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They will finally leave? Look what Nigerians in Kempton Park were spotted doing.

The South African government is gradually putting an end to double-dealing in the country. This should be reflected in the number of activities aimed at removing unfit individuals from the Informal Trading Area. A few weeks earlier, in Johannesburg's De Villiers Road and surrounding roadways, the process to remove unlicensed street vendors from South Africa began.

  19 hours ago ago
They will finally leave? Look what Nigerians in Kempton Park were spotted doing.

SOCIETY

They will finally leave? Look what Nigerians in Kempton Park were spotted doing.

Source:https://twitter.com/Anichin33784174/status/1558423862848675840?t=3nNW-b8Njt6ePsdpzJU-Mg&s=19 The South African authority is steadily finishing the times of double-dealing in the country. This should be visible in the quantity of tasks pointed toward dislodging unfit people from the Informal exchanging area. The activity to remove unapproved casual merchants from South Africa began in Johannesburg few weeks prior in De Villiers Road and encompassing roads.

  3 days ago ago
They will finally leave? Look what Nigerians in Kempton Park were spotted doing.

SOCIETY

Unauthorized Roasted Meat Seller Run for His Life after JMPD Chase Informal Traders Away from Roads

The Johannesburg specialists are increasing work to end unapproved road exchanging which has come about to impediment of vehicular and person on foot development. The issue of road exchanging has been an enormous cause of stress in light of the job it play in littering of downtown area with soil.

  19 hours ago ago
Unauthorized Roasted Meat Seller Run for His Life after JMPD Chase Informal Traders Away from Roads

SOCIETY

Unauthorized Roasted Meat Seller Run for His Life after JMPD Chase Informal Traders Away from Roads

The Johannesburg authorities are intensifying effort to end unauthorized street trading which has resulted to obstruction of vehicular and pedestrian movement. The issue of street trading has been a huge source of worry because of the role it play in littering of city center with dirt. We would recall that few weeks ago members of Johannesburg Metropolitan Police in collaboration with City of Joburg officials commenced clearing operation at the popular De Villiers street in a bid to decongest the road which was illegally occupied by informal traders.

  3 days ago ago
Unauthorized Roasted Meat Seller Run for His Life after JMPD Chase Informal Traders Away from Roads

OTHERS

Mapula Florah Manaka (40) has been sentenced to 27 years for murder of her husband Archie Manaka

POLOKWANE - The Limpopo Division of the High Court had today condemned the blamed, Mapula Florah Manaka (40) to 27 years detainment for organizing the homicide of her better half Archie Manaka, matured 43, during an episode that happened in April 2020. The High Court in Polokwane heard that the departed's better half and her beau plotted a homicide against her significant other who was an IT Specialist in Polokwane. On 08 April 2020, the departed was gone after and cut a few times at his home in Moletjie, Ga-Makweya,

  1 day ago ago
Mapula Florah Manaka (40) has been sentenced to 27 years for murder of her husband Archie Manaka

SOCIETY

Tension as Home Affairs Invade Yeoville with 20 Trucks, Raid Shops Owned by Illegal Immigrants

The government of South Africa has ramped up its efforts to crack down on illegal immigration and business. There are now fewer places where illegal foreigners and domestic criminals can hide. This comes after months of complaints from locals about the behavior of immigrants and refugees. When it comes to cities with a large number of illegal immigrants participating in various criminal activities to survive, Johannesburg is not an exception.

  4 days ago ago
Tension as Home Affairs Invade Yeoville with 20 Trucks, Raid Shops Owned by Illegal Immigrants

SOCIETY

Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

The Johannesburg authorities are putting in more effort to clear the city of illegal structures built on unauthorized places within the city center which has been exposing road users to accident. This operation started few weeks ago and it has recorded a whole lot of success within the shortest possible time.

  7 days ago ago
Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Nigerians Doing Business in KemptonPark are Allegedly Frustrated, They now Sit Outside Doing Nothing

South African authorities are working to abolish the practice of exploitation in the country. You can see this in the many operations conducted to remove unqualified people from the informal trading sector. Several weeks ago, an operation to remove illegal informal traders from South Africa's De Villiers Road and neighboring streets began.

  3 days ago ago
Nigerians Doing Business in KemptonPark are Allegedly Frustrated, They now Sit Outside Doing Nothing

SOCIETY

Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

Johannesburg's city government is making a concerted effort to remove unpermitted buildings from the city's core, where they pose a danger to pedestrians and motorists. This project kicked off a few weeks ago, and it has already accomplished a great deal. If you'll recall, the Johannesburg city government and the Metropolitan Police Department launched a cleanup operation on De Villiers street and the surrounding neighborhood because of the roadblocking effects of informal vendors who had been operating there unlawfully.

  4 days ago ago
Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

OTHERS

Mayor Fears The Angry Tembisa Residents, This Happened

https://www.facebook.com/113801927027830/posts/pfbid0skCozpq4jg9oHBCySL2nR2KBvXFf4syZRm2qyRtLmZrNHchNpBnrrUYypMg5HcZil/?app=fbl MAYOR’S SNUB STOKES THE FLAMES OF UNREST IN TEMBISA 4th Aug 2022 Just minutes after Ekurhuleni Mayor Tania Campbell left Tembisa on Wednesday afternoon, angry residents lit fires across the township to stoke the violent protests for a third consecutive day. That morning, residents had piled into the Mehlareng Stadium, eagerly waiting to be addressed by the mayor, who was joined by Gauteng’s MEC for Human Settlements, Urban Planning and Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Lebohang Maile.

  14 days ago ago
Mayor Fears The Angry Tembisa Residents, This Happened

SOCIETY

R3.5 Million Counterfeit Cash Busted in Fake Money Making Laboratory by Tshwane Metro Police

The South African security apparatus have developed zero tolerance for all forms of lawlessness especially those that sabotage the economy and integrity of our country in the international community. For close to a decade, we have seen a surge in the number of crimes being carried out in the country.

  4 days ago ago
R3.5 Million Counterfeit Cash Busted in Fake Money Making Laboratory by Tshwane Metro Police

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Nigerians Doing Business in KemptonPark are Allegedly Frustrated, They now Sit Outside Doing Nothing

The South African government is working to abolish the practice of exploitation throughout the country. It is evident from the numerous operations conducted to remove unqualified individuals from the informal trading sector. There has been an ongoing effort in Johannesburg's De Villiers Road and other areas to remove unlicensed informal sellers from South Africa.

  4 days ago ago
Nigerians Doing Business in KemptonPark are Allegedly Frustrated, They now Sit Outside Doing Nothing

SOCIETY

Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

The Johannesburg specialists are investing more energy to get the city free from unlawful designs based on unapproved places inside the downtown area which has been presenting street clients to mishap. This activity began not many weeks prior and it has recorded a ton of progress inside the briefest conceivable time.

  5 days ago ago
Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

SOCIETY

Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

The Johannesburg authorities are exerting more effort to cleanse the city of unlawful constructions erected in unapproved locations within the city center, which have been endangering drivers. This operation began a few weeks ago and has achieved a great deal of success in record speed. Recall that the Johannesburg authorities, in partnership with the Metropolitan Police Department, initiated a clearing operation in De Villiers Street and other nearby locations where informal traders had occupied illegally, resulting in road obstruction, in order to remove the illegal occupants.

  6 days ago ago
Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

OTHERS

Residents shuts down Tembisa. Here is why?

https://twitter.com/JacaNews/status/1553974440698040320?t=yV-P4oInnNJQHkkN3nMiZA&s=19 On Monday morning, people of Tembisa took to the streets in yet another show of protest, shutting down the city. Residents are upset because Ekurhuleni Mayor Tania Campbell did not show up to a community meeting on Friday. The meeting was scheduled for noon.

  18 days ago ago
Residents shuts down Tembisa. Here is why?

SOCIETY

Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

Authorities in Johannesburg are ramping up their efforts to remove unsafe constructions from the city center that have been erected in unapproved locations. A lot of progress has been made in a relatively short amount of time since this operation began a few weeks ago. The Johannesburg government and the Metropolitan Police Department had previously begun a clearance operation in the area around De Villiers Street, which informal traders had illegally occupied and was obstructing traffic.

  5 days ago ago
Informal Traders on the Run as Police Dismantle Illegal Structures Built on Road Sidewalk and Gutter

SOCIETY

Tension as Home Affairs Invade Yeoville with 20 Trucks, Raid Shops Owned by Illegal Immigrants.

The government of South Africa has ramped up its efforts to crack down on illegal immigration and business. No longer can criminals within the country find a safe haven. After months of complaints about the behaviour of non-native speakers, the government has finally acted. Even if Johannesburg is not the only city in the country with a sizable population of illegal immigrants resorting to various forms of crime for subsistence, it is certainly not unique in this regard.

  6 days ago ago
Tension as Home Affairs Invade Yeoville with 20 Trucks, Raid Shops Owned by Illegal Immigrants.

SOCIETY

SA Police Discovered These Items in a House Near Where Cash-In-Transit Robbery Took Place

A residence close to the location where a Cash-In-Transit robbery took place was searched by law enforcement personnel, and they found sophisticated ammunition in there, including an AK-47 riffle. In addition to this, a number of live rounds of ammunition were located and collected. Nine Cash-In-Transit thieves have been apprehended, according to the information that was distributed by the police department on their official Twitter account.

  8 days ago ago
SA Police Discovered These Items in a House Near Where Cash-In-Transit Robbery Took Place

JUSTICE

VIDEO : A person shot dead during the ongoing protests in Tembisa

Some South Africans use protests to make sure that the right people hear what they have to say and care about. It seems to be the only language that people can understand. Protests should be used to make people aware of problems, not to take people's lives, as happened to one protester in Tembisa.

  16 days ago ago
VIDEO : A person shot dead during the ongoing protests in Tembisa

SOCIETY

The City Of Johannesburg Sends A Message For Everyone Who Applied For RDP houses.

The City Of Johannesburg Sends A Message For Everyone Who Applied For RDP houses. The allocation of RDP houses is one of the governments roles in South Africa. The government has to ensure that people have proper housing with proper sanitation and service delivery. Each year people who qualify for RDP houses apply for one in the hopes that they will be allocated a house one day.

  4 months ago ago
The City Of Johannesburg Sends A Message For Everyone Who Applied For RDP houses.