1. PrimeSteak

    Gordhan wants scrap metal export ban in bid to halt infrastructure vandalism
  2. Jan

    MTN spending R150 million on replacing stolen and vandalised equipment in KZN

    R150 million on replacing stolen and vandalised MTN equipment in KwaZulu-Natal MTN will invest over R500 million in its network in KwaZulu-Natal following the violence and looting that erupted in parts of the province during July. It will also provide R10 million in support to over 1,000 spaza...
  3. jes

    Mobile network vandalism on the rise

    Mobile network vandalism on the rise Vandalism of mobile network infrastructure is on the rise in South Africa
  4. LazyLion

    Two Nabbed for Cable Theft

    Two men were caught digging up copper cable on the side of a road in Alrode, Alberton, Ekurhuleni metro police said on Wednesday. "The suspects were caught red-handed along Dekenah Road and in possession of a two-metre freshly dug-up cable, two hacksaws and a shovel. The cable is worth...
  5. LazyLion

    Involvement in SA Needs to be Lawful

    South Africans need to get involved in the affairs of the country, but without resorting to violence and looting, deputy public service and administration minister Ayanda Dlodlo said on Wednesday. Speaking in Durban, Dlodlo said that in recent months the country's image had taken a knock...
  6. LazyLion

    How to stop family members from breaking remotes?

    I keep begging my wife and kids to leave the remotes lying on the coffee table instead of putting it in their laps when they sit or lie on the couch. But no matter how much I beg, bribe, threaten, punish, etc.... we are still going through an enormous rate of remotes. They have broken about six...
  7. LazyLion

    No one will have power if we can't have it! What did I tell you guys? This attitude of "no one can have unless we all have it" will destroy this country and leave everyone sitting in the dust!