Carjacker nabbed with fiream | Isambane News

Carjacker nabbed with fiream | Isambane News

Last night at 22:00, a meter taxi driver was traveling on the R103 in Roosboom transporting two passengers. He stopped at Roosboom and whilst waiting for them to pay, one of the passengers strangled him. At gunpoint, they robbed him of his vehicle, cash, cellphone and a portable radio. The carjacking was reported at Ladysmith SAPS for police intervention. In the early hours of this morning at 01:00, Greenwood Park police officers followed up information regarding the suspects involved in the carjacking in Ladysmith. They proceeded to the Boxwood informal settlement…

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Drug operations continue to reap good results | Isambane News

Drug operations continue to reap good results | Isambane News

Operations conducted by police officers from the Provincial Drug and Firearm Unit continue to bear fruit when they nabbed two suspects in possession of drugs in the Umkomaas. The operation was carried out yesterday at 15:00 on Sandelwood Street, V Section where a 27-year-old man was found in possession of drugs. He was found in possession of 31 pieces of rock cocaine and 22 tablets of mandrax. A follow up operation was also conducted near Ultra City where a 36-year-old man was also nabbed with drugs in his possession. He was found…

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The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has announced that over 3 million individual taxpayers will not have to file tax returns due to the organisation’s auto-assessments | Isambane News

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has announced that over 3 million individual taxpayers will not have to file tax returns due to the organisation’s auto-assessments | Isambane News

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has announced that over 3 million individual taxpayers will not have to file tax returns due to the organisation’s auto-assessments. Edward Kieswetter Sars commissioner The assessments will be done over August. Commissioner Edward Kieswetter held a media briefing in Midrand on Thursday. “From the first to the 31st of August we are happy to launch a mass launch of our auto assessment process, which means that about 3.1 million individual SMS’s will be sent out and it will advise you of an assessment we…

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SASSA Introduces Payment Method Changes for COVID-19 Grant | Isambane News

SASSA Introduces Payment Method Changes for COVID-19 Grant | Isambane News

SASSA presents beneficiaries of the COVID-19 grant with an opportunity to receive their grants at their chosen and convenient outlets. Beneficiaries can now change from one payment method to another. They can change from receiving their grant at the Post Office to a bank account of their choice or vice versa. They also have the flexibility to move from one bank to another. In order to achieve this, SASSA is opening its system for approved citizens to update the channel through which payment should be made. This will be open…

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IFP Applauds Arrest of Premier’s Office Officials by Hawks and Calls for Lifestyle Audits and an Anti-Corruption Indaba | Isambane News

IFP Applauds Arrest of Premier’s Office Officials by Hawks and Calls for Lifestyle Audits and an Anti-Corruption Indaba | Isambane News

The IFP feels vindicated following the arrest of officials in Premier Sihle Zikalala’s office. The IFP have long been saying that there is corruption taking place right under the Premier’s nose. We welcome the arrest by the Hawks of CFO, Ziphathe Mboneni Cibane, personal assistant, Nomusa Zakwe, administration clerk, Njabulo Makhathini, senior administration clerk, Sthembiso Msomi, and Director of Phumelanga Communications, Gugu Kheswa. All were granted bail by the Durban Commercial Crimes Court yesterday, however we believe more big fishes are still lurking in the sea of corruption. Phumelanga Communications…

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MEC Mshengu condemns the burning of the Umlazi District School | Isambane News

MEC Mshengu condemns the burning of the Umlazi District School | Isambane News

The MEC for Education in KwaZulu-Natal, Kwazi Mshengu has condemned the incident of burning of Esiphukwini Primary School under Umlazi district. According to the preliminary reports, the school was burnt by unknown people yesterday morning, 30 July 2020. “This unfortunate and babaric incident sets us back in that it happens at a time when as a department we have redirected most of our financial resources to deal with the Covid 19 Pandemic. We ask the community to work with the police to ensure that the culprits are swifly appreheded, said…

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