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Belhar police station becomes fourth to confirm Coronavirus case in Western Cape

The Belhar police station has been closed after an officer tested positive for the coronavirus.

This is the fourth police station in the Western Cape to be closed due to the outbreak of the virus.

Last week, the Bellville South station was closed after a staff member tested positive. Earlier in the month, the Athlone and Hermanus stations were also temporarily shut down after staffs member contracted the virus.

Provincial police spokesperson Novela Potelwa said a decontamination process is currently underway at the station.

She added the police officials who have been in contact with the infected are in quarantine and are undergoing the necessary screening and testing. The station should be open within the next 48 hours.

Operations at the station have been relocated to a community hall in the area.

The Athlone, Hermanus, and Belville South stations have since been decontaminated and have reopened.

In other news – R30 000 reward for any information on Zodwa Wabantu’s stolen stuff

The dancer just came through a sad moment after her house was broken into and valuable stuff was stolen, and she has came out seeking for help from anyone with any information on the robbery, the reward is R30K.

Zodwa Wabantu

Zodwa Wabantu, unfortunately, was the victim of a house robbery that resulted in her losing over R100,000 in items stolen. The socialite’s house in Malvern, Durban was broken into and luckily she was not home at the time of the incident. continue reading

Source: EWN

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