SAPS Crime Statistics A Far Cry From Current Reality

The Inkatha Freedom Party is disappointed with the crime statistics released today by the Minister of Police, Hon. Nkosinathi Nhleko, describing them as disconnected from the current crime reality we find ourselves in here in South Africa. IFP spokesperson on Police, Mr Albert Mncwango, MP,…

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NPA SEIZES A CASH AMOUNT OF $9.34 MILLION

PRETORIA - On 12 September 2014, the Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU) of the NPA obtained an order in the North Gauteng High Court freezing a cash amount of US$9.34 million (about R102 million). The case relates to cash which was brought into the country on…

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Three arrested for R50m car fraud

Pretoria - The Hawks, in conjunction with the banking industry, have arrested three suspects for motor vehicle application fraud amounting to R50 million. The suspects, 33-year-old Adele Coetzee, her husband, 37-year-old Marius Coetzee, and his mother, 60-year-old Kitty Coetzee, were arrested in Brits in the…

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SAPS killings and security at GP Malls

Johannesburg - Gauteng police will increase visibility in and around some of the malls that have been identified as high risk, says Provincial Police Commissioner Lesetja Mothiba. Mothiba said five suspects were arrested in Brixton and Doornfontein during a crime intelligence raid, following the recent…

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SAPS warn of fake employment opportunities

Pretoria - The South African Police Service (SAPS) has warned the public about misleading advertisements regarding the recruitment of new constables. The adverts are apparently being circulated through the social media application WhatsApp and on the www.salearnership.com website. SAPS spokesperson Lieutenant General Solomon Makgale said…

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South Africa has Lost War against Crime

The IFP says that South Africa will never win war against crime as long as law-enforcement agencies are themselves implicated in criminal activities. The party said this in response to reports in the City Press and other media, implicating some in the Intelligence Unit of…

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Police express outrage

Pretoria - National Police Commissioner General Riah Phiyega has expressed outrage and concern about the rate at which police officers continue to be killed by criminals. Over the past five days, five police officers were killed - one in Gauteng, another in Limpopo and three…

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Marikana Commission given more time

Pretoria – President Jacob Zuma has given the Marikana Commission of Inquiry more time to complete its work. On Monday, he announced the extension of the Commission’s term from 31 July 2014 to 30 September. “After engagement between the President, the Chairperson of the Commission…

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