The situation of things in Middleburg is really getting out of hand considering the high rate of crime in the city. Most people are scared of comfortably leaving their houses due to fear of being attacked by criminals who are roaming round the streets looking for who to victimize.
Our country have had its fair share of crime orchestrated by foreigners who are hell bent on destroying our nation and what we stand for as a people. Mpumulanga is becoming another crime haven of South Africa as many criminal activities are going on almost every day over there.
Tropical cyclone Eloise claimed young boy as the first victim in mpumalanga. A five year old boy died earlier yesterday, when he was swept away while his mother tried to cross a river in Masoyi. The police spokesperson said the body was found around 17: o’clock yesterday. It was believed that the mother was trying to cross the river when this situation take place. The mother was carrying the body when she lost control because the water was to much and very strong due to the heavy rain. Mpumalanga province
The president’s cattle, bred at his Mpumulanga ranch, have fetched big prices at the recent National Ankole Auction.This is great news for him of course, many people have noticed that he is a really influential man and he has gained wealth in this country at a considerable rate more than many people can say.
A couple from Mpumalanga, Hlobisile Lindokuhle Mthembu and Bongisipho Robert Mthembu were found guilty and sentenced by the Nelspruit Commercial Crime Court on Monday, 16 August 2021 over a million rand employment fraud. In 2007, Hlobisile submitted fraudulent credentials for application to become a primary school teacher and she was employed at Maphala Gulube Primary School and the Department of Education suffered an actual loss of R584 815.78 due to her action.
https://www.businessinsider.co.za/president-ramaphosa-ankole-cattle-sold-for-r27-million-with-bull-mufasa-voted-best-2021-5 The president’s cattle, bred at his Mpumulanga ranch, have fetched big prices at the recent National Ankole Auction.President Cyril Ramaphosa became a millionaire pre 1994 because he was a union owner, NUM and a lawyer, it has nothing to do with general politics.