The truck driver from Isando woke up to a surprise of his life and this was definitely something that he least expected because it would have serious consequences for the truck driver who was driving this truck, he did the right thing by getting out of the truck and checking the wheels and ensuring that everything was in order before thinking about moving the truck.
South Africans always make sure that they take advantage of the situation that is happening in front of them, they never let an opportunity to look go without putting it to good use. If a truck transporting a huge stock breaks down near their area, they do their best to help the truck by offloading the load to make sure that it continues with the journey without any heavy load weighing on it.
In a video circulating posted on Twitter, a South African Brewery truck has been looted, on Steel Street in Isando in Johannesburg. People can be seen running to and fro carrying beer cases. In the video shared by Vehicle Trackers the truck with two trailers, one trailer is already empty while people are busy emptying the second trailer of the truck.
South African people have come under so much criticism over their stance on the issue of illegal immigration. This has caused a whole lot of controversy which is currently making it a bit difficult for foreigners and citizens to coexist. For sometime now, there has been serious agitation from South African people demanding that immigrants should return back to their home country in order to create employment chances for them.
The Isando truck driver woke up to the shock of his life, something he had no reason to suspect would have such dire consequences. Nonetheless, he did the right thing by checking the wheels and making sure everything was in order before even considering moving the truck.
Chaos on the Steel streets follows after the truck that transport alcohol getting looted by motorists, it's unclear what happened to the truck and got stuck at the Steel streets but a video of the scene was taken by another motorists. According to the information given the truck was getting looted by the motorists and the crowd began to rise as they continued to come and stop at the scene, loot the truck.
Before there terms 'slay queens' and 'blessers' were fashionable there was Mandla Mthembu and Khanyi Mbau. This former couple introduced most us to what we call 'Flex' or 'The high life' they were staying in a fancy Sandton penthouse, driving matching Lamborghinis. Life was good for the super-rich couple until Mandla lost it all and as such, they were all broke. Were kicked out of their home, then the cars were repossessed. His financial woes started around 2009. By 2010 he was allegedly kicked out from Croydon
32-year old man believed to be a mastermind in cash-in-transit heist has been arrested at Tembha khosa outside ivory park tembisa . Provincial Police spokesperson Lt Colonel Mamedja said “the police arrested the suspect in the early hours of Sunday morning during the Intelligence led Joint Tactical Operation comprising operatives derived from Crime Intelligence, the Provincial Tracking Team and the Provincial Investigation Unit. The suspect is believed to have been part of a group of armed robbers who blew
Six truck loads of alcohol stolen from Isando through an armed robbery. One truck broke down at Giloolys, almost all of the load was looted. It was said that the company should have known that this was likely to happen especially when people are seriously looking for liquor, if the company was transporting it from production site they should have escorted the trucks with security. Some twerps surprised and were saying that they thought alcohol transportation was banned, it was clarified that distribution to
on the Barbara off-ramp close to Isando, .It is believed the assailant pointed the firearm, which later turned out to be a toy gun at the motorist in an attempt to hijack him.
source:https://www.dailysun.co.za/News/eff-breaks-the-law-20210927 During the celebration’s election billboard unveiling in Isando, Ekurhuleni on Monday, 27 September, EFF secretary-popular Marshall Dlamini stated it was not genuine that the tents have been not removed on time. “We were there within the morning. Last night we moved all those matters that had been there and all our system.
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Most likely explanation as why were 6 whole trucks parked with full loads? If the thieves loaded the trucks, how was that possible without anybody noticing. The company should have known that this was likely to happen especially when pple are seriously looking for liquor, if the company was transporting it from production site they shld hv escorted the trucks with security.But the English here ne...... Thugs came with 6 trucks to steal alcohol from the depo and one of the trucks broke down during getaway, resulting
As the country is facing yet another alcohol ban, many thirsty alcohol consumers have found themselves wondering when the ban will be lifted. Some go to the extend of buying from the black market at exorbitant prices just so they can get something down their thirsty throats. Before Ramaphosa delivered the news to them, a lot of people already had the heads up and knew that there were many possibilities that the ban will be imposed immediately, so they went out in numbers to ensure that they are sorted for New
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All things considered, that is one approach to get around the liquor boycott – however we can't state we affirm of this conduct. A gathering of equipped looters have focused on a truck in Isando, close to Johannesburg's OR Tambo Airport. The trying strike occurred on Sunday, after hooligans accessed a 'superlink' lorry that was shipping alcohol. Six truck heaps of liquor taken from Isando: Armed theft. One truck stalled at Giloolys. A large portion of the heap was plundered. pic.twitter.com/1nASbgy8Va