EFF Thugs Chases White Shoppers Away At Centurion Shopping Mall

On Sunday morning, 27 May 2018, a resident from Centurion sent a frantic warning to fellow residents in Centurion warning them about EFF thugs chasing white shoppers away from a shopping mall. Apparently white privilege is the reason why white people are not allowed to visit a shopping mall. Here are a few questions: Since when is it white privilege to buy food or other essentials? Since when can the EFF decide where whites may or may not go? Why do EFF thugs and their akin always hunt in packs like hyenas? Clearly these thugs are low life cowards that target defenseless women and run in packs? Why does it seem that the EFF is the de facto racist enforcers on behalf of the government? What else are whites barred from: White people are barred from job opportunities through oppressive legislation like BEE and BBBEE. White people are barred from universities through restrictive quota enrollment programs. Whites are barred from sport teams through enforced quota sys…
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Pretoria bus strike action leaves commuters stranded

Workshop personnel at the C de Wet Bus Depot in Tshwane have downed tools, preventing more than 100 buses from moving off and leaving commuters stranded on Thursday. Executive director of Tshwane Strategic Communication Selby Bokaba said the Tshwane Bus Service (TBS) was surprised by the move because they were not informed of the employees' intentions. Two trucks blocked the entrance to the depot. Only three of 105 buses managed to exit before the gate was blocked. "Bus commuters in Centurion, Olievenhoutbosch, Danville, Pretoria East and some in Lotus Gardens have been severely affected by the strike," said Bokaba in a statement. Bokaba added that the disgruntled personnel, which include artisans, senior operators and general workers, embarked on the strike because of overtime-related grievances and the apparent outsourcing of work to external companies. "The City of Tshwane profusely apologises to our loyal bus commuters who have been left stranded and incon…
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Row over occupancy at Jean Crossing Shopping Centre in Centurion

TWO years after the upmarket Jean Crossing Shopping Centre in Centurion opened its doors, it is still battling to obtain a certificate of occupancy from the City. The main dispute between the parties relates to the construction and completion of a main stormwater drainage system that the mall owners had agreed to erect on behalf of the City at an estimated cost of R22million. The City accepted that the physical buildings and all services at the shopping centre had been completed, but it was not willing to issue the final certificate of occupancy as the stormwater drainage system had not been completed. The City said the system - which will serve about 1000 households and numerous businesses around the shopping centre - constituted infrastructure “incidental to the building” (the mall) and it can thus not issue a final certificate. This, while the Jean Crossing Shopping Centre had been occupied since 2015 and the City levying its full quota of rates and taxes, servic…
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IT WILL COST CITY OF PRETORIA R60M TO REPAIR SINKHOLES

The City Of Tshwane says it will cost about R60 million to repair sinkholes in the city over the next two financial years. The city has allocated R25 million to repair one particular sink hole on Jean Avenue in Centurion. This is one of 24 in the city. The operation is expected to run for about nine months. Spokesperson Samkelo Mgobozi said: “Well, we look at region four which includes Centurion and Laudium and those areas. And this is not necessarily something that we can prevent from happening although we’re working closely with archaeologists to ensure that we monitor the situation and monitor the sinkholes that are caused by an array of issues so that we can mitigate them in future.” By: EWN
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Sewe verdagtes word aangekeer in Pretoria ivm motorfietsdiefstalle

Die Pretoriase polisie het sewe verdagtes in hegtenis geneem in verband met ʼn vlaag motorfietsdiefstalle die afgelope tyd. Kapt. Agnes Huma, woordvoerder van die polisie, het gesê die mans, tussen 25 en 35 jaar oud, is Dinsdag in die vroeë oggendure in Rooihuiskraal in Centurion in hegtenis geneem. “Die mans se modus operandi was om na bewering in ʼn wit Quantum in die Rooihuiskraal-omgewing rond te ry op soek na motorfietse wat binne of buite persele parkeer is,” het Huma gesê. “Nadat hulle ʼn spesifieke huis identifiseer het, sou hulle later in die aand terugkeer, die honde vergiftig om toegang te verkry en dan die motorfiets steel.” Huma het gesê die polisie in samewerking met die gemeenskapspolisiëringsforum en plaaslike veiligheidsmaatskappye het ʼn gesamentlike intelligensie-gedrewe operasie geloods en die Quantum Dinsdag omstreeks 01:30 opgemerk. “Die polisie het die voertuig voorgekeer en die sewe verdagtes is in hegtenis geneem. Toerusting om by huise in te…
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Centurion-lisensiekantoor gesluit ná rooftog

Die lisensiekantore in Centurion is Woensdag gesluit ná ʼn rooftog Dinsdagaand. Daar is verskeie rekenaars en kameras tydens die aanval gebuit. Die Tshwane-metropolisie het in ʼn verklaring gesê die kantore is gesluit om die SAPDmtoe te laat om hul ondersoek ongehinderd uit te voer. Volgens die metropolisie en die munisipaliteit sal die kantore Donderdag weer oopwees, maar sal daar slegs beperkte dienste aangebied word. ’n Voorlopige ondersoek dui daarop dat rekenaars, eNaTIS-skerms en ander rekenaartoerusting gesteel is. Sr.supt. Isaac Mahamba, woordvoerder van die Tshwane-metropolisie, het gesê die dienste wat Donderdag beskikbaar sal wees, sluit leerlinglisensies, praktiese toeste vir bestuurslisensies en die afhaal van nuwe lisensiekaarte in. “Daar sal tot verdere kennisgewing geen lisensiehernuwingsversoeke verwerk word nie. Mense kan in die tussentyd Akasia en Bronkhorstspruit se lisensiekantore besoek vir dié diens,” het Mahamba gesê.
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