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Nine suspects are appearing in the Bishop Lavis Magistrate’s Court in Cape Town on Wednesday following their arrest for selling and transporting alcohol which is prohibited under Level 3 lockdown regulations. Police spokesperson Captain FC van Wyk says they were monitoring the suspects for quite some time after receiving information about illegal trading from a farm in Paarl …

The lucky winner of last week’s R60 million PowerBall jackpot was nursing a broken heart when he got cheered up in the most dramatic way. The 30-year-old man, who works in the finance sector, went to claim his winnings at the National Lottery Operator offices on Tuesday after winning the jackpot on Friday. “I still …

The chronic shortage of nurses has become detrimental to the current state of affairs at hospitals and clinics. Many qualified nurses remain unemployed throughout the disconcerting Covid-19 pandemic but more so, a daunting second wave, says Free State Denosa Chairperson, Thibogang Thole. In addition to a shortage of frontline workers, there has been an insufficient …

Suspect arrested for transporting liquor

On 19 January 2021 at about 10:30, Harrismith Visible Policing members whilst patrolling received a tip off about someone who was transporting liquor using a company vehicle. The vehicle befitting one of the suspect was spotted driving in Stuard Street and was found fully loaded with alcohol. The 57-year-old man was arrested and fined R5000-00 …

A six-year-old boy from Govan Mbeki in Port Elizabeth died on Monday after he was crushed by a concrete stormwater pipe at a nearby church. Phawu Mandiyase was playing with his friend on the grounds of the Methodist Church when the incident occured. Phawu’s grandfather, Billy Mandiyase, 68, is now demanding that the Nelson Mandela …

TV personality Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung responds to Sanef’s call for him to apologise to journalists he insulted. After TV personality Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung directed insults at Sunday Worldand City Press journalists, the South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) is calling for action against him. The TV personality took to his Instagram page and insulted the journalists and …

Heineken SA becomes first major company to cut jobs due to alcohol sales ban The Beer Association, which comprises the Craft Brewers Association SA, Heineken SA & SAB, said 30% of local breweries were forced to permanently shut their doors & 165,000 people lost their jobs. It said an extended ban on alcohol will destroy …

Somizi lashes out at journalists

It all started when Julia Madibogo of City Press approached the “Idols SA” judge for comment on allegations that he was divorcing his husband, Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo. Responding via text to the request for comment, Somizi said: “Please make my year and write the story as I will sue the living hell out of you and your publication …

Hlengiwe Mhlaba is Alive

Gospel star, Hlengiwe Mhlaba slams fake news about her supposed death. Mzansi Gospel minister, Hlengiwe Mhlaba received quite a shock over the weekend when sickening news of her supposed death hit her. The news circulated social media after a radio host in KZN posted about it on Facebook. Mhlaba’s publicist, Khanyi revealed that she was …

Lesufi insists all schools including private should close

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has appealed to private Schools to follow the national department directive that schools reopen on 15 February. Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi visited the Helpmekaar Kollege in Braamfontein after reports that the institution issued letters to parents informing them that pupils are expected to return to the classroom today. This …