Kuboshwe obephethe izigidi zamarandi ezikhwameni e-airport

2017-11-04 08:00

Durban – Owesifazane waseThekwini obephethe imali yakwelinye ilizwe neyakuleli engu-R6m uboshiwe eKing Shaka International Airport ngoba engayidalulanga, kusho amaphoyisa ngoLwesihlanu.

Owesifazane oneminyaka engu-44 ubudala, obelibhekise eDubai ngoLwesine, ukhishwe ebhanoyini ngemuva kokuba izinja zakwa-SARS zihogele izikhwama zathola ukuthi kunekushaya amanzi ezikhwameni zakhe.

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Kuthe uma izikhwama zihlolwa nge-scan kwavela izithombe ezikhomba ukuthi zinemali, kusho amaphoyisa.

"Umnikazi wezikhwama ukhishiwe ebhanoyini, ngemvume yakhe kwaseshwa izikhwama. Kuthe uma izikhwama ziseshwa, kwatholakala ukuthi kunemali phakathi.

“Umsolwa,44, obesuka eThekwini ube eseboshwa,” kusho okhulumela amaphoyisa uCaptain Nqobile Gwala.

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