A screenshot where Nic Dlamini was allegedly assaulted by rangers at the Table Mountain National Park.
The NTT Pro Cycling club that top SA cyclist Nic Dlamini belongs to on Friday confirmed that the injury he suffered at the hands of SANParks rangers would have an impact on the competitions he had scheduled for 2020.
Dlamini was confirmed to have a fracture of his left humerus.
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One person was killed and four others injured in an accident between a bus and a car in Bronkhorstspruit, east of Pretoria, on Friday, paramedics said.
Netcare 911 paramedics responded to the accident at about 7.40am on Friday.
“Medics assessed the scene and found that an adult male had sustained fatal injuries and was declared deceased on the scene.
“An adult female had sustained serious injuries and required advanced life support intervention to stabilise her,” said Netcare 911 spokesperson Shawn Herbst.
Once treated, the seriously injured woman was flown by air ambulance to hospital.
Three other people – an adult male and two adult females – sustained minor to moderate injuries, Herbst said.
“Once stabilised all the patients were transported by ambulance to hospital for further treatment.”
A team of specialised detectives are on the hunt for a gang of heavily armed robbers who attacked nine tourists in Limpopo.
The attack occurred at a holiday house on a smallholding in Phalaborwa on Thursday night.
Three men, armed with handguns, held up the tourists, robbing them of 10 cellphones, a laptop, jewellery and over R5,000 in cash.
Police have declined to reveal the nationalities or identities of the tourists who returned to their home countries on Friday.
Police spokesperson Brig Vish Naidoo said in a statement the suspects escaped in the tourists’ rented Mercedes-Benz, which was later found abandoned in bushes 10km from the smallholding.
He said earlier this month the police and tourism ministries signed a memorandum of understanding to deal decisively with crime against tourists, which included increased police visibility in hotspot areas and training tourist monitors as police reservists.
Anyone with information on the suspects identity can contract Crime Stop on 086 00 10111.