Life is very fragile. One moment it's there and the next moment it's not there. Having thought she had gotten away with the ultimate crime, a KZN police woman realised that crime does not pay. Having been cornered by police over the assassination of a 36-year-old Eastern Cape state prosecutor last Saturday, the police woman dramatically shot herself in the head when cornered by police hours later and died in hospital on Wednesday evening.
The taxi violence has claimed the lives of two innocent people after would be assasinators targeting a Lusikisiki taxi boss shot the wrong people. Taxi boss Sivuyile Vathu told the Dispatch on Sunday that his vehicle had been sprayed with bullets . He was hit in the arm, chest and his head was grazed by another bullet.
With a humble bundle of SIM cards and a heart stacked with appreciation, Alfred Ncube leaves the Mbotyi River Lodge near Lusikisiki every day with one mission: he really wants to find a course for the parade from Right to Care to get to some of South Africa's most far off networks with their important cargo of Covid-19 antibodies.
The rate at which men are being kidnapped throughout South Africa for ransom has become a cause for concern. Another South African woman has gone to the media pleading for the release of her husband. The woman, who did not want to be named out of fear for her safety, told the Dispatch her husband and father of five, Sibulele Phatho-tambodala, 40, a Transnet employee, had been taken, allegedly by three men from a gathering in France village in Lusikisiki, on Saturday.
The R1.65 billion Msikaba Bridge, which will be worked close to the provincial town of Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape, is relied upon to make 36 000 positions and infuse R4 billion into neighborhood organizations. R120 million had as of now been put resources into little, nearby firms.
The R1.65 billion Msikaba Bridge, which will be built near the rural town of Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape, is expected to create 36 000 jobs and inject R4 billion into local companies. R120 million had already been invested in small, local firms. On Thursday, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced this at a tour of the bridge's under-construction foundation in Lusikisiki.
In this in depth report, eNCA's reporter Desen Thathia looks into what's driving the surge in sexual offenses in Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape #eNCA Lusikisiki vast rural landscape is captivating.Residents will tell you here that, it gets its name from the wind rustling through the grass.
source: https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/r165bn-eastern-cape-bridge-to-create-36-000-jobs-pump-r4bn-into-local-economy-ramaphosa-20210923 The R1.65 billion Msikaba Bridge, which will be built near the rural town of Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape, is expected to create 36 000 jobs and invest R4 billion into the local economy. This is beneficial to the local economy since people will have more money, and the local market will have more money to work with.
(Dramatized picture) Police in Lusikisiki are looking for murder suspects who shot two men aged 35 and 42 at Sakwe Location on Friday 27 August 2021. According to the SAPS news report, On 27 August 2021 at 16:50 a shooting occurred at Nikwe location in Lusikisiki where two aged 35 and 42 people where murdered by unknown suspects, one of the victim belonged to Border Taxi association in the area.
A tourism project that has taken years to establish has finally materialised for Lindiwe Nokhele, who has opened a traditional lodge in Lusikisiki consisting of 20 rondavels. Nokhele, 36, said she started developing her business skills in 2008 after she was retrenched from her job in Kwazulu-natal.
South Africa's high unemployment rates were highlighted this past week and they paint a grim picture. Khanyisa Sigebetu, 28, lost her job in the hospitality industry in March 2020. But the resident of Malizole village in Lusikisiki, who graduated in 2017 with a diploma in building from the Mangosuthu University of Technology, looked for a way to turn her life around.
Shock befell an Eastern Cape family in Lusikisiki after the body they were due to bury suddenly disappeared without a trace. Xoliswa Dingi, 58, died on August 25 at St Elizabeth Hospital in Lusikisiki of Covid-19 complications three days after she was admitted, according to the family.
On Thursday President Cyril Ramaphosa said " Government paid careful attention to the environmental impact in the envisaged N2 Wild Coast road mega project which will link the Eastern Cape with KwaZulu - Natal. Ramaphosa was at Msikaba in Lusikisiki, in Eastern Cape, on Thursday, where he visited the construction site of the multi- billion rand Msikaba bridge.
Johannesburg – President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday said government gave cautious consideration to the natural effect in the imagined N2 Wild Coast street uber project which will interface the Eastern Cape with KwaZulu-Natal. On Thursday, Ramaphosa was at Msikaba in Lusikisiki, in the Eastern Cape, where he visited the building site of the multi-billion rand Msikaba Bridge.
https://www.dailysun.co.za/News/r5k-fines-for-carrying-okapi-at-night-20210811 If spotted carrying blades at night in Sikhulu, Lower Ntafufu, Lusikisiki, Eastern Cape, residents would be fined R5 000. Chief Nomntu Mditshwa stated that the decision was made to reduce crime. Mditshwa explained, "We had to come up with a plan to fight crime in our village and safeguard everyone since there have been a lot of cases where villagers have stabbed each other."
President Cryril Ramaphosa was at Msikaba in Lusikisiki (Eastern Cape) on Thursday. He was visiting the construction site of the multibillion rand Msikaba Bridge. He said the government paid careful attention to the environmental impact in the N2 Wild Coast road mega project which will link the Eastern Cape with KwaZulu-Natal.
A Lusikisiki family was dealt a blow after organizing a dignified send-off for a relative, only to discover her body had gone missing from a local funeral home. According to the family, Xoliswa Dingi, 58, died three days after being taken to St Elizabeth Hospital in Lusikisiki due to Covid-19 problems.
Bheki Cele Speaks of banning alcohol again Lusikisiki Police Station at Eastern cape it seems like they have recorded the highest number in Crime.The incidents of Rape and its overtak ing the Inanda station.Bheki Cele reported the total number of 6 893 of the rape incidents.
Bheki Cele blames alcohol for crime and the upward thrust in covid19 instances Police minister says that if alcohol had been to be banned there could be much less crime in South Africa, he mentioned that 9518 human beings had been ra_ped from January to March.According to Lusikisiki police station in Eastern Cape, they had been recording the best range of ra_pe instances.
The Inanda police headquarters in KwaZulu-Natal, Delft in the Western Cape and the Eastern Cape's Lusikisiki police headquarters recorded the most noteworthy episodes of assault. An aggregate of 10 006 individuals were assaulted among April and June 2021, Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Friday on delivering the wrongdoing insights for Q1 2021/2022, with a huge expansion in cases revealed across a few wrongdoing classes.