Cash-in-transit heist foiled by police A cash-in-transit heist was foiled earlier today. 15 mins ago DCIM100MEDIADJI_0632.JPG A cash-in-transit heist was foiled earlier today. Robbers tried to rob a G4S cash van on Monday, September 18 after the crew collected money from a local hardware shop.
Erfenisdag beteken dat niemand moet vergeet wie en wat hy is en waar hy vandaan gekom het nie. Elkeen moes op diĂŠ dag sy eie kultuur, geskiedenis vier. Maar dit is juis diĂŠ konsep wat hardhandig in my kop kom spasie maak het. Ek onthou hoe ons as familie altyd kus toe gery het en ons, ons vergaap het aan die pragtige natuurskoon soontoe. Dan het ons langs die pad gestop en gesmul aan gekookte eiers, broodjies, stukkies wors, en koeldrank. Maar dit was toe.
One would think that Emalahleni, which is surrounded by mines and power stations, would be a thriving hub with a healthy bank balance. On the contrary, the local municipality has once again failed to meet its commitments to Eskom. The electricity giant is planning to interrupt power supply to the municipality in November. Eskom put a notice in WITBANK NEWS on September 8 where they set out their plans to discontinue power to the municipality.
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