Shifting blame is never the wisest thing to do. It seems South African citizens always point fingers at Zimbabweans whenever there's a crime scene in SA. Most Zimbabweans, especially the undocumented ones have been implicated in several criminal activities, but that does not necessarily imply that all of them are criminals.
A Zimbabwean guy was detained in the Free State on suspicion of killing a man who was supposedly the boyfriend of his girlfriend. The 57-year-old Jonas Lesolia was reportedly fatally stabbed on Monday at Vaal Park, Sasolburg, by a 37-year-old Zimbabwean who is thought to have entered the country illegally.
Man with 1 leg single-handedly fixes car of stranger, see the story While you're here please follow me. There's a group on Facebook called #ImStaying that just makes you believe in humanity! Especially in South Africa where we are painted as enemies of each other, moreso racially.
A Zimbabwean man will live to rue the day he allowed his feelings to get the best of him after he allegedly killed his rival. It is alleged that the man was in a love triangle and the situation got the worst out of him. The incident happened in Free State and media reports claim that the 37-year-old Zimbabwean man got news that his girlfriend was dating a local man.
Sasol is offering learnership opportunities to those who have passed Grade 12. The programme is a 12 month which will offer theory aligned to NQF Learnership programme and practical onsite work experience. This is to improve skills and workplace performance for those who starting their careers. The program offers skills in literacy, numeracy, communication, computer and basic business principles.
Images: Dress up Sunday in Sasolburg is very huge and people do not consider it even if it is cold or raining. They will use their resources to ensure that they can see themselves in the photos from Dress Up Sunday. It was a beautiful day every week end where people come together to showcase their best outfits and have fun.
Image: People in Sasolburg love dressing up on Sundays or anyone from the neighboring places. It is all about fashion, music and a social day. When it comes to alcoholic beverages, it will not be left behind and many people loves it a lot. It would not be nice for other people to be at the event without having to enjoy their favourite alcoholic beverages, either.
Image: Ennock Mlangeni has been painting his vehicle when he does not have much to do at his studio, painting beautiful art that is known to the world. In Belgium, they know his pieces very well and he really appreciates being able to go to another country because of painting.
Image: It was a dress day at kwa-Nduna and people came in numbers for the wonderful experience. The experience is beautiful and from wherever you are, you should be able to enjoy all the greatest moments, because they are the ones that define your lifestyle. If you love staying indoors, that should be great as long as you love it.
Police shoot 2 dead after carjackings and chase. The scene on the R82 between Koppies and Zamdela, Sasolburg, where two men were arrested in the hijacked Toyota RAV4. A wild chase after a robbery in Mooinooi in the North West ended in two-vehicle hijackings and an over-and-over shooting in the Free State on Friday.
Images: Dress up Sasolburg on Sundays Kwa-Nduna is a beautiful day where many people are welcomed to come into the chisanyama to showcase their best clothing style combinations. The main outfit of the previous dress up was about wearing a coat. They flocked to the red carpet in droves to photograph it.
https://www.facebook.com/265615323578878/posts/2442899499183772/ Drivers should use alternative routes to prevent being held up in traffic, paramedics are currently at the scene and they found both drivers deceased. R59 closed between Parys and Sasolburg due to an accident that occurred a few hours ago, both drivers sadly passed on.
Two bikers have lost their lives after losing control of their motorbike and rolling into a field off of Minnaar Street in Sasolburg this evening. Accidents happen again or, especially during this time as people always pay them after drinking song this drinking and driving is just leading to a lot of Accidents and people are dying.
Dressing up on Monday is a popular pastime. They change their outfits every Monday, and everyone tries to look better than the last time. As soon as the day arrives, they'll be giddy with anticipation, and you'll get a great shot with many of your friends and family members.
Thuso Mosoeu continues with more people partaking in the good initiative of helping people around the Zamdela community. He has more support and he is not alone and it is becoming fruitful when their movement is receiving more support donations. When it started, it had less support and neither did they think it would become huge.
Image: At kwa-Nduna, it was dress-up day, and throngs of people showed up to take advantage of the fun occasion. Beautiful moments should be accessible from any location, since they are the ones that characterize your way of life. As long as you enjoy spending time inside, you'll be OK.
Gabriel Mosoeu is adamant about shaping men around Sasolburg because they are those who need someone to show them that they are not alone. If there is someone you are comfortable talking with and that person is not within your friendship and family, Gabriel is on that space.
This is following the incident that occurred in Freestate, where a 30years old man was arrested for murder after an argument that road between him and his friend while drinking. It is alleged that the two friends were sitted enjoying their drinks at about 21:30 on Saturday the 08th of January when they started an argument that led to a fight.
More than 50 cash-in-transit heists have been reported in the last two months, statistics from the Cash-In-Transit Association of SA (Citasa) have revealed. Grant Clark from Citasa said 59 cash-in-transit heists had been reported since the beginning of December up until 3 February 2022. He said Gauteng was the highest-risk province for CIT robberies.
Enock from Sasolburg is not looking to drop the ball when it comes to painting and being a representative for his own township. He is not only keeping the good skills in his hand, but he already has young boys that are learning from him. It is very good of him to give back to the community by teaching someone who has an interest in painting.