The Nelspruit magistrate's court put off Sipho Lawrence Mkhatshwa's bail hearing on Tuesday. He is accused of killing Hillary Gardee. Advocate for the state Ntsika Mpolweni told the court that Mkhatshwa, who had previously given up on his bail application, had changed his mind and asked that it be heard.
At least the military veterans have been employed to be trained as rail security guards. Military veterans are being trained to guard the Passenger Rail Association of SA's (Prasa) rail network against the rampant plundering which has left some stations gutted and chunks of track missing from railway lines.
The bail application of Hillary Gardee murder defendant Sipho Lawrence Mkhatshwa was postponed by the Nelspruit Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.Mkhatshwa, who had first abandoned her request for bail, made a U-turn, and wanted to be heard. Mpolweni said the state and defense had agreed to postpone the case until June 2 since the investigating officer had been shot and was unable to appear in court.
BODY parts and travelers' assets were dispersed everywhere out and about after a horrendous accident yesterday. This came after a big hauler conveying petroleum and diesel, a minibus taxi and a bakkie crashed on the R33 parkway, close Wartburg in the KZN Midlands. Appallingly, 13 individuals, including an unborn infant were articulated dead at the scene and five were hurried to clinic with genuine wounds. The big hauler lying out and about after the mishap. Photograph by Mbali Dlungwana Photo by It's
Two youngsters in the prime of their lives and a mother who had quite recently made sure about a new position were among those grieved at a commemoration administration yesterday for the 13 individuals who were killed in a frightfulness crash this week. It is accepted the mishap occurred after a truck purportedly neglected to stop at a stop sign and collided with three vehicles, incorporating a taxi stacked with travelers originating from the Mpolweni territory. The transporter, who fled the scene, is being
The legitimate battle between the City of Cape Town and inhabitants of Mpolweni casual settlement over a real estate parcel along the Baden Powell Road in Khayelitsha gives off an impression of being a long way from over. Last week, the occupants' lawful group took the City to the High Court following the expulsion of more than a hundred casual tenants. The high court decided that the evections were illicit and requested the City to restore the structure materials appropriated by the counter land intrusion