With almost five years elapsing and very little progress with the High Street bridge, many may be wondering what the hold-up is.
The Vryheid Herald has discovered AbaQulusi’s no nonsense municipal manager’s biggest weakness.
‘I want the community to know that there is no way the municipality would ask for R500 for an advertised post. ‘
Applications must be completed before June 30.
A murder case has been opened against the neighbour as well as a robbery case against the deceased.
Every statement will act as a supporting document in the investigation.
‘At the end of the day if there is a claim against them and you haven’t done your statement, you actually can’t claim your money back when it goes to court.’
Up until this morning, there wasn’t even a case opened until one Vryheid resident, who asked to remain anonymous, decided she had to do something.
On May 26, Michaelis Junior Phase learners took part in Utrecht’s annual Sharky Tournament, playing both hockey and rugby.
Local teen, Amanda Nsibande, has her eye set on the prize as she continues to pave her way in the modelling industry.
Police officials expressed concern for the people who had lost large amounts of money to the scheme, worrying that many were tearful and showed signs of helplessness and even depression.