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SAPS to Visit Kolonade Shopping Mall and Officially Deploy Police Officials As Part of Festive Season Operations

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Pretoria: 24 November 2016: The acting National Commissioner of the South African Police Service (SAPS) Lieutenant General Khomotso Phahlane and a delegation from the SAPS will visit the Kolonade Mall in Montana, Pretoria on Friday morning, 25 November 2016. Police officials will also be officially deployed at the mall and at other malls and strategic areas …

Drugs Found in Nigerians Apartment

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Hawks Organised Crime Unit, SANEB and Crime Intelligence members had a joint operation which led to the arrest of a 26 years old Nigerian man for possession of drugs in Polokwane on Wednesday, 07 September 2016. The suspect’s apartment  was searched and 31 pieces of rock, 17 pieces of half moon and one sachet including …

Police Warrant Officer Up for Corruption

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The HAWKS Anti-Corruption Unit, in conjunction with Crime Intelligence from Head Office have arrested a 39-year-old warrant officer for corruption and extortion. In March this year, the officer remunerated the informer with R9 000 but later demanded R5 500, telling the recipient that the money was for another informer who was detained at Grootvlei Correctional …

South African Police Embarks on a Re-Enlisment Process 2016/2017

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Pretoria – 6 June 2016: The Acting National Commissioner of the South African police Service (SAPS), Lieutenant General Khomotso Phahlane, has announced that a re-enlistment process has been approved for the SAPS during the 2016/2017 financial year. This decision was taken to capacitate specialised environments, such as Detective Service, Visible Policing, K9, Public Order Policing and Support. The …

Four cops demanded drugs, money and release suspect

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Pretoria – Three police officers and a police reservist from KwaZulu-Natal were released on R500 bail each when they appeared before the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate’s Court following their arrest for corruption along the Berg Street, Pietermaritzburg on Tuesday night. Captain Lindiwe Khumalo (47), Sergeant Sibusiso Ngubane (42), Constable Phelelani Nzimande (31) and Reservist Constable Sibusiso Ngcamu …

Police sergeant shot and wounded

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Pretoria – A police sergeant attached to VIP Protection Unit in Cape Town sustained injuries when he was shot by unknown men shortly after his shift ended. The 35-year-old sergeant was approaching the traffic lights at Sarah Baartman and Symphony Road in Delft, Cape Town at around 22:30 when three men approached him and fired …

SPEAKER NOTES: ACTING NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: LT GEN PHAHLANE

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Relaunch of women’s network and men for change Programme Director Deputy Minister of Police, Ms Sotyu Deputy National Commissioners Provincial and Divisional Commissioners Senior management of the SAPS Labour representatives and other stakeholders present Delegates representing the SAPS Women’s Network and Men for Change Members of the media Ladies and gentlemen, good morning, dumelang, thobela. …

SAPS relaunches women’s network and men for change

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The South African Police Service (SAPS) will be relaunching SAPS Women’s Network and Men for Change as part of the back-to-basics approach and government’s Eight-Principle Action Plan. The event will take place between the 9th and 10th of May 2016, at the Velmore Hotel and Conference Centre in Pretoria. The structures established in 2003 and …

Media Statement by General Khmotso Phahlane

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Media Statement by the Acting National Commissioner of the South African Police Service, Lierutenant General Khomotso Phahlane on the meeting with Afriforum on incidents of violence on farms and small holdings. Ladies and gentlemen of the media, Senior management of the South African Police Service, The leadership of AfriForum, Good afternoon. The South African Police …

Speech by the Deputy Minister of Police, Hon. MS. Makhotso Maggie Sotyu (MP): Parliament, Cape Town

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Chairperson, Minister of Police, Mr. NPT Nhleko and all Colleagues, Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Police, Mr. F. Beukman, Honourable Members of Parliament, All MECs present, A/National Commissioner of Police, Lt. Gen Phahlane & all SAPS members, All National Heads of SAPS Entities (IPID, PSIRA and Civilian Secretariat) Our Youth and Children, Distinguished Guests, …

Two Thohoyandou cops still behind bars for corruption

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Pretoria – Two investigating officers attached to Thohoyandou police station who were arrested on Wednesday last week for corruption and defeating the ends of justice are still behind bars after they were remanded in custody by the Thohoyandou Magistrate’s Court last Thursday. Constables Tshifhiwa Muvhango and Takalani Mulaudzi, aged 33 and 34 years respectively, allegedly …

Airport-following suspect killed in shootout with SAPS National Investigating Unit

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Pretoria- 04 March 2016- Last night members of the SAPS National Investigation Unit were following up information in Isando regarding gunmen that are suspected of following people from OR Tambo International Airport and robbing them. While driving on Barbara Road the team spotted a BMW sedan fitting the description from the information they received. The …

Key Note Remarks by the Deputy Minister of Police, Hon. Ms. Makhotso Maggie Sotyu (MP) at the Parliament Programme For Risk Factors For Policing Seminar

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Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee, Members of Parliament, Members of the SAPS and its Top Leadership, All Stakeholders participating today, Distinguished Guests, Chairperson, thank you very much for inviting the Ministry of Police to this Summit. As I stand in front of you this morning, I can vividly recall my lamentations made during a programme …

IFP: KZN police brutality deplorable

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The recent report by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) into police brutality paints a shocking picture that goes to the core of law enforcement in KwaZulu-Natal. “Public confidence in the police in KZN has been dealt another blow by the findings of the IPID report which reveals that there were 48 deaths as a …