KEEP RECYCLABLE WASTE

SORT AND KEEP RECYCLABLE WASTE AT HOME FOR WASTE PICKERS The level of consumption either of food, drinks or any other perishable during the lockdown has increased per household and the amount of waste from residences may also extremely increase, while the waste from the industries and firms decrease. This is primarily because some residents who are traditionally at work during the day are now at home. This is as many industries and firms have adopted a new way of working, resulting in some employees working from home to avoid…

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Vendor dazzles residents

Kgomotso Moloko, a young 28-year-old man from Duduza who is also a music student at the University of Witwatersrand changes his life by selling cleaning products.He is a musician at heart, but an entrepreneur on normal days. The young man is determined that he will not be a statistic of the unemployment rate in South Africa. His stage name is ‘Ntate Okolom’ since he is a performer, but he is known as ‘uMkhozi’ on the streets. Moloko says starting his own business was never an issue because he was business-minded…

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Hijacked vehicle found

Man arrested in possession of a hijacked motor vehicle The Katlehong SAPS on the 9th of January 2021 arrested a 36 year old man at Kwanele Section in Katlehong. Police were conducting a stop and search roadblock around Kwanele section when they spotted a white Hyundai H100 truck which appeared to be suspicious to them. Police forced the driver to pull over in order to search him. The driver was searched and during the search an investigation was also instigated, the police discovered that the vehicle was hijacked in Klipriver…

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Bicycles change lives in Katlehong

A stylish customised bicycle inspires three youthful men to establish a bicycle restoration hub in Katlehong (ward 49) Phadima section.The ‘7 K STUNTS’ restoration and customisation centre which deals with mending bicycles has become a community elevating hub for most young people in Katlehong because most children bring their old bicycles to be revived in the workshop,they also see it as an intriguing zone for entertainment and sharpening their mechanical expertise, the centre also offers repairing, reconditioning, renewing and painting services for bicycles which were declared un-usable.The bicycle restoration hub…

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Springs Home Affairs accused of poor service

On Tuesday the 12th of Janaury 2021 at 1pm people were looking Exhausted and frustrated at Springs Home Affairs, they were aggravated by the poor service as they arrived early in the morning to be assisted, unfortunately it was not as they expected.Clients of the Home Affairs accused the Home Affairs officials of bad attitudes and not showing the necessary urgency in assisting them, we don’t know if that’s way they’ve been trained. Most clients who were queuing ended up swearing at the workers as they vented their frustrations. A…

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THREE SUSPECTS ARRESTED

Gauteng Traffic Police arrest three suspects in Alberton for dealing in dagga The Gauteng Traffic Police have arrested three suspects on Thursday 14 Jan, for dealing in dagga in Alberton North near Funny Farm, Ekurhuleni corridor. The three male suspects aged 30, 40 and 44 respectively were arrested for unlawful possession of dagga estimated at a street value of +- R50,000.00. The suspects were detained at Alberton police station and were expected to appear at the Palm Ridge Magistrate Court on Friday morning to face charges relating to unlawful possession…

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