Barcoded ID books are not being phased out

Barcoded ID books are not being phased out: South Africans have been assured that the green barcoded identity books will remain a legal form of identification despite growing false reports on social media claiming otherwise.. Articles relating to Places | pretoria Maharaj's place in danger for Centurion: The Proteas may seriously consider going into the second Test match against India without a specialist spinner, writes Lloyd Burnard.. Articles relating to Places | pretoria … [Read more...]

Pretoria Image: red bulls head posing aart figure daffodils in blue mason jar glass vase hand art picture in frame lamp and books on shelves

This #Blue Bulls tagged image is courtesy of Flickr. Click on the Flickr account holder below the photograph to see more. Image by ProFlowers.com www.proflowers.com You are free to: Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially. You must give appropriate credit and provide a link to the www.proflowers.com home page. More Pretoria Images This Blue Bulls image was automatically … [Read more...]

Markram, Titans rewrite history books, maul Lions

Aiden Markram smashed the highest individual score in domestic history and the Titans recorded their highest score ever as they thrashed the Highveld Lions. Full Article here: Articles relating to Places | pretoria … [Read more...]

Cashing in on latest trend – covering books of pupils

Back to school – and covering school books – has proven to be more than a job for mom, as people have identified it as a business opportunity. Full Article here: Virgillate Gwangwa IOL section Feed for Gauteng … [Read more...]

Cocaine worth R574k stuffed in books bound for India

Customs officials intercepted a shipment of books which had been hollowed out and stuffed with cocaine, en route to India from OR Tambo International airport. Full Article here: News Gauteng Category RSS … [Read more...]

Over 270 000 uncollected ID books – Gigaba

Over 270 000 South Africans have smart cards and ID books waiting for them at home affairs offices countrywide, Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Friday. Full Article here: Articles relating to Places | pretoria … [Read more...]