An overloaded taxi travelling from Limpopo to Gauteng is one of the vehicles stopped by police in Gauteng during a recent lockdown roadblock.
The taxi was stopped in Mamelodi, Pretoria with 22 passengers (11 adults and 11 children). The passengers were coming from Marble Hall, Limpopo. Six of the 11 children between the ages of three and 13 years were travelling unaccompanied.
When asked they managed to travel across the provinces, the driver told authorities that they used gravel roads to avoid roads with roadblocks.
Police Minister Bheki Cele, who was at one of the roadblocks, urged Gauteng police and law enforcement agencies, not to neglect back routes and farm routes during the operations.
A total of 97 suspects were arrested on various contraventions of the COVID-19 Disaster Management Regulations, while police also recovered an illegal firearm at one of the roadblocks.
In other news – Kwaito star Mshoza gets married for the third time
You remember when the mistress broke the internet last year with a viral video where she revealed how a top class of a woman she is and urged all men who would try her to be rich. It seems like she finally found the one for her! Kwaito mega star Mshoza has tied the knot for the third time.
Sunday World can exclusively reveal that Mshoza got married to East Rand businessman Prince Dlamini at a Home Affairs office in Joburg in a low-key ceremony attended by close friends and relatives on February 13. continue reading