CLAP N TAP AWARDS

6th Annual National Mmino wa Clap N Tap Awards Proposed Date 6 The Annual National Mmino wa Clap N Tap Awards #” Beginning of New You” #Rebirth –Biblically: The Bible says that man was created on the 6th dayFellow Clap ‘n Tap lovers and stakeholders nationwide, Africa and worldwide, due to thecovid-19 pandemic our scheduled awards have had to be put on hold and be ratherscheduled for November. And the new proposed date is as follows:Date: Friday 27th November 2020Venue: Theatre of Marcellus (Emperors Palace).Red Carpet ceremony: 18h30-19h45Main ceremony: 20h00Tickets…

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HIJACKED SEDAN RECOVERED

Yesterday (23 May) just before 15h15 in Villa Liza area next to Dawn Park, a blue Nissan Almera sedan fitted with a tracker kit, was hijacked from a liable owner, by unknown assailants next to Barry Marais road and in less than an hour, the robbed vehicle was recovered by the EMPD Training Academy Officers with Cartrack motor vehicles tracking company, in Klippirvier area. At 15h40 in Katlehong area corner Thutong and Sontonga roads, Officers on their way home after a long day, were stopped and approached by desperate ground…

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ILLICIT CIGARETTES CONFISCATED

The Gauteng Traffic Police have arrested an Ethiopian national found in possession of massive cartons of illicit cigarettes and fraudulent documents this morning on the N1 South Highway near Carousel Toll Plaza. The 32-year-old male from Yeoville, Johannesburg was arrested at the joint Covid-19 lockdown law enforcement operation conducted along the Border of Gauteng and Limpopo. The suspect was found with approximately 87 600 packets of Ramington Gold cigarettes which were confiscated by the Gauteng Traffic Police and immediately detained at Temba police station.  The street value of the confiscated cigarettes…

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POLICE BRUTALITY

While the Deputy Police Minister, Cassel Mathale, was assuring Parliament’s Police Committee that the police and the defence force had complied with the damning court ruling in the Collins Khoza case, Dr Pieter Groenewald, leader of the FF Plus, accused security forces of yet another incident in which a woman was arrested with needless brutality in the Strand, Western Cape. Replying to Groenewald, the Deputy Minister said that Friday the 22nd of May was the deadline for the police and the defence force to comply with the judgement, which stated…

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