Daily Archives: August 4, 2020

Hazyview police station temporarily closed

All communities serviced by the Hazyview police station are advised that this police station will be temporarily closed due to a member who tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. The Community Service

Three suspects arrested in Steynsburg with dagga and drugs

In the early hours of this morning members from Crime Intelligence attached to the Operational Command Centre and Visible Policing were conducting a combined intelligence driven operation. Three different houses were identified.

Police swift response ensure arrest of five suspects for business robbery in Lansdowne

WESTERN CAPE – The swift response by members attached to the Anti-Gang Unit and Athlone SAPS led to the arrest of five suspects last night. The members responded to a business robbery

Police Minister wishes Ms Jennifer Ntlatseng well on her new role as police Watchdog Director

PRETORIA – The Minister of Police, General Bheki Cele has welcomed Ms Jennifer Ntlatseng as the new Executive Director for the Independent Police Investigative Directorate. Ntlatseng who is the first female to

Police search operation underway for a missing girl

POLOKWANE: The Police in Polokwane are investigating a case of a missing person after a 16-year-old girl, Nhlanhla Njabulo Mene residing in Dorp Street, Polokwane who allegedly went missing on Friday, 31

Tzaneen police Constable convicted for theft

LIMPOPO: A 43-year-old former police Constable, Mohale Aubrey Matswi, was convicted of theft on Tuesday, 4 August 2020 by the Tzaneen Magistrates’ Court. The former Tzaneen SAPS Constable approached two suspects in

Connected for Better: AACSB’s Focus on Positive Societal Impact

World’s largest business education alliance seeks to highlight impactful change TAMPA, Florida, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — AACSB International (AACSB) announces business education’s renewed commitment and focus on creating positive societal change, demonstrating that

Selon les nouvelles prévisions de l’IHME à propos de la COVID-19 en Éthiopie, près de 8 000 personnes décéderont d’ici au 1er novembre prochain, mais l’utilisation de masques pourrait réduire de 65 % le nombre de décès

On craint qu’après que la nation décide d’assouplir les mesures, « ce virus vicieux se propagera rapidement dans tout le pays, et en particulier à Addis-Abeba » SEATTLE, 4 août 2020 /PRNewswire/ — L’Institute for

New IHME COVID-19 Forecasts for Ethiopia Show Nearly 8,000 People Dying by November 1, But Mask Usage Could Reduce Deaths by 65%

Concern that as nation eases mandates, ‘this vicious virus will spread rapidly throughout the country, especially in Addis Ababa’ SEATTLE, Aug. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation