Indlela entsha yokuchaza ubiwo lwe migqomo

2019-01-24 06:00

Inkonzo yamapolisa oMzantsi Afrika(Saps), ithanda ukwazisa uluntu ngendlela entsha yokufaka ibango nesimangalo ngokulahleka okanye ukubiwa kwemigqomo yenkunkuma.

Kwixesha elidlulileyo, uluntu beliselungelweni lokufaka isimangalo kwisikhululo samapolisa esikufuphi nabo, ze lufumane idokethi elibubungqina. Emveni koko, ubani ebesebenzisa inombolo yedokethi ukuqhubeka nebango. Konke oku kutshintshile. Ngokwengxelo yamapolisa umasipala weSixeko saseKapa uvumile ukuba endaweni yokuvula ityala uluntu lungenza ingxelo efungelweni, i affidavit ngolwimi lwase mzini, ukuze lusebenzise yona ukufaka isicelo somgqomo omtsha.

Kubalulekile ukuba aquke ezi nkcukacha zilandelayo xa esenza ibango:

. Inombolo ye akhawunti kamasipala, nethi ifumaneke kuzo zonke iincwadi zentlawulo zika masipala.

. Inkcazelo ngokuthe kwakhokelela ekulahlekeni komgqomo, kuquka ixesha, usuku kunye nendawo owagqityelwa ukubonwa kuyo umgqomo.

Police say the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed. Previously, one had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their bin, utilising the case number as a reference. The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin.

Ensure that municipal account number (usually found on your utility or rates bill) and the facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen) are included in your affidavit.

Police would like to inform all members of the community that the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed. Previously, a member of the public would have had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their wheelie bin, utilising the case number as a reference. The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin.

Please ensure that he following is included in your affidavit:

.Municipal account number (usually found on your utility or rates bill)

.The facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen).

Police would like to inform all members of the community that the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed.Previously, a member of the public would have had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their wheelie bin, utilising the case number as a reference. The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin.

Please ensure that he following is included in your affidavit:

.Municipal account number (usually found on your utility or rates bill)

.The facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen).

Police would like to inform all members of the community that the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed.

Previously, a member of the public would have had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their wheelie bin, utilising the case number as a reference.

The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin.

Please ensure that he following is included in your affidavit:

.Municipal account number (usually found on your utility or rates bill)

.The facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen).

Police would like to inform all members of the community that the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed.Previously, a member of the public would have had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their wheelie bin, utilising the case number as a reference. The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin.

Please ensure that he following is included in your affidavit:

.Municipal account number (usually found on your utility or rates bill)

.The facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen).

Police say the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed.Previously, one would have had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their wheelie bin, utilising the case number as a reference. The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin. Please ensure that he following is included in your affidavit:

.Municipal account number(on your utility or rates bill)

.The facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen).

Police would like to inform all members of the community that the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed.

Previously, a member of the public would have had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their wheelie bin, utilising the case number as a reference.

The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin.

Please ensure that he following is included in your affidavit:

.Municipal account number (usually found on your utility or rates bill)

.The facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen).

Please ensure you give all the necessary information to be helped quickly.

Police would like to inform all members of the community that the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed.

Previously, a member of the public would have had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their wheelie bin, utilising the case number as a reference.

The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin.

Please ensure that he following is included in your affidavit:

.Municipal account number (usually found on your utility or rates bill)

.The facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen).

Police would like to inform all members of the community that the reporting process for a stolen or lost wheelie (municipal) bin has changed.Previously, a member of the public would have had to open a case docket at the local police station for the theft of their wheelie bin, utilising the case number as a reference. The City of Cape Town has now agreed that a sworn affidavit and not a case docket will suffice in requesting the replacement of your wheelie bin.

Please ensure that he following is included in your affidavit:

.Municipal account number (usually found on your utility or rates bill)

.The facts/circumstances of the disappearance of the bin (date, time, place where bin was last seen).

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