SA won't give up fight

Sunday Observer - - NEWS -

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.

JO­HAN­NES­BURG -

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.

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