(Suthentira Govender), Author at Latest News

eThekwini demolishes an illegal pub that fuels crime in the CBD

that illegal pub which had been contributing to crime in the Durban CBD were demolished by the city authorities. Durban Metro Police said Durban municipality The building in Lancer Road, Berea, where the pub used to operate, was demolished. A joint operation involving police, municipality and government entities resulted in the pub being evacuated last … Read more

Legal fraternity must be Fica compliant to avoid exposure to financial crime: the watchdog

“The FIC was pleased to have the opportunity to engage with the Law Society on these and other important topics, which are central to addressing the concerns raised by the Financial Action Task Force following its assessment of South Africa’s AML/CFT regime,” he said. The country’s Financial Action Task Force greylisted earlier this year assigning … Read more

Four-year-old from Durban ‘electrocuted by illegal contact’

A four-year-old girl died after touching an illegal electrical connection in Canyonlands, north of Durban, on Monday. Residents of the shantytown where the incident occurred contacted the Special Security Response Unit and the South African Paramedic Service (ROSA). for help. When the team members arrived, they fAbout the little girl whose family transferred her to … Read more

The Port of Richards Bay resumes operations after a temporary closure

Richards Bay harbor It resumed operations after putting plans in motion to resolve an environmental issue that led to its temporary closure for a day. The port had halted all operations on Thursday after receiving a notice of compliance with an environmental order in a department within its facility. It said in a statement on … Read more

eThekwini’s electrical infrastructure is under ‘extreme strain’ during the Phase 6 load offloading

eThekwini Municipality says the recent escalation to Phase 6 offloading has severely strained the electricity infrastructure in the city. In an “urgent electricity alert” posted on its Facebook page, the municipality urged residents to “Shut off their electrical appliances immediately shed loads And note the 30-minute delay before turning it on.” “This critical measure is … Read more

Children discover the skeletal remains of an infant in the bush while playing

Children playing near an informal settlement in Inanda, north of Durban, made a horrifying discovery on Wednesday when they found the skeletal remains of an infant boy. Prem Balram, a spokesman for the private security company, Reaction Unit (ROSA), said the remains were recovered from the bush. The discovery was made by children playing near … Read more

Hunger Relief will provide one million meals to needy people in South Africa during Mandela’s month

The #UnionAgainstHunger Mandela Month campaign is calling for participation in SA Harvest’s mission to provide one million meals a month. Businesses across the food supply chain are encouraged to donate food in multiples of 67, 670, 6,700, or 67,000 units, kilograms, or tons. Individuals and businesses can contribute by donating in denominations of R67, R670, … Read more