Daily Archives: January 11, 2020

Anti-Gang Unit arrest murder and attempted murder suspect

The Anti-Gang Unit operating in the Northern areas are making significant strides in stamping their authority on gang activities in the area.On Saturday, 11 January 2020 at about 15:45, AGU members were

Two men caught with stolen cattle in Amangwe

DURBAN A crime intelligence driven operation was conducted by Amangwe SAPS on 8 January 2020. The aim of the operation was to minimise the theft of stock in the Amangwe policing

Another batch of antiretroviral tablets intercepted

Just a day after a huge consignment of antiretroviral tablets was found and two people were arrested in Bloemfontein; the police in Ventersburg also intercepted another vehicle and effected some arrests.Following information

Police seek house robbery suspects in separate incidents

The Mount Road Cluster Detective Trio Task team are searching for suspects allegedly involved in two separate incidents of house robbery which occurred during the early hours yesterday (11/01).In the first incident,

Provincial SAPS management orders 72 hour activation plan as Khayelitsha detectives probe robbery of tourists

The 72 hour activation plan has been ordered for the arrest of suspects as Khayelitsha detectives are probing an armed robbery case after 11 tourists were robbed in the area yesterday. The

KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Commissioner condemns acts of violence in Pietermaritzburg

DURBAN The KwaZulu-Natal, Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula condemns the acts of violence in Pietermaritzburg following the funeral of the robbery suspect. Firm action will be taken to those who

A man arrested for being in possession of stolen property in Kathu

On Saturday, 11 January 2020 at about 06:35 in the morning a 36-years-old man was arrested for being in possession of stolen property in Kathu.After a tip off from the community, Kathu

South Africa’s finance minister calls for cannabis to be legalised

PRETORIA, South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has called for cannabis to be legalised in order to collect more tax revenue.He made the announcement on Twitter that he will put the idea