6.8.2019 12:46 pm
According to police, the dagga was being transported from the Eastern Cape to the Western Cape.
Eastern Cape police arrested a 37-year-old man and seized 57 bags of dagga valued at R12.8 million on Sunday on the R56 road between Dordrecht and Molteno.
Out of 13 SAPS convictions, four are for reckless and negligent driving and three for murder and attempted murder.
This gesture is the latest in a series of countless over the top displays of affection between the pair who have been dating for over two years.
The minister first announced, then cancelled a media briefing from ANC members involved in the CR17 campaign.
The details surrounding this incident are not yet known but local authorities were on the scene for further investigations.
The suspects, alleged to have been driving at a high speed, lost control of the stolen vehicle and it overturned on the R57 road.
Eight Vodacom tower batteries were found during a routine stop and search operation at Beitbridge border post.
Lesang Motladile was preparing dinner for her family when two unknown men stormed in and started shooting randomly.
Mthuthuzeli Swartz’s case is being heard in the Port Elizabeth Specialised Crimes Court.
Officers arrested more than 3 000 drivers between May and mid-July with 13 568 outstanding warrants to the value of R31 million, and 919 taxis were impounded.
Among others, John Mpe allegedly fired officials who were probing why he didn’t report for work for nearly a year while earning over R1 million.
Media Monitoring Africa director William Bird said were it not for its strained finances, ‘the SABC would today be the best place to be’.
The public broadcaster says its only hope is the Independent Communications Authority (Icasa) reviewing regulations governing sports broadcasting.
An SABC inquiry found Muthambi was one of three people who allegedly abused their power to get coverage of specific stories.
The Limpopo ANC says communities whose municipalities invested in VBS and suffered from poor delivery of services can now breathe a sigh of relief.