Daily Archives: October 5, 2019

Hijacker nabbed with firearm

DURBAN On Thursday night Inanda police officers reacted to a report of a hijacking in their policing precinct. An immediate operation was conducted which led the police officers to Umzinyathi where

Kidnapped child sought by police

DURBAN Emanguzi police are appealing to the community for assistance with regards to a kidnapped 12-year-old boy. Lwazi Andile Tembe left his home in Mzileni, Thengane Reserve on 30 September 2019,

Community assistance sought

EASTERN CAPE - Butterworth Police are appealing for community assistance. It is alleged that a body of an unknown male person was seen floating at Gcuwa River near Skiet Informal Settlement, Butterworth.

Operation Gijima Tsotsi hit East London criminals by surprise

EAST LONDON - In an effort to rid Eastern Cape rural towns and urban metropolis of rampant crime, Operation Gijima Tsotsi, an intervention by the Provincial Commissioner took place last night in

President Cyril Ramaphosa: Transport Month Launch

Keynote address by President Cyril Ramaphosa at the launch of Transport Month, N3 Weighbridge, HeidelbergProgramme Director,Minister of Transport, Mr Fikile Mbalula,Minister of Police, Mr Bheki Cele,Premier of Gauteng, Mr David MakhuraGauteng MEC

President Cyril Ramaphosa: Transport Month Launch

Keynote address by President Cyril Ramaphosa at the launch of Transport Month, N3 Weighbridge, HeidelbergProgramme Director,Minister of Transport, Mr Fikile Mbalula,Minister of Police, Mr Bheki Cele,Premier of Gauteng, Mr David MakhuraGauteng MEC

South Africa, Nigeria mend relations and agree trade deals

PRETORIA, South Africa and Nigeria signed 30 trade and cooperation agreements, weeks after a wave of violence against Nigerian nationals in Johannesburg and Pretoria had strained relations between Africa's top two economies.In

Sixteen arrested in stabilisation operation

DURBAN Pietermaritzburg police officers conducted a stabilisation operation in the Central Business District with the aim of getting rid of drugs and criminal activities in the city. The police officers targeted

Operation Gijima Tsotsi hitting hard on illegal alcohol traders in East London

EASTERN CAPE- On Saturday 05 October 2019 from 13:00 to 22:00 operation Gijima Tsotsi continued with planned disruptions in East London and surrounding areas.Seven drug outlets, 23 Spazza shops, 34 Liquor outlets