Former Department of Social Development director general Zane Dangor suspects foul play after assailants took nothing from his house during a home invasion on Monday.
Uber South Africa has said threats and intimidation against their ‘driver-partners’ is unacceptable.
A disgruntled congregant, who threatened the life of the chairperson of a religious and cultural protection group, has been found guilty of intimidation.
Police and private security allegedly threatened a University of Johannesburg journalism student who was at the scene of a murder, the South African Communication Association said on Friday. Two police officers visited Magnificent Ndebele, 20, in his residence between 01:00 and 02:00 last Thursday and confiscated his equipment, including his cellphone and laptop without providing a warrant, Sacomm said in a statement.
Two Uber customers who were intimidated by metered taxi drivers outside the Sandton Gautrain station on Monday had a warning for fellow fans of the app-based service. Shaken but not stirred, Kerry Lehmann and Lauren-Lee Poultney told Fin24 they were concerned by the lack of protection from security or police officers after they were forced […]
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