SA won't give up fight
r e c or ded at t he Mbabane Government Hospital as he was swiftly transported because he was bleeding profusely.
Due to the attack the shop, had been temporarily shut downfor over a week but operations are now back to normal.
Meanwhile, Ashraf now wears a blue glove that covers the injured hand.
On the other hand, some informal traders situated a few metres from the shop said they never witnessed the incident when it occurred as it happened quickly. They continued to express their disappointment on the attacker, as they saidAshraf was a good person who has humility unlike his other fellow countrymen.
Chief Police Information and Communications Off i c e r Superintendent Phindile Vilakati confirmed the matter. She said investigations were still underway and no arrest had been made to date.
South Africa will not hesitate, detour, give up, or look back from the ultimate milestone of an HIV- free world, Deputy President David Mabuza said yesterday.
Speaking at the 30th World Aids Day commemoration at
The man of Asian origin showing the armed robbery. the covered hand that was injured during
This is the shop where the armed robbery took place.