“We are upgrading the network because the growth in social media has added pressure on the network and made the internet pretty slow…”
Sergeant Myeni of SAPS Kingsley is appealing to the community to contact him on 079 696 3560 if anyone fitting the description of the woman found in the Blood River has been missing.
“I am really proud of the members that have worked with such dedication.”
“We want to show the community that we are not just here to make money through them.”
Lourens de Beer has been in the car and motorcycle trade for more than 20 years, and recently took the time to upgrade the motorcycle showroom to every child’s dream.
The social worker, who has been assigned to deal with the case of the baby who was dumped in a field along Mark Street, has decided to name her ‘Siphesihle’, which translates to ‘Beautiful Gift’.
The six alleged attackers shook their heads in collective denial as each charge was explained to them before the court and they were afforded the opportunity to enter their pleas.
THE Bikers Foreva Junior Club (also known as Black Ninjas Vryheid MCC) is inviting the community to be part of their charity run.
‘We wanted to say goodbye in classic Pantsula style.’
The six accused arrived at Courtroom C this morning and, shortly after 11am, stood before the court for their first day of trial.
We have compiled a quick list of things you can’t do while driving down President Street, one of the worst afflicted roads in Vryheid when it comes to potholes…