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Makhura allays fears over e-tolls

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has allayed fears of motorists over reports that the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act (Aarto) Amendment Bill will see them losing their drivers licence over e-toll fines.

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Policing task team joint operation yields five wanted suspects

On Tuesday (20 Mar) in the wee hours between 1am and 4am, the joint operation comprising of the EMPD Public Order Policing Task Team and Eden Park SAPS detectives managed to arrest five wanted suspects. Four males and one female.

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Palm Ridge residents to receive title deeds

Residents of Palm Ridge will tomorrow, February 23 receive title deeds from Ekurhuleni’s Member of the Mayoral Committee (MMC) for Human Settlements Cllr Lesiba Mpya. The recipients are residents of Palm Ridge Informal Settlement, which was established in 1996. The settlement grew to about 13 000 families. To date 12 450 houses have been constructed with only 774 houses still to be built.

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Two suspects arrested in Tembisa for Hijacking

The EMPD Community Liaison Unit and SAPS investigations that were initiated in November 2016 following a hijacking in Centurion of a BMW1 Series bore fruit when on Tuesday, 13 February, the EMPD CLU members effected arrest of two suspects found in the possession of the hijacked vehicle.

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Women urged to work with water wisely

Member of the Mayoral Committee for Energy, Water and Sanitation, Cllr Tiisetso Nketle has called on female church leaders across City of Ekurhuleni to preach the gospel of water conversation. Speaking in Alberton today, February 21 at the Women in Faith Base Organisation Water Conservation Day, Cllr Nketle said women ought to use their role in churches to educate their congregations about water conservation to prevent scarcity of this precious resource.

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Ekurhuleni invests R25m in energy infrastructure

The City of Ekurhuleni has committed R25 million to invest in the refurbishment of the electricity distribution infrastructure in Jet Park and surrounding areas in order to stabilise the supply of electricity.

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Two murder suspects arrested

The Gauteng MEC for Community Safety, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, welcomes the arrest of two suspects aged 30 and 35 respectively who are linked to a business robbery and murder case of Ekurhuleni Metro Police Department officer, Constable Makhubu.

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Vehicle hijacked 2016 in Centurion recovered

The EMPD Community Liaison Unit and SAPS investigations that were initiated in November 2016 following a hijacking in Centurion of a BMW1 Series bore fruit when on Tuesday, 13 February, the EMPD CLU members effected arrest of two suspects found in the possession of the hijacked vehicle.

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Nyaope is the biggest social issue in communities

Street drugs like Nyaope are destroying the future of South African youth and ruining the lives of their parents. When they should be in school, in communities the addicted children are scavenging for money to finance their habits..

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Technology in the music industry

When compared to how it was, the music industry has changed in a way no one could have ever imagined of, and this is because technology keeps evolving day by day and when technology improves, everything improves.

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February, the month of love

It seems like it has been forever waiting for February as it is that month where it is regarded as the month of love. Those who have partners are happy because it is that month where they will express their love to their loved ones.

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A standstill for The State Of The Nation Address 2018

With only a day to go before the State of the Nation Address (SONA18) is to be delivered it has been postponed to a later date which is unknown yet. Opposition parties call for the state President to step down from his position and most importantly not to deliver his state of the nation address which outlines all the work that the governing party will embark on for the duration of the year.

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ANC Ekurhuleni caucus welcomes the auditor general’s report

The ANC Caucus welcomes the report of the Auditor Genera tabled at Council Chambers on Thursday, 25 January 2018, Germiston. It should be stated upfront that we are disappointed that we could not attain Clean Audit, given that this is our political commitment, which is also an integral part of clean administration and good governance.

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Second sitting of SA-Uganda joint trade committee to review achievements – Minister Davies

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies says that the second sitting of the South Africa-Uganda Joint Trade Committee (JTC) which will be taking place in Pretoria from 29-30 January 2018, will be reviewing progress achieved since the establishment of the JTC in Uganda in November 2015, and to also map out areas of future cooperation between the two countries going forward.

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Mayor Masina to hand over uniforms in Tembisa

Ekurhuleni Executive Mayor Cllr Mzwandile Masina will on Friday, January 26 hand over school uniforms to learners at Winnie Mandela Secondary School.

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Month of loans

January is known to be a month in which a large amount of people flood banks in order to apply for loans. Reason being that during the festive season people spend their money in a careless manner in order to keep up with the festive vibe. However this poses as an irresponsible decision, more especially if it is done as a reoccurring habit.

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City provides refuge for family of ambushed women

The City of Ekurhuleni has come to the rescue of the remaining members of the family of the five women who were attacked by gunmen in a Zama Zama turf war at the N12 informal settlement near Chief Albert Luthuli in Benoni on Thursday. Five women were shot and four died instantly while another is recovering in hospital.

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MEC Nkosi-Malobane applauds Krugersdorp Police for success into the kidnapping case

The Gauteng MEC for Community Safety, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, applauds Krugersdorp Police and Emergency services, for rescuing a young lady who was kidnapped and later found near Chief Mogale in Kagiso late yesterday.

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Chief whip visits extension 10 Tsakane

The Chief Whip of Council Cllr Jongizizwe Dlabathi will visit the community of Extension 10 Informal Settlement in Tsakane on Friday, 19 January 2018. This is part of his oversight responsibility on the implementation of government service delivery objectives to the residents of Ekurhuleni.

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MEC engages Sedibeng schools on safety issues

The Gauteng MEC for Community Safety, Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane, will tomorrow hold a breakfast session with 150 school principals, senior members of the South African Police Service and local leadership at Saul Tsotetsi Sports Centre, Sebokeng as part of Gauteng Government’s school readiness programme.

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ANC MP arrested for stock theft

An example must be made of the ANC MP that was arrested for stock theft Mapule Veronica Mafolo, an ANC Member of Parliament from the North-West province, was arrested on Friday by the Vryburg Stock Theft Unit at the town's auction grounds. She and two co-accused were arrested for the alleged theft of two calves that they presumably wanted to sell at the auction.

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Gauteng condemns all racist acts

ANC Gauteng Province strongly condemn all incidents and actions of racism at all institutions of learning and broader society. We are saddened by the denial of access for English speaking children at Hoerskool Overvaal in Sedibeng, Gauteng. We are also saddened and disturbed by the incident of a farm murder of a black worker by a white security guard. We are confident that justice will be served in this case and other similar cases.

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Ensure schools readiness

The City of Ekurhuleni is kick starting the 2018 academic year with the Siyaqhuba Back to School Mayoral programme that heads to a school in Katlehong and Germiston on Friday, January 19.

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You doing it wrong

Are you still applying eyeliner the same way you did in middle school? Well, chances are you’re doing it wrong, really wrong. Most people go overboard with eyeliner and it ends up completely overpowers their eyes. Or, they line the inside rim of their lash line, which can make eyes look smaller. Plus, it causes eyes to tear up which makes your makeup look runny.

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Odour in water not a health risk

Ekurhuleni customers may have experienced an odour in water - this is due to the presence of geosmin that mostly occurs in the hot summer season. There is no need to be alarmed, the water is safe to drink. Geosmin is a naturally occurring compound produced by bacteria in soil and algae found in surface water.

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Ekurhuleni grieves the passing of a three-year-old

City of Ekurhuleni have send its sincere deepest condolence to the family of Gwam after losing one of their own on Sunday in katlehong. Through the office of MMC Community Safety Department, Councilor Vivian Chauke, the city has pleaded with the community to be calm following the tragic incident and allow the laws to take its course.

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Fire Engine prevented from reaching out a burning house

Ekurhuleni Disaster and Emergency Management Services (DEMS) firefighters found themselves in a precarious situation during New Year Celebrations across the City. On the 1st January 2018, Vosloorus Fire and Rescue crews were confronted by thousands of New Year celebrators when responding out to a house on fire in Mailula section Vosloorus..

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Well done class of 2017

It is an undeniable fact that education is a necessity, a right according to our constitution, however it remains a privilege to many. This becomes so evident when thousands of young South Africans are unable to study due to lack of finances.

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University is not the only option

It was few weeks ago when Matrics, University and College students were all likely to be heading towards exams. And we know it’s not just tough on them, exam time is tough on the whole family.

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Unemployment Statistics devastates the youth

In September 2017 the first quarter of South Africa’s unemployment rate was said to have risen at 27.7% statistics proves this information to be correct, however this information has left even more of the youth in our communities devastated saying that this proves that fighting for education after high school is not as important as it used to be.

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November is National Adoption Month

Adoption is the social, emotional, and legal process in which children who will not be raised by their birth parents become full and permanent legal members of another family while maintaining genetic and psychological connections to their birth family.

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Ekurhuleni Mayor signed a settlement agreement with complainant Michael Biribauer

The South African Human Rights Commission has enabled mediation between the Cllr Mzwandile Masina and Michael Biribauer the alleged complainant of hate speech by Masina. The resolved matter led to the signing of a disclosing settlement agreement on April 6 in Brakpan at Ekurhuleni Brakpan City Hall.

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Aha Hotels and lodges partners with UJ school of Tourism and Hospitality

Aha hotels and lodges has partnered with the school of Tourism and Hospitality (STH) in the University of Johannesburg. A new lecture room was opened on April 9, at Auckland Park Bunting Road Campus. “We rendered a lecture room and it signifies the start of partnership and it exposes students and other parties to our brand.

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A brand new mercedes benz c200 hijacked in Vosloorus

Utilizing tracking coordinates provided by a vehicle tracking company, the EMPD Public Order Policing Task Team recovered a new Mercedes Benz C200 which was hijacked on Wednesday, 21 March in Vosloorus.

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Woman dagga-peddlar arrested IN Katlehong

A woman was on Thursday (22 March) morning around 10h30 arrested in Katlehong when found with almost a kilogram of dagga at her place at Zone 10 in Maphanga Section.

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Hijacked diesel double-tanker valued at over R300,000 is recovered with contents intact

On Tuesday, 20 February around 05h30 in the morning, the EMPD Equestrian Unit members were provided with information by Tracker SA about the location of diesel tanker from Mozambique which was en route to Johannesburg hijacked on N12 freeway in the Delmas area. The truck was hijacked around 02h30.

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Stolen Toyota in Pretoria recovered in Germiston

A man apparently using a phantom company pretending to be a middle-man for selling of industrial equipment and wanted by the SAPS Commercial Branch for fraud, whose case was registered in July 2015 at Lyttleton police station against him and his son after failing to deliver equipment valued at R6million to the client, was eventually arrested on Wednesday, 14 February in Benoni.

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Stolen Toyota in Pretoria recovered in Germiston

A white Toyota LDV was stolen in the early hours of Tuesday, 20 February in Pretoria. The EMPD Public Order Policing Unit members picked up the signal around midday which pointed to the vehicle movement being in the Germiston area. Via GPS tracking coordinates, the metro police was able to locate the vehicle on Umbombo Street at Rondebult in the Germiston area.

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Rough start up to the State Of The Province Address 2018

The State of The Province Address 2018 (SOPA18) was delivered on the 26th February 2018 by Gauteng Premier Mr David Makhura. Shortly before the well awaited arrival of the Premier there was a bit of controversy outside the Gauteng Provincial Legislature precinct, there were 20+_ people who were wearing EFF and DA T.shirts which lead to them being identified as support members of those two political parties.

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MercedeS Benz hijacked on January recovered in Katlehong

On Monday, 12 February, the EMPD Public Order Policing Unit members recovered a Mercedes Benz hijacked in mid-January in Vosloorus. The vehicle tracking company supplied information to the metro police who were able to trace the vehicle to Katlehong. Utilizing the GPS coordinates, the metro police were able to locate the hijacked a white Mercedes Benz ML Blue Tech parked in a yard at Credi Section in Katlehong

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400M long stolen cable recovered in Villa Lisa, Boksburg

A woman was arrested at Villa Lisa Sports ground on Saturday, 10 February following a tip off by the members of Villa Lisa community. She was found in possession of an electrical cable over four-hundred (400m) meters in length. According to the Ekurhuleni Anti-Cable Theft Unit the cable is worth approximately R20, 000.

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Dagga dealer arrested and seven kilograms of dagga seized

The second phase of "Operation Fiela" which was recently re-launched in Gauteng - the first phase was launched in 2015 -commenced in earnest in Ekurhuleni on Saturday, 10 February by sweeping areas and places from which criminals operate, searching for undocumented persons and targeting wanted suspects.

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Two fraudsters dealing in motor vehicles nabbed

On Friday, 09 February the EMPD Public Order Policing Unit was provided with information about men who were fraudulently selling suspected stolen vehicles. Information furnished included the modus operandi of the men and their accomplices. The Public Order Policing Unit members followed leads given and on Saturday, 10 February, succeeded in tracing the pair to Soshanguve in Pretoria.

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EMPD operation fiela sweeps taverns in Germiston area

The second phase of "Operation Fiela" which was recently re-launched in Gauteng - the first phase was launched in 2015 -commenced in earnest in Ekurhuleni on Saturday, 10 February by sweeping areas and places from which criminals operate, searching for undocumented persons and targeting wanted suspects.

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A couple arrested for dagga estimated at R500, 000

On Friday, 09 February, the EMPD K9 Unit received information about a suspected dagga laboratory in Petit. With the assistance of the SAPS Drug Enforcement Unit, the EMPD K9 Unit was able to secure a search warrant to raid the premises of the suspected house. .

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Stolen Honda – four suspects arrested

Around 1pm on Friday (09 Feb) along Comet Road in Boksburg, the EMPD Community Liaison Unit members spotted a silver grey Honda Ballade with four suspicious-looking male occupants.

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Stolen car recovered two hours later

Around 10h30 this morning (Friday, 09Feb) , a brown Ford Ranger was stolen in the suburb of Lynwood in Pretoria. With information of its movement from Tracker SA, the EMPD Equestrian Unit members were able to trace it to Benoni where it was found abandoned.

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Man arrested for possession of an unlicensed firearm

A tip off by the members of Etwatwa community about a Somalian businessmanwho owns an unlicensed firearm was followed up by the EMPD Community Liaison Unit members. The information was given to the metro police on Monday. On Wednesday night (07 Feb), the police raided the shop and the owner was arrested.

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No park for Phumula residents

Parks are very significant part of any community. They have a large impact on the development of children and the happiness of everyone in the neighborhood. A park also allows people or residents to develop a sense of community, parks are perfect for a picnic.

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Leondale's high school dignity fades away

Leondale high school has not been functioning well ever since the schools have opened. Last week the school held an urgent parents meeting to address parents about the school governing body (SGB) that wants to see the principal dismissed, not everyone was happy about the decision in that meeting, twelve parents volunteered to go to the district to launch a complaint and fight for the principal to continue running the school.

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Passion, Talent and, Bizzcuit

Tholakele Innocentia Phumzile Mkhwanazi was born in Soweto, a small township known as Dlamini. The 24 year talented young lady is better known as Bizzcuit, a unique name undoubtedly. One that holds a story behind the rappers' success today. When asked what was the inspiration behind the name "Bizzcuit" she had an interesting story to tell.

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New year resolutions

It's a standard norm that during the first month of every new year (January) everyone is suddenly hit with the epiphany of wanting to change their lives for the better. Conversations revolve around discussions of empowerment, health, finances, family, as well as all good things that have the potential of changing lives.

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Motheo Institute Trust
Where hopes and dreams are bound to be a reality

The word "Motheo" means foundation in Tswana, a suitable name that speaks directly to the core mandate of what this institution is all about. Motheo Institute was first established in 2007 after a great need was identified within the community. A need for early childhood development, something that is often overlooked and regarded as not being important within the communities.

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Daveyton's Young Agents of Change making great strides from a thrilling idea.

Young Agents of Change (YAC) is a social, entrepreneurship and educational organisation formed by young stars for other young people. It helps the youth of Daveyton to see problems Opportunities. The inventors of YAC are not just the leaders of tomorrow - they are making huge changes to the world around them, right now. The organisation was established late 2014 by Scelo Masuku (17), and Sipho Thenjekwayo (21).

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Sisterly duel for SA’s young entrepreneur award looms

A sisterly duel for top honours is in the offing in the fifth South African Premier Business Awards. Three of the country’s young entrepreneurs will battle it out for the top prize in the Young Entrepreneur Award during the awards ceremony that will be hosted by the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) in partnership with Brand South Africa and proudly South African at the Sandton Convention Centre on Tuesday, 30 January 2018.

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Ekurhuleni mayor awards bursaries to 2017 matric top achievers

A new journey begins for top achievers of the Ekurhuleni's matric class of 2017, after City of Ekurhuleni's Mayor, Mzwandile Masina awarded 220 ambitious learners full bursaries to pursue higher education. Speaking at the annual Academic Excellence Award Ceremony at Emperors Palace today.

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Varsity offers bursaries

In Varsity Institute of Science and technology (VISTECH) we offer a specific amount of bursary that subsidizes part of your tuition fee. We have courses in the following faculties: Engineering studies, Information Technology (IT), Media Studies, Management Science and humanities, ICB Programs and Transport and Logistics.

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Chief whip visits extension 10 informal settlement in Tsakane

The ANC Chief Whip Cllr Jongizizwe Dlabathi accompanied by Ward 84 Councillor Bongi Sibanyoni and City's officials visited the community of Extension 10 Informal Settlement in Tsakane on Friday, 19 January 2018. This was part of his oversight responsibility on the implementation of government service delivery objectives to the residents of Ekurhuleni.

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Drug dealer found in possession of cat, mandrax and nyaope arrested in Vosloorus

Information received by the EMPD Drug Enforcement Unit members about a suspected drug dealer operating from his residence in Vosloorus was followed up resulting in a male suspect arrested and his illicit stock seized. The arrest took place on Tuesday (23 Jan) morning around 06h30.

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Illegal land invasion at Mayfield extension 01 in Daveyton halted by metro police – shacks demolished

Early- warning systems in place comprising of event detection means aimed at illegal activity of this nature enabled the metro police to thwart what could have resulted in an illegal settlement taking place at Mayfield Ext.01 (Ward36) in Daveyton.

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Ekurhuleni’s mayoral service delivery programme continues

The Siyaqhuba campaign is part of the desire of ensuring service delivery issues all around the City. The campaign has vowed to put full commitment in supporting different communities in delivering good service. On the 19 January 2018 the Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina together with the city’s officials, visited two schools in the east region of Gauteng.

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Everyone is obsessed with drinking lemon water - but is it really beneficial to your health?

Some say that drinking lemon water in the morning promotes digestion, balances the body’s pH levels and detoxifies from the inside out. Others claim it brightens the skin while bolstering the immune system. And many optimists believe lemon water spurs weight loss. Can such a cheap, simple, make-at-home drink live up to the hype?

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A huge number of potatoes dumped illegally beside the R50 road in Bromberg

On Wednesday (17 Jan) night around 9pm, officers from EMPD Bromberg Precinct patrolling on R50 provincial road that connects Gauteng with Mpumalanga, met with the scary sight of dozens of local people helping themselves to potatoes lying on the side of the road. Apparently, the thousands of loose potatoes were deliberately and illegally dumped.

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Fire Engine caught in the cross fire

Ekurhuleni Disaster and Emergency Management Services (DEMS) firefighters once again found themselves having to flee away from angry mob in Katlehong. Firefighters from Zonkizizwe Fire station responded out to a structural fire call in their newly replaced fire engine in Sunrise section after the previous one was torched in the same vicinity in September 2016.

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Teletxang it’s ChantRap

A much anticipated ChantRap EP was launched on the 30th of December 2017 at Crystal Park, Ekurhuleni. The EP was released on the 25th of December 2017, making it a Christmas gift for the ChantRap fans. Launch theme was a picnic, pool party set-up with nice music and great performances from Mochene and supporting acts.

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Hijacked quantum recovered following a high speed chase

A Toyota Quantum was on Thursday (04 Jan) around midday hijacked in Isando. Apparently, the hijackers were traveling in a red Kia with four occupants. Information received pointed to the fact that the driver of the hijacked vehicle was with one of the four accomplices in the Quantum after the hijacking.

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Recovery of illicit smokes valued at R2.4 million

On Thursday (04 Jan) afternoon the EMPD Public Order Policing Task Team members received information about the off-loading of a huge quantity of illicit cigarettes taking place in Lenasia. A prompt response on the part of the POPs Task Team members resulted in the recovery of two-hundred and forty-eight (248) master boxes of different brands of illicit cigarettes at house-cum- tuck shop.

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Four suspicious occupants abandon vehicle and take off on foot)

Busy patrolling in Vosloorus near Chris Hani Mall on Thursday (04 Jan) afternoon, the EMPD Public Order Policing Unit noticed a white Ford Figo with four suspicious-looking suspects. On indicating to the driver to stop, the driver decided instead to accelerate and speed away. A high speed chase ensued but the four occupants abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot. The vehicle was found abandoned in Spruitview.

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Tip off leads to a drug bust

The recovery of twenty-one 1kg ehphredine-filled bags estimated to be worth R1, 3 million on the streets – one foreign national arrested in kempton park.The EMPD Drug Enforcement Unit acted on a tip off received from a reliable source which led to the uncovering of twenty-one bags of ephedrine weighing one kilogram each valued at approximately R60, 000 each.

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A women brutally slaughtered

ReigerPark - The community of Ramaphosa is rearing with shock and disbelief after a 29-years-old women was slaughtered allegedly by her boyfriend. The gruesome incident occurred on Monday 2017-12-25 At about 18H40 our members arrived at crime scene in her shack at Amakhulu Street, and discovered the deceased lying on the pool of blood

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Men found hanging from a tree

On Thursday 2017-12-28 at about 10H00 police received a call after the community members discovered a African male at his mid-thirties, light in completion, neatly dressed hanging from the tree at Princis Ave, Delmore Park in the open veld. We are have opened the inquest docket. We are appealing to anyone who can assist the police to identify the body to kindly contact D/W/O Ben Oliphant at 011 916 7000 or 10111 or SMS line 32211.

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Men found hanging from a tree

Five adults and a child lost their lives after the minibus in which they were travelling, crashed against the metal centre barrier on M2 freeway East bound before Geldenhuys Interchange in Germiston Ekurhuleni. Ekurhuleni Disaster and Emergency Management Services (DEMS) rescue team from Germiston Central Fire Station, instantaneously responded out to the scene after receiving the call around 20:44 on Friday evening .

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A New Street Drug Called ‘FLAKKA’

Flakka, also known as a ‘zombie drug’ it’s a new drug that looks like bath salt and its one not to mess around with. People high on Flakka have apparently been known to throw themselves at vehicles and walls, twist their bodies in strange ways and the scariest of them all is biting.

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Buhle Park Primary holds an induction for foundation phase

On the 15th November 2017 Buhle Park Primary School held a foundation phase induction in which the main purpose was for the children to familiarise themselves with the Grade one (1) systems since there are currently still grade R pupils says the HOD Audrey Ndlovu

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Health is wealth

We are living in a time that is so fast paced, everything in and around us is determined by time whether we notice it or not. Busy schedules hold more preference than a person’s well-being. Before we know it we are part of a statistics

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BDB band gears up to host finale

BDB (Balance De Band) music band based in Vosloorus, gears up to host the BDB Nights Finale, in December 10, 2017. The event will start at 12pm up-until 2am amid dawn

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Not a victim of his circumstances

In life there are those who accept what's given to them, then there are those who take what's given to them and create a stepping stone to success out of it. Thabang Dlamini falls under the latter.

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Taxi strike hit home

A stranded morning to people using taxis; students and workers. Parents made necessary arrangement to get their grade 12 children to school as they are writing their year-end exams. The streets remained empty with no public transport except private vehicles.

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Youth Employment is Essential

An open land that once served as playing grounds for the youth of Buhle Park has now became the reasons some members of the youth now have food on the table. The land is being developed to build houses that will at some point help grow the community.

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Kiddies Beach Experience

Change colours kiddies beach experience is a programme focused on bringing joy to kid’s ages one to fourteen years old, guided by parents. The event takes place in Leondale sports ground and the venue is furnished with everything required to complete that “beach vibe experience”

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The OR Tambo Soncini Social Cohesion Games

The 28 October 2017 marked the opening of the OR Tambo Soncini Social Cohesion Games which were held at the Germiston Stadium. This was held as part of the centenary celebration of liberation icon, OR Tambo.

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SIGO’S is beverage with a story to tell

Masego Moroane moved to Joburg from Rusternburg to study, but fate had something in store for him.

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Skin by Thobi

Thobile Twala is a young lady who is so well informed about skin, a minute into a conversations with her left me being apologetic to my skin and how I've treated it in the past.

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Karate puts Thokoza on the map

Karate is a sport that puts ones focus on a straight line discipline. It is not everyday where a township has many karate centres where the community can train and one of the Senseis gets nominated.

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Young ones are welcome at Spruitview library

On Tuesday the 31st of October 2017 the Spruitview library was filled with songs of cheers and joyful little faces that could be heard all the way from the study cubicles.

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Weekend Give Back

On the 27th of October (Friday) 2017 to the 29th of October (Sunday) 2017, Ext 28 phase 1 in Vosloorus celebrated by doing a giving back camp named Camp4Change.The camp happens annually and it concentrates on children that come from unprivileged backgrounds both primary and secondary.

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Youth in agriculture

Destiny IkusasaLethu Co-operative, founded in 2017, is an ongoing youth development project, currently focused on agriculture and youth empowerment. IkusasaLethu encourages the youth to think outside the box, to revive their minds and to also promote unity and bring back the spirit of Ubuntu.

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Jabulani Maseko takkie wash

With the high unemployment rate, Jabulani who is business minded knew what he had to do to find a way or rather fend for himself. Time waits for no one therefore he couldn’t let life circumstances block his way and be tempted to adjust to the street life.

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No limitations even for the unemployed

Teboho Monaschy is a young black male who falls under the South African statistics of youth unemployment. In his quest to seek greener pastures. Teboho has started a small business which he operates from the comfort of his own home in a small town in the Eastrand known as Spruitview.

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