Today’s latest news and headlines September 4, 2022



We have the latest South Africa news and headlines for Sunday, September 4.

A shocking video of Alex High School students has gone viral after they chose to celebrate Spring in a ‘BARBAROUS’ way.

Meanwhile, a 42-year-old man visiting a friend was run over by his own bakkie in KZN and suffered chest and back injuries.

In some weirder news, a 26-year-old woman has lost her life in a tragic freak accident – ​​her hair reportedly got entangled in an airport conveyor belt.

On Wednesday, August 31, municipal officials found the body of an unidentified woman in a storm drain.

South African Police Service (SAPS) detectives in Bettelsdorp are seeking help from the community to trace the next of kin of the unidentified woman.

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) welcomed the decision of the Mahanda High Court to overturn the right granted to Shell to conduct a seismic survey off the Wild Coast.

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WATCH: Students at Alex High perform ‘BARBARIC’ on Spring Day

Students at Alex High School have gone viral after choosing to celebrate Spring in a “BARBAROUS” way by damaging furniture, a fire extinguisher and wasting water.

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Gauteng Education spokesperson Steve Mabona said the department had confirmed the incident.

“We can confirm that students who were supposed to be celebrating Spring Day on September 1, 2022 caused chaos at Alex High,” Mabona said, adding that furniture was damaged, water was used and students even tampered with fire extinguishers in school.

“It’s pretty barbaric what we’ve witnessed on the videos of what’s happening at this school. We just want to appeal to parents to help us in instilling discipline in the children because they need to understand that you cannot damage anything in your school and you expect it to be fixed.

Steve Mabona

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Man, 42, run over by OWN bakkie in KZN

A 42-year-old man has moderate injuries after being run over by his own baby.

The incident happened on William Street, Mount Moreland in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) on Friday 2 September.

The South African Response Unit (RUSA) revealed that their medics were returning from emergency at around 11:54 on Friday. They were informed of the horrific incident by a friend of the 42-year-old man.

RUSA specified that the driver of the white Mazda was visiting a friend. He parked his bakkie on the side of the road. While walking to his friend’s house, the man realized that his car was rolling.

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Body Found in Storm Drain – Do You Recognize These Tattoos?

On Wednesday, August 31, municipal officials found the body of an unidentified woman in a storm drain.

South African Police Service (SAPS) detectives in Bettelsdorp are seeking help from the community to trace the next of kin of the unidentified woman.

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Around 17:50 on August 31, municipal workers were working in Kwanoxolo. The workers were clearing blockages in storm drains when they came across the body of an unknown woman.

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Strange incident: Woman dies after hair gets caught in conveyor belt

A 26-year-old woman has lost her life in a tragic freak accident – her hair reportedly got entangled in an airport conveyor belt.

According to BETGermani Thompson, was a baggage handler at New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport in the United States (US) and was on the job when the incident occurred on August 30, 2022. Thompson was employed by GAT Airline Ground Support.

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Explaining the incident, airport officials say Thompson was unloading bags from a Frontier Airlines plane onto the tarmac when her hair got caught in a loader that evening.

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The EFF welcomes the decision to cancel the Shell Wild Coast study

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) welcomed the decision of the Mahanda High Court to overturn the right granted to Shell to conduct a seismic survey off the Wild Coast.

The Red Berets released a statement on September 3 welcoming the decision. The party believes that the Department should never have granted any rights to anyone when communities and groups highlighted that there had not been sufficient consultation with various stakeholders who would be affected.

The Mahanda High Court found that the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy and Shell had failed to comply with the relevant statutory requirements. The EFF said this decision was “classic for a state department of the ANC”.

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