Two more gunshot victims were found earlier in the week, contributing to Baden Powell Drive’s notoriety as a dumping ground for bodies.
Failing to heed medical advice, especially when you’ve tested positive for the coronavirus, will have dire consequences.
In what looks like a gang-related hit, two gunmen brazenly shot a woman in her car while she was filling up at a petrol station in Cape Town.
I’m man enough to admit I couldn’t stomach jumping out of a plane at 1 200 metres, and stories like this aren’t exactly going to help ease that fear. Another murder scandal ahead.
Multi-award winning rapper, Khuli Chana, became a victim of police violence early this morning, when SAPS fired multiple shots at his driver window. Chana was on his way to meet a DJ at the New Road Caltex garage for a gig in Pretoria when he was shot at from an unmarked police vehicle.
Yesterday,social cyclists taking part in a Critical Mass event in Sao Paulo, Brazil, we’re struck and injured by a vehicle accelerating through the crowd of cyclists. How no one was killed in the process is mystifying, and the only bright spot on this whole affair. Police have arrested a suspect.
Long-time 2oceansvibe readers will be aware of our mild allergy to offensive cyclists – you know, the chaps who cruise in to cafes on Saturday morning, sweat gushing from their epidermis, balls cupped by spandex, which are at eye level as they walk in. But we never said anyone should drive at full speed into a crowd of cyclists.
UK student, Edward Woollard, has been sentenced to two years and eight months behind bars for violent disorder. What kind of violent disorder, you might ask? The kind of violent disorder that sees you lob a large fire extinguisher at the potentially mushy heads of policemen eight stories below you. And he got very close. Watch the video after the break.