Tuesday, September 23, 2014

24-year-old Filipino sailor evacuated off a vessel in Durban

Lusanda Bill
23 September 2014

The National Sea Rescue Institute in Durban had to evacuate a 24-year-old Filipino sailor off a ship heading towards Durban from Brazil. 

This is after he sustained a right leg compound fracture and a head injury after falling about 6 meters into a cargo hold aboard a vessel. 

NSRI Spokesperson Craig Lambinon said when we arrived on scene the patient was loaded on a helicopter and airlifted to a hospital in Durban.

Lambinon said the medical team continued treatment in the helicopter where he was in a serious but stable condition.

“His treatment is being continued at a Durban hospital by medical staff” Lambinon added.

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FAWU backs Crickley and Twizza Bottling company over wage strike

Loyiso Langeni
23 September 2014

The Food and Allied Workers Union in the Eastern Cape said it is in support of the workers of Crickley and Twizza Bottling Company who have embarked on a protected strike over wages.

Fawu Provincial Secretary Luyanda Matuntuta said they call on the workers to ignore intimidations and propaganda spread by the employer. 

“We demand that they should top up that 5.5% by 3% to make it 5.8% or make it 8% the company did not agree.

The other thing that we wanted was a 10% night shift allowance which was not bad.” Matuntuta added.

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An accident claimed four lives and 25 injured in KZN

Loyiso Langeni
23 September 2014

An accident on the Bhejane Road near the M25 in Kwamashu, KwaZulu Natal left four people dead and 25 others were left injured. 

This is after the bus they were traveling lost control and went down an embankment. 

ER24 Spokesperson Russel Meiring said when ER24 paramedics, along with other services, arrived on scene, they found a wrecked bus stationed on the side of the road. The occupants of the bus were all spread around the vehicle.

“Paramedics assessed the scene and found that three had been killed while 26 others had sustained injuries ranging from minor to critical.

One of the critically injured patients required rapid advanced life support due to his severe injuries. Unfortunately, after 20 minutes of treatment, the patient succumbed to his injuries.” Meiring added.
 
He also said paramedics immediately treated the remaining 25 patients on scene for their injuries. Once treated, they were transported to various hospitals for further medical treatment.

The exact details of the cause of the accident will remain the subject of a police investigation. 

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Missing Adult Alert: Tau Sithole


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Popcru concerned about increase in murders

Oscar Thomas
23 September 2014

The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union said it is concerned by the increase of murders in the country. 

Popcru was responding to the latest crime statistics which were released on Friday by Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko. 

Popcru Spokesperson Theto Mahlakoana said in the recent past the union has witnessed confiscation of illegal drugs worth billion of rands, which is the result of the amount of work SAPS members are investing to ensure we rid the country of illegal substances.

Mahlakoana said The 26.1% increase in drug-related crime is a bitter-sweet conundrum, as the increase could be translated to mean that the police have been arresting drug peddlers and abusers in large numbers.

"Which, if it's the case, is cause for celebration. However, because of the close link between drug use and other crimes, including theft and robberies, we remain concerned Mahlakoana added.

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18 arrested and five deaths repprted over the weekend in the WC

Lusanda Bill
23 September 2014

Western Cape Traffic Authorities over the weekend conducted 24 roadblocks across the province whereby 3 027 vehicles were stopped and checked.

A total of 6 961 vehicles were screened for speeding of which 523 speeding offences were recorded.

Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works Spokesperson Al-Ameen Kafaar said 1 342 drivers were screened for being under suspicion for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Kafaar said of the drivers screened 18 of them were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Meanwhile also during the roadblocks 274 fines were issued for various traffic violations ranging from driver to vehicle fitness.  One person was also arrested for reckless and negligent driving in Somerset West.

Kafaar said five fatalities were reported in three separate incidents. One was a driver and three passengers and one was a pedestrian.

“In all cases it appears that those killed were not wearing seatbelts.  So seatbelts is actually a great concern for us as the provincial government” Kafaar added.

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Monday, September 22, 2014

Police searching for two missing people in Empangeni

Lusanda Bill
22 September 2014

Empangeni Police are calling on the community of Empangeni to help find two people were both went missing earlier this month and have not been seen since. 

Colonel Jay Naicker said both left home on the 3rd and 4th of September respectively and no one knows of their whereabouts. 

Naicker said the first one is 26-year-old Sabelo Nsele, he left home on the 4th of September to visit a friend Mzingwenya Reserve and has not been seen since.

“The second one is Buyisile Buthulezi 17-years-old who left home on the 3rd of September to go to Ngwelezane and has not been seen by her friends and family since then” Naicker added.

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Missing Adult Alert: Donald Sithole


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Missing Adult Alert Found: Peter Spann


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A fisherman died after collapsing on-board a fishing vessel

Lusanda Bill
22 September 2014

A 50-year-old fisherman died this morning after he collapsed aboard the Cape fishing trawler in Port Elizabeth. 

National Sea Rescue Institute volunteers in PE were activated following a fishing vessel reportedly heading at a speed from fishing grounds towards PE and requesting urgent medical assistance. 

NSRI Spokesperson Craig Lambinon said paramedics were put on board but sadly he was declared deceased.

Lambinon said while the fisherman was suspected to have died from a heart attack, police have opened an inquest docket and will investigate.

"The body of the deceased has been handed over to the forensic pathology services” Lambinon added. 

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Tracing operations led to eight people being arrested in KZN

Loyiso Langeni
22 September 2014

Police in Kwa-Zulu Natal have conducted tracing operations in Nongoma, the operation has led to eight suspects being arrested for possession of unlicensed firearms and stolen goods.

Police Spokesperson Thulani Zwane said the operation targeted suspects who were involved in several housebreakings that were reported in the area. 

Zwane added that the stolen goods that were recovered include cellphones, house hold appliances as well as firearm.

“All those suspects have already appeared in the Nongoma Magistrate Court facing these charges

These operations will continue in the area to get rid of these criminals who are operating and breaking into the houses in the area.” Zwane said.

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Maimane: ANC continue to undermine democracy

Loyiso Langeni
22 September 2014

The Democratic Alliance said the comments by the African National Congress’s National Executive Committee confirm the ANC deployed its Chairperson Baleka Mbete as Speaker to undermine the role of Parliament. 

This follows comments by the ANC’s Secretary General Gwede Mantashe that Parliament should protect Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and President Jacob Zuma from embarrassment and humiliation in Parliament. 

DA Parliamentary Leader Mmusi Maimane said the ANC is undermining our system of democracy that ultimately the accountability of the executive now will seat back at Luthuli house whereas it always has rather than the people of this country.

“It shows that the ANC is departing quite significantly away from institutions that uphold our democracy.” Maimane added.

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Legislature to have public hearings on amended regulations

Oscar Thomas
22 September 2014

The Western Cape Provincial Legislature will be having public hearings on the amended visa regulations. 

Chairperson of the Standing Committee on Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture Beverley Schafer said the standing committee recognises the seriousness of human trafficking and also recognises government’s steps to tackling such a horrendous human rights crime in the country.

Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba is expected to attend the hearings as well.

Schafer said we’ll be holding public hearing based on the fact that we have received a number of complaints with regards to the new visa regulations.

“The hearings will enlighten people on the depth of the visa regulations as we noted the affects the new visa regulations has on the economy from what we can see Schafer added.

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MEC Fritz focused on reducing violence against women and children

Lusanda Bill
22 September 2014

Western Cape MEC of Social Development Albert Fritz said the whole of society can play a part in reducing violence in our communities.

This as on Sunday marked International Day of Peace. 

MEC Fritz said the Western Cape is at the forefront of reducing violence and supporting victims of violence and abuse in the province. 

The department funds 36 Non-Governmental Organisations which provide shelter for victims of abuse. 

MEC Fritz said one of the areas that we are really concerned about and we have seen the statistics although they say it has declined is the issue of sexual violence against women and any form of domestic violence.

“We are very proud to say as this province we have doubled our budget with regards to Victim Empowerment Programme” Fritz added.

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Sunday, September 21, 2014

A pedestrian died in Bloemfontein after being knocked over

Lusanda Bill
21 September 2014

An accident late last night left one person dead after he was knocked over by a motor vehicle on the N1 north bound in Bloemfontein. 

Netcare 911 Spokesperson Santi Steinmann said when paramedics arrived on the scene they found the man’s lifeless body on the road.

Steinmann said unfortunately there was nothing further that paramedics could do for the man due to the extensive injuries that he had sustained during the accident.

The exact details of the cause of the accident will remain the subject of a police investigation.  

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24-year-old to appear in court for drug possession

Lusanda Bill
21 September 2014

KwaZulu Natal Police arrested a 24-year-old man in Phoenix for possession of drugs including cocaine and ecstasy tablets. 

Police Spokesperson Jay Naicker said the suspect was found in possession of rock cocaine, cocaine powder as well as ecstasy tablets valued at R8100, 000.

Naicker said we are very pleased with the work of the Flying Squad Narcotics Team and they work largely with information supplied by the members of the public.

He added that this type of collaboration is contributing in stabilizing and reducing serious crimes in the province.

The 24-year-old suspect is expected to appear in court on Monday. 

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Two separate accidents leave five dead and five injured

Lusanda Bill
21 September 2014

An accident this morning at the intersection of Stanger Street and Somtseu Street in Durban Central left five people dead after two vehicles collided into each other.

Netcare 911 Spokesperson Santi Steinmann said when paramedics arrived on the scene they found that five people had already died on the scene and three people sustained serious injuries.

Steinmann said the three injured people were treated on scene before being transported to hospital for further medical care.

Meanwhile in another accident four people were left injured late last night in KwaZulu Natal on the N2 after two motor vehicles and a light delivery vehicle collided into each other.

Netcare 911 Spokesperson Santi Steinmann said when paramedics arrived on scene they found that two people were injured after a vehicle overturned.

The exact details of the cause of the accident will remain the subject of a police investigation.  

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A man found dead with a bullet wound in Mthatha

Lusanda Bill
21 September 2014

Eastern Cape police discovered a body of a man who was shot dead in Mthatha. 

Police Spokesperson Mzukisi Fatyela said at this stage we are not sure whether it was one person or a group of people who killed the victim.

Fatyela said we found the man with a bullet wound on his upper body and at this stage no arrests have been made but a case of murder has been opened for investigation.

“We call on anybody who saw what happened to immediately report it to the police so that we can investigate” Fatyela added. 

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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Two separate accidents leave one person dead and another injured

Lusanda Bill
20 September 2014

An accident this morning along Ocean View Road in Winklespruit left one person dead after his vehicle collided into a tree. 

Netcare 911 Spokesperson Chris Botha said a man seemed to have veered off the road with his vehicle and then hit a fence and crashed into a tree.

Botha said when paramedics arrived there the person was still in the vehicle and tragically he had died due to the very extensive injuries that he had sustained.

Meanwhile in another accident a man was left in a critical condition this morning on Nelson Mandela Drive in Pretoria.

Netcare 911 Spokesperson Santi Stienmann said when paramedics arrived on scene they found a man believed to be in his 30’s in a critical condition, after his vehicle left the roadway and crashed against the boundary wall.

Steinmann added that the injured man was treated on scene before being rushed to hospital for the urgent medical care that he required.

The exact details of the cause of the accident will remain the subject of a police investigation.  

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PTV welcomes cancellation of MyCiti services to Sea Point

Lusanda Bill
20 September 2014

Public Transport Voice has welcomed the decision that was taken by City of Cape Town cancelling the MyCiti bus services routes along Ocean View Drive to Sea Point due to low number of people using the service.

This is after MyCiTi survey confirmed an extremely low passenger demand on this route, with approximately 80 passengers per weekday and virtually no demand during the inter-peak hours, or on weekends.

PTV’s Zingisani Nkanjeni said there was no proper consultation with these communities and we have been calling for the city to implement the services to communities where it is needed the most.

“We hope that this will be an eye opener for the city to start to enrol this service to the cape flats areas” Nkanjeni added.

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MEC Plato to hold consultation meeting with the community of Khayelitsha

Lusanda Bill
20 September 2014

Today the Western Cape MEC of Community Safety, Dan Plato, will host the Provincial Policing Needs and Priorities consultation process for the community of Khayelitsha.

During this meeting, the community will discuss and confirm the specific needs and priorities facing their communities with the MEC and police cluster.

Ministerial Spokesperson Ewald Botha said the meeting will be the 12th of its kind in the province and forms part of the engagement with the public regarding safety.

Botha added that the report complied in the meeting will be handed over to National Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko for his consideration when determining police resources for the province.

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DA: Crime stats show that South Africa isn’t safe

Oscar Thomas
20 September 2014

The DA is deeply concerned for all South Africans who today face massively increased levels of crime. This comes after the 2013/2014 crime stats released yesterday that violent crimes are on the increase.

It has been revealed yesterday that the murder rate has gone up for the second consecutive year. There were 17 068 murders in 2013/14.  

DA Media Officer Samkelo Mgobozi said this works out to 47 murders a day. This number of deaths is what one would expect to be reported from a country at war.

Mgobozi said with the requisite time, effort, resources, and support from the public, the SAPS can begin to make inroads into stemming the tidal wave of crime in this country.

“But this can only begin once we face up to the reality of the challenges that we face Mgobozi added.

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Friday, September 19, 2014

MEC JP Smith responds to Cosatu’s statement of dismissal

Oscar Thomas
19 September 2014

 
Mayoral Committee member for the City of Cape Town JP Smith said he hasn’t yet been able to see the statement issued by Cosatu but understand that it is with regards to the officer Nkomo who was dismissed for insubordination.

She was dismissed because she broke the law. It was necessary for us take action within the law as the impound of the perpetrators vehicle was in fact illegal.

JP Smith said lets be clear Cape Town is the only city where we have been able to bring our road fatality rate down.

“Cosatu would be much better served to pick a fight with other provinces where the rate of road fatalities and road safety is of a much far worse standard Smith added.

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Two killed in Bapsfontein accident

Oscar Thomas
19 September 2014

ER24 paramedics rushed to an accident scene this morning after a bakkie, taxi and truck collided on the R50 in Bapsfontein near Johannesburg, leaving two men tragically losing their lives.

ER24 Spokesperson Luyanda Majija said the collision apparently occurred when taxi was attempting to overtake the bakkie when it collided with the truck.

Majija said the taxi driver was thrown from the taxi and died on the scene, while the bakkie driver burnt to death inside his vehicle.

Majija said the passengers sustained no serious injuries, but were in shock.

 “They were taken to hospital for observation Majija added.

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MEC Frits applauded Klippie Kids Early Childhood Development Centre

Loyiso Langeni
19 September 2014

Western Cape Social Development MEC Albert Fritz yesterday visited the Klippie Kids Early Childhood Development Centre in Klipheuwel.

The visit is part of the MEC’s oversight work, and saw him meet the management, staff and learners at the facility.

The centre is one of the best run ECDs in the region, providing additional services for the community such as counseling and linkages to training opportunities for parents and surrounding community members.

“They have top quality infrastructure and a curriculum that they teach at the school is amazing, where children discovers through experience the learning and the stimulation.  

They also gave the Klipheuwel children the opportunity to be properly laid foundation as young children between the ages of 3 and 6 years old so that when the get to school they will have a phenomenal foundation.”  Fritz added.

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MEC Grant appeal members of the public to buckle up

Loyiso Langeni
19 September 2014

Western Cape MEC of Transport and Public Donald Grant has called members of the public to buckle up in the back at all times.

This is part of a campaign to encourage people in motor vehicles to wear a seatbelt as it doubles your chance of surviving a crash. 

Ministerial Spokesperson Siphesihle Dube said this campaign was inspired by one of our NGO partners who’s a South African against drunk driving who ran a similar campaign

Dube added that MEC Grant has encourage members of the public to join himself, as well as Premier Helen Zille and Mayor Patricia De Lille and other members of the cabinet. in doing so, in strapping on self up in the back, knowing if you are buckled up in the back seat, you chances of being seriously injured on a car crash or possible killed are severely diminished.

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

ACDP condemns 113 acts of vandalism

Oscar Thomas
18 September 2014

The African Christian Democratic Party in the Western Cape is dismayed by the 113 acts of vandalism that has occurred across the province this month alone.

Some building were totally demolished and replacing them would cost more.

ACDP Leader Ferlon Christians said reports indicate that the damage of these facilities are mischievous and are pure acts of vandalism.

“We urge the people of the city to assist us in bringing these people to book Christians added.

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Man injured in rear-end truck collision on the N3 west by the Shongweni bridge

Oscar Thomas
18 September 2014

One man was injured after a truck collided into the rear of another heavy goods vehicle on the N3 west by the Shongweni bridge this morning just after 05h00.

Exact detail to the cause of the accident and preceding events will remain a subject for police investigation and comment.

Netcare 911 Spokesperson Chris Botha said Netcare 911 paramedics their rescue unit and the fire department arrived at the scene and found the wreckage of the one truck across the highway, the driver miraculously escaping with minor injuries.

“After he was stabilised at the scene they transported him to a local hospital for the care that he required Botha added.

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The Public Transport Voice has welcomed the announcement by the Transport Portfolio Committee

Oscar Thomas
18 September 2014

The Public Transport Voice has welcomed the announcement by the Transport Portfolio Committee regarding sending away the department of transport due to unpreparedness and inaccurate information.

This week the department briefed the committee on transport issues however the Committee’s Chairperson was not impressed by the presentation and said it is unacceptable that members should be given wrong information.

PTV’s Zingisani Nkanjeni said it is unacceptable that members would be given wrong information. Once the information is in front of the Committee it becomes a public document.

“The officials should not compromise the work of the Committee by availing wrong information Nkajeni added

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A 34-year-old biker died in an accident in Durban

Loyiso Langeni
18 September 2014

ER24 paramedics rushed to an accident after a man lost control of his motorbike on the M7 near the Northdene off ramp in Durban. It is believed the driver lost control of his motorbike causing him to crash.

Paramedics Spokesperson Russel Meiring said when they arrived on scene, they found the motionless body of the biker lying in the slow lane of the highway. The patient’s motorbike lay 20 metres away on the embankment.

“Paramedics assessed the patients, finding that he had already succumbed to his multiple injuries.” Meiring added.

Exact details to the cause of the accident and preceding events will remain the subject of a police investigation.

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ANC calls for calm in Grabouw

Loyiso Langeni
18 September 2014

The African National Congress in the Western Cape has called for calm in Grabouw as protest action over service delivery issues flares up.

ANC’s Songezo Mjongile said they understand the people’s frustration but do not support the means they use to vent their rage. 

Residents on Wednesday burnt the fire station and eleven people have been arrested since the start of the protest action this week. 

Mjongile added that they believe that the current situation could have been avoided if the municipality and provincial government would have given an ear to the concerns of the community.

“We are equally calling for calm from the leadership of the community that the current situation is unacceptable, where there is violence and where kids are not being allowed to attend school.

Which we think its count productive, we believe that the leadership of the area, can do better by managing the expectations of the community, but also not allowing the situation to get out of hand.” Mjongile said.

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Minister Plato hosts PNP Public meeting for Delft

Oscar Thomas
18 September 2014


Western Cape MEC of Community Safety Dan Plato this week had a meeting with the Delft community as part of the Provincial Policing Needs and Priorities consultation process.

Ministerial Spokesperson Ewald Botha said the meeting around Cape Town are to increase safety in all communities. 

Botha said the meeting is the 11th public engagement as part of the Department of Community Safety’s five month consultation process across the province which aims to gather information from communities on their specific policing needs and priorities.

Botha said the inputs from all 25 meetings to be held in the province will be included in the PNP report to be submitted to the National Minister of Police for his consideration when determining where different policing resources are needed.

“Through the PNP, the Western Cape Government is committed to working Better Together to increase the safety of all our communities Botha added.

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

MEC Winde welcomes postponement of child visa requirement

Oscar Thomas
17 September 2014

Western Cape MEC of Economic Opportunities Alan Winde on Tuesday welcomed the postponement of the child visa regulations. 

Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba on Tuesday announced that due to challenges the regulations has been postponed until the 1st of June 2015. 

MEC Winde said Minister Gigaba has now shown a willingness to work with other government departments and industry to mitigate the effects of the legislation on the economy. 

Gigaba said we are pleased that the department of home affairs has come to this decision to postpone the enforcement of the new regulations for travelling with minors.

Gigaba said as we know the application process for an unabridged birth certificate is relatively simple. However it can take over six weeks to process, which puts a lot of pressure on travellers.

“The extension would ensure customers were better prepared once it did come into effect in 2015 Gigaba added.

 

 

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DA to submit Youth Employment Plan to the Presidency

Oscar Thomas
17 September 2014

 
The Democratic Alliance says the report by Stats SA on the skills level of black youth shows that black children are bearing the brunt of poor outcomes in our educational system. 

This is after the report revealed that over the past 20 years, the skills level of black youth aged between 20 and 34-years has regressed.

DA’s Michael Cardo said the report also reinforces the magnitude of youth unemployment crisis. 

Cardo said Yesterday, Statistics South Africa released a report entitled Youth employment, unemployment, skills and economic growth 1994-2014.

Cardo said the report indicates that, over the past 20 years, the skills level of black youth aged between the ages of 20 and 34 has regressed.

Cardo said this proves that, two decades after the advent of democracy, black children are bearing the brunt of poor outcomes in our educational system.

Cardo said the report also reinforces the magnitude of our youth unemployment crisis, with youth accounting for 75% of unemployed South Africans added.

"In his portfolio, Deputy Minister Manamela must now urgently prioritize efforts to tackle youth unemployment and create opportunities for young people through skills development Cardo added.

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6-year-old in a critical condition following accident in Centurion

Lusanda Bill
17 September 2014

A 6-year-old boy is in a critical condition after he was knocked by a car on the R55 Johannes Pretoria Road in Centurion late last night. 

Netcare 911 Spokesperson Santi Steinmann said when paramedics arrived on the scene they found the boy in a critical condition following the accident.

Steinmann said the critically injured boy was treated on scene and rushed to hospital for the urgent medical care that he required.

The exact details of the cause of the accident will remain the subject of a police investigation. 

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A man shot dead in his home in Valhalla Park

Lusanda Bill
17 September 2014

Cape Town police are investigating a murder case after a man was shot dead on Tuesday at his home in Valhalla Park. 

Police Spokesperson Captain FC van Wyk said three unidentified suspects allegedly entered the house and shot randomly at the victim.

Van Wyk said the victim died due to the serious injuries that he had sustained.  A murder case has been opened and no arrests have been made as yet.

“Anyone with information about this shooting incident is kindly requested to contact the investigating team on 021 935 9821, or alternatively Crime Stop 08600 10 111” Van Wyk added. 

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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to reply to questions in Parliament

Lusanda Bill
17 September 2014

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is today expected to reply to questions in the National Assembly in his capacity as Leader of Government Business. 

Questions will range from looking at the National Development Plan to the country’s response to the HIV/Aids challenge. 

Deputy President Spokesperson Ronnie Mamoepa said he will reply to questions like plans to increase knowledge and awareness among the youth with regards to the South African National Aids Council.

Mamoepa said deputy president will also focus on events at Marikana and plans towards the realisation of the National Development Plan.

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11 recreational scuba divers rescued off-shore of Gansbaai

Lusanda Bill
17 September 2014

The National Sea Rescue Institute in Hermanus rescued eleven men onboard a boat off-shore of Gansbaai. 

NSRI Spokesperson Craig Lambinon said it is believed that the rubber duck they were on experienced motor failure and were being swept out to sea. 

Lambinon said on arrival on scene following a short search all eleven men were found on the rubber duck.

“All eleven men were brought safely ashore and no one was injured” Lambinon added.

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DA calls on clarity on Eskom tariff increase

Loyiso Langeni
17 September 2014

The Democratic Alliance has called for clarity on electricity tariff increase. 

This follows the announcement by cabinet that it had approved a package to close the funding gap at Eskom. 

DA MP of Public Enterprises Natasha Michael said they will be requesting that all documents relating to government’s bailout plan for Eskom be tabled in Parliament. 

Michael said Parliament needs to see exactly what kind of funds are going to be made available, why they are going to be available and exactly are these funds going to be used for and how they will be allocated.

“It is very important that the South African public, have a full and in-depth knowledge of exactly what is being used for South African money, for a South African entity” Michael added.

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