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Robbers trapped inside safe A quick thinking employee at the Sky City Mall in Kliprivier trapped two armed robbers in a safe before police arrested them with the stolen cash yesterday evening. Police also recovered a firearm which they allegedly used to shoot at the door which failed to open. The suspects were part
of a gang that terrorised the employees at the Mall but others managed to escape in a getaway vehicle leaving their accomplices behind. Police have launched a manhunt for them. Members of the K9 Unit, Flying Squad and local police officers surrounded the complex when they heard that the
suspects were trapped inside the safe. They entered the premises and managed to arrest the suspects. The suspects sustained minor injuries during the arrest and were taken to the Sebokeng Hospital under police guard. They will be charged with cases including attempted murder, business robbery
and possession of unlicensed firearm. The suspects are being profiled as they may be part of a gang that are involved in serious and violent crimes including business robberies and hijacking of vehicles. Source: Office of the Provincial Commissioner Gauteng
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Man found dead after being kicked out of taxi
THE UNFATHOMABLE DEATH OF A 27-YEAR-OLD MAN HAS FLUNG HIS FAMILY INTO PROFOUND MOURNING AND DISTRESS BECAUSE OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES AROUND HIS PASSING AWAY.
The unfathomable death of a 27-year-old man has flung his family into profound mourning and distress because of the circumstances around his passing away. Motorists discovered Thomas
Manenzhe sprawling inert on the grass by the side of the freeway between the Tobias and Haakdooring roads in the Naboomspruit. He had bruises on the body, his left knee was swollen, and his one leg was broken. His belt was found in another spot, while his shoes were also off his feet, several metres away. Thomas was a resident at Magau village in the Sinthumule area. The provincial police’s spokesperson, Col Moatshe Ngoepe, said that the police were investigating a case of culpable homicide. “We request members of the public to assist in providing us with information that might lead to the identification and arrest of the suspect,” Ngoepe said. However, according to the information provided by the family
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and one female passenger who could not be named at this stage, Manenzhe boarded a minibus taxi en route from Gauteng to Venda from the Bosman Station taxi rank in Pretoria. The taxi broke down along the way, just around the Kranskop tollgate. “We waited for some time while the driver arranged for another taxi to come and load us, because he could neither fix the vehicle nor determine the cause of the problem,” said a fellow passenger. “A similar taxi arrived, and we all got into it. We drove off for some time before an older man and two young men were involved in a fracas with Thomas.” The three men allegedly started beating Thomas right inside the moving taxi. He fell down in the passage and they allegedly continued kicking him. The taxi eventually stopped, and the four men were advised to get off to continue “fighting” outside the taxi. However, the driver insisted that Thomas should be left there at that place, because he was now talking too much. The family spokesperson, Naledzani Mulaudzi, said that the family was utterly distraught about the manner in which the taxi driver had treated
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Cops found disabled teen alone Over 3K schools to close due to dwindling numbers and chained to chair
By Sipho Mabena
A 30-year-old mother accused of chaining her 12-year-old disabled daughter and locking her inside the house was granted R500 bail in the Bela Bela Magistrate’s Court. Limpopo police spokesman Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe however said the woman was still in custody because no one turned up to pay her bail. She was arrested after concerned
neighbours alerted police about a girl being ill-treated by her mother. Officers found the 12-year-old alone and chained to a chair in the house. She was rescued and taken to a place of safety. The mother was arrested and charged with child neglect and appeared in court on Thursday. Her case was postponed to August for further investigation.
Schools haemorrhaging pupils are
more than 1,300 schools facing demise
mainly in the rural areas of Limpopo,
or merger in that province alone.
Mpumalanga, North West and the
By January 2017, 508 schools were ei-
ther merged or closed down in the
The department of basic education is
Eastern Cape, with multimillion-rand
set to close thousands of primary and
schools built as recently as 1994 left
secondary schools throughout the coun-
to rot and costly stationery and equip-
try, the majority in the Eastern Cape,
ment gathering dust.
Rise in Africa-inspired dolls
mainly due to the dwindling number of
There were also reports of pupils at
Junction Farm School, closed in 2004 in
Provincial departments have received
the Cathcart farming area, complain-
In the past few years, South Africa has seen a rise in Africa-inspired dolls that are brown-skinned, have kinky hair and are dressed in outfits that represent the diversity of the country ’s cultures. All the founders had one thing in common when they created these dolls — the hope that young South African girls would take pride in how they look because it’s reflected in the dolls they play with. We look at four of these creations: Sibahle Collection Sibahle is a Zulu word that means “we are beautiful”. The dolls in the collection have features that resemble most African and Caribbean children’s facial and body features. “We decided to do this because we want our children to know they are beautiful the way they are. We hope the dolls’ hair will teach our children how to take care of their own natural hair from a young age and to love the skin that they’re in,” said the founders, Caroline Hlahla and Khulile Vilakazi-Ofosu.
Momppy Mpoppy “This is more than just a business, we are creating awareness that our dark skin and thick Afro hair are pretty as they are,” said founder, Maite Makgoba. “We want kids to see beauty in Mpoppy, to see themselves while playing with her.” Ntombenhle Dolls More than 10 years ago, Molemo Kgomo wanted to buy her daughter a doll that she would be able to relate to, and one that would help her little girl embrace her heritage and skin colour. “There were a few available ... but they were simply not true representations of black people,” she told Entrepreneur magazine. It is then that Ntombenhle dolls were born. Baby Thando Created by Girlz Ink, baby Thando (meaning love) has an Afro and chocolate skin tone. “This baby doll will allow little girls to appreciate their uniqueness, beauty and it will also teach them to learn the basics in our languages such as singing, counting etc.,” said the company.
ing that their children were unable to
schools that should either be merged or
get to their new school, 28km away, as
closed, a move which the department
there was no transport.
says will save money and optimise
The department said the main reason
for the drop in the number of pupils
According to the department’s spokes-
in rural schools was because parents
person, Elijah Mhlanga, more than
moved to cities, or moved their chil-
3,000 primary schools with fewer than
dren to live with relatives in cities.
135 pupils, as well as high schools with
Mhlanga said the process of closing
fewer than 225 pupils, will either be
down or merging schools took at least
closed or merged.
nine months, as every step had to ad-
“It is also to save money because there
here to rules and regulations.
is no reason to keep these schools open.
According to a circular from the Mpu-
If there are two schools that can be
malanga department of education, the
merged to reach the required [teacher-
school “rationalisation is intended to
pupil] ratio, then that will be done,” he
reduce or eliminate the number of mi-
cro schools and merge them with other
schools so as to address inefficiencies
mainly in the rural areas of Limpopo,
in the system and improve quality of
Mpumalanga, North West and the East-
ern Cape, which leads the pack with
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Schoolgirls dating taxi drivers Pastor feeds followers dog meat The image of a taxi driver looking cool and powerful in a taxi with the latest music appeals to young innocent girls, who fall for their sweet talk, while parents are left hurt and disappointed when they realise their “little girl” is dating an older man. Senior lecturer at the Department of Sociology Dr Rob Pattman, said young girls tend to fall for taxi drivers because they can provide for them materially. “As older and more powerful males, taxi drivers and conductors may be particularly popular among some schoolgirls because they see them every day and also because of the status they may attach to men driving and owning vehicles. Where power is associated with males, the girls may view their own status as being enhanced through developing a relationship with such men,” said Pattman. He said, however, these kinds of relationships are often problematic and exploitative and no doubt contribute to the much higher incidence of HIV and Aids among teenage girls than boys “Often it is girls, themselves who are blamed for being materialistic and entering these relationships for access to the 3 Cs - cash, cars and cellphones,” he said. A parent, who does not wish to be named, said he feels it’s the taxi drivers’ sweet talk that young girls fall for. “They charm the young girls and once they get what they want, they leave them,” he said. His two teenage daughters were impregnated by taxi drivers. He said he still felt “a lot of pain and anger towards the men”. He feels that what happened with his daughters, whether it was consensual or not, was rape as they were still young. His wife, on the other hand, expressed a different opinion. She said she did not blame anyone for what happened to her daughters. “Before I blame anyone, I blame myself.” She said she believed dysfunctional families produce unhappy children who do not turn to their parents and
fall prey to this type of situation. She said she had wanted to give her children a happy home but felt she had failed them. “It is not only one sector in our community that does this to our children. The abuse is all over, it’s in our homes, schools and everywhere.” A teenage girl, who cannot be named, said initially a driver would start by paying compliments to a young girl and the girl would eventually give in to the relationship. “Being young and foolish you start to accept the gifts he buys for you. You forget about how old he is and enjoy that fact that he says he cares for you,” she said. She said that it was mostly about the free rides and the money. She added that at first bunking school is not an option, but when “you think of the things the driver has done for you, you will bunk when they ask you to”. “Sometimes you do think about how it will hurt your family if they find out that you are dating a taxi driver, but then you realise that you have gone too far and can’t go back.” A nurse from Newlands, Lizette Conway said some of the drivers and conductors have bad attitudes and act as if they are doing the community a favour but are just causing problems. She feels there needs to be “some sort of law that monitors these guys’ behaviour” and doesn’t let them get off lightly when they put a foot wrong. Pattman believes the root of the problem lies in the assumption that males are expected to be economically and socially more powerful than their female partners.
received healing. However, when asked where he found the poor canine, Peter refused to answer and claimed he had to get to a sermon. However, this has been found somehow not good by those outside the ministry and there seem to be actions to be taken over this act.
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“If the problem of schoolgirls having relationships with taxi drivers is to be addressed, then, we need to encourage boys and girls to develop more equal relations with each other. “The current state of affairs is not good for girls who are often exploited in relationships with older males,” concluded Pattman.
TAXI BOSS BY DAY, SINGER BY NIGHT By Aaron Dube
Pastor Veteran Peter from the Heaven on Earth Centre Ministries in Mahikeng, North West, fed his congregation meat from a dog he had slaughtered. The church shared disturbing photos of the incident on its Facebook page and captioned the post with Mark 16. Peter confirmed he gave his congregation dog meat and claimed that all who ate
THEMBI Magubane (45) said being a taxi boss is not easy, but she has learnt to take the blows. The businesswoman from Daveyton, Ekurhuleni, owns nine taxis. She’s also a gospel singer with three albums under her belt. Thembi said she loved the taxi industry. The mother of two children said the taxi world is not always easy, but counting profits is always wonderful. “Some taximen find it hard to listen to a woman, even when I come up with a good idea,” she told Daily Sun. Thembi said there’s nothing that makes her more comfortable than
walking around the taxi ranks. “The taxi industry needs respect and unity. “It’s a good investment opportunity, even though there are challenges.” Her recording label is called Music is Life. “During the day I run taxis and at night I’m busy writing songs.” She’s working on a live DVD. It will be released in November. “It will be released at the same time as I’m on tour in the UK,” she told the People’s Paper. Her album Singakwazi has been nominated for this year’s Ingoma Awards in the category of Best Female Artist.
The Ndlovu Youth Choir recently opened up about their journey on America’s Got Talent (AGT). The South African choir caught Mzansi’s attention following their stellar performance on the show that saw them receive a standing ovation. The video of their audition on the show received over five million views. In an interview with Channel 24, the
choir’s musical director, Ralf Schmitt said that the group is over the moon after they made it to the live show rounds. “We have received the most amazing messages of encouragement. One of the most beautiful ones was when someone said, ‘South Africa needs another 2010, and this is it’.”
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By Zeb Mathobela
A young, talented baseball player who is currently doing grade four at Leratadima Primary School, Teboho Mofokeng, has temporarily abandoned his primary school classroom for the international baseball arena. Teboho is on the trip of a lifetime, representing South Africa at the WBSC u-12 Baseball World Cup in Tianang, Taiwan, until August 4. The fortnightlong tournament brings together all the top baseballplaying nations at u-12 level. Teboho will be exposed to some of the best exponents of the sport in the world in his age group.
Teboho plays at the Palm Ridge Baseball Club, situated in Palm Ridge Alberton. The club receives no funds from parents and therefore rely on donations, but thanks to the Greater Alberton Taxi Association and Bligvest they have managed to donate R10 000 to Teboho. The U-12 Baseball World Cup in Tainan will be the stage of the best 11- and 12-year-old baseball players in the world, and Teboho will be among the very best and most iconic facilities ever offered to talented young athletes of this age. Taxi Times wishes Teboho best of luck.
Proteas fall short of Netball World Cup
Australia has just knocked the South African Netball Team out of the Women’s World Cup. the Australian team beat SA 55-53. The game was a close call, with South Africa outscoring Australia in the third quarter. However, the Proteas’ effort was not enough to topple the strong Australian team. The South African National Netball Team can be proud of their achievement, as they played
well for the duration of the World Cup and made it all the way to the semi-finals. Taxi Times understands that the Australians are the defending champions of the Netball World Cup, as well as the current world number 1 team. Supermarket giant Spar, the SA netball team’s sponsor, has announced that they would pay R1.2m bonus and the money will be shared by the squad’s 12 players.
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