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Body of baby boy found in rubbish bag in Bloemfontein

Bloemfontein -The body of a baby, wrapped in paper and a plastic bag, was found yesterday
morning in Pellisier, Bloemfontein. The body of the newly baby boy was found after a similar
case where a baby girl, Shiloh Zoé Hope was found and died after four days in hospital. Mr.
Daniel Mathe (47) a casual worker, found the baby in a black bag at about 09:00, it was left
on the side of the road. Mathe went to get help from one of the nearby houses and the police
was called. The baby was about 35 cm long and fully developed. It is not known if the baby
was still born.

Volksblad, 18 May 2010

Law is ready for Cup

Gauteng - The smoke of grenades wafted up to the skies in several South African flag colours
in Sandton during a simulation by South African’s law enforcement agencies yesterday. As if
reacting to a real hijacking incident, SAPS rapid response unit members were seen dropping
out of a helicopter on the Primedia building while other officers stayed alert on the ground
holding their weapons and looking ready for action.

The Citizen 18 May 2010

Cops need accurate info.

Police are advising the public to be clear and give the correct details when reporting incidents
for their attention. Giveng the wrong details, police could not locate an accident scene on
Sunday morning on the William Nicol Bridge over the N1 which involved a taxi and motorbike...

The Citizen 18 May 2010

Call to end rail strike.

Economist and business leaders want the Metrorail and Transnet strikes resolved immediately.
The labour action, which has already cost the country billions of rands, could lead to a total
break down of services and the economy. Buses and taxis saw an influx of commuters
yesterday as trains ground to a halt.

Sowetan 18 May 2010

Date set for Gautrain to carry first passengers.

Gauteng’s state-of-the-art Gautrain is set to carry its first passengers from OR Thambo
International Airport to Sandton on 8 June, three day’s before the World Cup kick-off. Four
stations – OR Thambo, Rhodesfield in Kempton Park, Marboro and Sandton – would be fully
operational on 5 June. This is also the date for the inauguration.

Star, 18 May 2010

				
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