaign to clean up the streets.
Many people were surprised when Moruti Gucci's bedroom appeared to be decked up in designer clothing. Anyone seeing him on the street assumes he has a bedroom that looks just as good as his street persona. His moniker says it all. When you wear Gucci, people assume you have a high-end lifestyle and so expect you to have an equally high-end home.
https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/department-of-mobility-focused-on-taking-drunk-cape-drivers-off-the-streets-bf889f1c-1699-4d32-94c7-6845ea6374a7?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1652877046 The division uncovered its most recent Provincial Traffic Services Operations report which showed a stunning expansion in the quantity of drivers captured for driving impaired. Story go on underneath Advertisement As indicated by the report, from May 9 to 15, 60 drivers were captured for driving impaired.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/06/govt-to-fork-out-r3-billion-to-help-kzn-repair-road-infrastructure-says-mbalula?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter DURBAN - The public vehicle service will distribute R3.1 billion to help with street framework fixes after the new floods in KwaZulu-Natal. The street harm in the territory meaningfully affects KwaZulu-Natal's economy as the conveyance of labor and products have been deferred.
Selena Gomez Taking to TikTok, Selena Gomez poked fun at the fact that she's still single, expressing that she's "totally fine" without being in a relationship while sitting alone next to a couple sharing some PDA. "No, I'm fine. I'm totally fine being single, it's a real thing, it's fine," she said in the video, before moving the camera toward the loved-up couple.
You need a lot of bakkie to impress a bloke who transported heavy loads across southern Africa in lorries and big vans. I am such a bloke — and the Ford Raptor is such a bakkie. Which is why the news from Ford about a Raptor Special Edition for South Africa is of special note.