Monthly Archives: December 2018

Gauteng SAPS policing New Year celebrations

As communities are closer to the celebrations of New Year, law enforcement agencies in Gauteng will pay special attention to all issues of safety and make communities to feel safe and celebrate without any fear of criminal activity. There will

News: Limpopo SAPS nabs possible trio crimes syndicate members

In a concerted effort to deal with incidents of trio crimes head-on in this Province, the South African Police Service in partnership with other role players continue to engage with a no-nonsense approach which is yielding positive and meaningful results.

Sudanese Police Fire Tear Gas at Protesters

Police in Sudan’s capital fired tear gas Monday at demonstrators who had planned to march to the presidential palace to call for a change in President Omar al-Bashir’s government. Witnesses say demonstrators gathered in groups in downtown Khartoum, but were

Home Affairs Minister to visit Mamelodi hospital

Home Affairs Minister Siyabonga Cwele and Gauteng MEC for Health Dr Gwen Ramokgopa are scheduled to visit the Mamelodi Hospital in Tshwane on New Year’s Day. “The aim of the visit is to highlight the importance of civil registration and

Department ramps up efforts to address gender-based violence

The Department of Women has officially launched the Children’s and Men’s Robots, which are aimed at bringing generational change and ensuring a gender-based violence free society. The intention of this campaign is to make gender-based violence a household conversation. “It

Minister cautions against racial profiling following Clifton Beach incident

Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has cautioned against discriminatory practices at beaches across the country. This follows reports of alleged interference and racial profiling of beachgoers who were removed from Clifton beach in Cape Town by private security firms. “South

Drug dealer stopped in his tracks

Another drug dealer was stopped in his tracks when Kimberley Police placed him behind bars, days before going into the New Year. On Saturday, 29 December 2018 at about 10:15 the Kimberley Crime Prevention unit were busy with the Safer

Safer Festive operations yield success in Kimberley

A 19-year-old female from Gauteng was nabbed for shoplifting just before the new year celebrations. The suspect was caught by mall security at a well-known clothing store when she tried leaving while wearing an alleged stolen Sissy-Boy Jeans. The estimated

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