A cash in transit heist accused pulled a shocker in court after he alleged there was a witness who could clear his name. Lusanda Ludziya who is being represented by Chris Nel said he now has an alibi. In March Ludziya, 35, along with Sonwabo Gcuwa, 39, and Simthembile Qhongoshani, 35, were found guilty on a charge of murder, two counts of attempted murder, robbery with aggravating circumstances, and one count each for the illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition.
In court, a cash-in-transit heist suspect pulled a surprise by claiming that a witness may clear his name. Chris Nel's client, Lusanda Ludziya, claims to have an alibi. They were all convicted guilty in March of charges that included murder, attempted murder, robbery with aggravating circumstances, and illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition against Ludziya and Sonwabo Gcuwa and Simthembile Qhongoshani.
It is no secret that South Africans have had enough of foreigners from all African countries doing as they pleased in their country and even though, politicians are shielding foreigners and calling them their brothers, all operations formed by South Africans are adamant about the mass deportation of all illegal foreigners.
A cash on the manner in which heist charged pulled a shocker in court after he avowed there was a spectator who could exhibit his guiltlessness. Lusanda Ludziya who is being tended to by Chris Nel said he as of now has a support. In March Ludziya, 35, close by Sonwabo Gcuwa, 39, and Simthembile Qhongoshani, 35, were found responsible on a charge of crime, two counts of tried murder, burglary with aggravating circumstances, and one count each for the unlawful responsibility for weapon and ammunition.
Date: 22 May 2022 After turmoil broke out at Effingham Secondary School in KwaZulu-Natal on Thursday, May 19, classes were suspended. A video of a student being dragged by an ADT security officer with a weapon leveled at her has gone viral. A white police officer is shown brandishing a weapon towards an unarmed black male student.
A White South African Has Opted To Pay A R10 000 Fine Instead Of Serving 5 Years In Prison (See Why)
A White South African Johan Venter, a former fidelity security guard in George, has opted to pay a R10 000 fine instead of serving 5 years in prison for stealing a bag with R100 000. In November he transported 107 bags containing cash from the fidelity base to SBV depot, while only 106 bags were booked in.
(Source: Twitter.com - @fumbanele) Social media has saw terrifying visuals of students being threatened by law enforcement officers. If you thought being a student means that you're just going to school to learn, then you have to think again. Since, there's always internal trials and tribulations that students have to face at schools.
Philemon Lukhele is a 39-year-old is an ANC member. His car was also reportedly used to dump the body and one of his guesthouses is where Hillary was allegedly assaulted and raped. Philemon is an exiled Swazi who is a member of the People’s United Democratic Movement (PUDEMO).
After a video of a security officer pointing a handgun at a teenager went viral, KwaZulu-Natal Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu launched an investigation into charges of "police violence" at Effingham Secondary School in Durban. Mshengu acknowledged his department was looking into the matter on Friday. "I formed a two-person team to investigate the incident of police brutality against Effingham High School students.
An ex employee at Fidelity was arrested and sentenced to 5 years in prison and given an ultimatum of paying a R10 000 fine. This is for stealing a bag which had R100 000 in it from the employer. The Hawks say this man stole the bag last year in November. On the 20th of November, the suspect was transporting 107 bags that had money from the base at Fidelity to AND depot. Out of the 107 bags; only 106 bags were reported at the BAG depot. An internal investigation was then initiated, the suspect then confessed
https://www.facebook.com/136956534616/posts/10160838354414617/?app=fbl Johan Venter, a former Fidelity guard, stole the bag carrying R100,000 in November of last year. fredlin adriaan photo In the George regional court on Wednesday, a former Fidelity security guard was found guilty and sentenced to five years in prison with the possibility of a R10,000 fine for stealing a bag containing R100,000 from his employer.
A previous Fidelity safety officer was indicted and condemned to five years' detainment with a choice of a R10,000 fine in the George territorial court on Wednesday for taking a pack containing R100,000 from his boss. Birds of prey representative Zinzi Hani said 31-year-old Johan Venter took the pack in November last year. "On November 20, the denounced moved 107 packs containing cash from the Fidelity base to SBV station, yet just 106 sacks were reserved in at the stop. "During an interior examination, Venter
On Wednesday, a former Fidelity security guard was found guilty of stealing a bag containing R100,000 from his company and sentenced to five years in prison with the possibility of a R10,000 fine at the George regional court. Johan Venter, 31, stole the luggage in November last year, according to Hawks spokesperson Zinzi Hani. "On November 20, the defendants transferred 107 bags containing cash from the Fidelity base to the SBV depot, but only 106 bags were checked in." Venter confessed to taking the money after
Throughout the breeding season, male Thoropa taophora frogs mate with the same two females. De Sá, Fábio The only amphibian discovered to mate exclusively with the same two females throughout its breeding season is a species of frog belonging to the Brazilian Atlantic rainforest. Thorapa taophora tadpoles from the same breeding place – or seep – always had the same father and one of two mothers, according to Fábio de Sá of So Paulo State University in Brazil and his colleagues, implying a fidelity mating system similar to that seen in mammals, birds, and fish.
Philemon Lukhele (pictured) is one of the suspects who was arrested by police in the murder case of Hillary Gardee . It may not be known at this stage that he allegedly played , but what is known is that he worked in the office of the ANC Chief whip as a manager .
A cash on the way heist charged pulled a stunner in court after he asserted there was an observer who could demonstrate his innocence. Lusanda Ludziya who is being addressed by Chris Nel said he presently has a vindication. In March Ludziya, 35, alongside Sonwabo Gcuwa, 39, and Simthembile Qhongoshani, 35, were tracked down guilty on a charge of homicide, two counts of endeavored murder, robbery with disturbing conditions, and one count each for the unlawful ownership of a gun and ammo.
Hillary Gardee was Godrich Gardee’s firstborn daughter, born in Lagos, Nigeria, in 1994. She was an IT specialist. Hillary was killed by unknown suspects and she was found dead in Mbombela next to Sabie. It was revealed that an employee in the Mpumalanga ANC chief whip's office was arrested In Connection To Hillary Gardee’s Murder.
Source: https://www.heraldlive.co.za/weekend-post/your-weekend/2022-05-06-convicted-cash-in-transit-robber-claims-to-have-an-alibi-witness/ After claiming there was a witness who could clear his name, a cash-in-transit heist suspect pulled a surprise in court. Chris Nel's client Lusanda Ludziya stated that he now had an alibi. Ludziya, 35, was found guilty of murder, two counts of attempted murder, robbery with aggravating circumstances, and one count of illegal possession of a pistol and ammunition in March.
A former Fidelity security watch was indicted and condemned to five years' detainment with a choice of a R10,000 fine in the George provincial court on Wednesday for taking a pack containing R100,000 from his manager. Falcons representative Zinzi Hani said 31-year-old Johan Venter took the sack in November last year.
Young electrician falls 9 meters through roof on concrete floor. The incident is believed to have occurred at 15.00 hrs the DFW Northern Paarl received a call about the electrician who fell through the roof onto a concrete floor, the incident had since left him badly injured. Emergency services were quickly contacted in order to make it to the scene and assist the patient and that is exactly what they did, the ambulance was dispatched and they did manage to stabilize the patient before moving him to hospital where he is going to get further healthcare intervention.