Daily Archives: December 22, 2018

Firearms seized at security company, suspect in custody

Chatsworth: Police officers from Firearms Liquor and Second Hand dealers in the province with Chatsworth police conducted an intelligence driven operation yesterday at a security company in Crossmoor. The operation led to the arrest of a 40-year-old suspect and seizure

Suspect (70) arrested for possession of unlicensed firearm

Willowvale Police arrested a 70-year-old man for possession of unlicensed firearm namely a shotgun with two live rounds of ammunition (shells). The suspect was arrested on Saturday 22 December 2018 at about 04h00 at Mkhusu Locality, Mpume Village, Willowvale. The

Two suspects arrested in East London Cluster on drug related charges

East London: East London COCC acted on information from Crime Intelligence Unit about mandrax being sold at a house in Santa. They immediately proceeded to the identified house and as they entered the house a male fitting the description ran

Flagstaff Police investigating culpable homicide

On 22 December 2018 Flagstaff Police opened a case of culpable homicide following an accident involving a truck and eight vehicles on the R61 Road. A total of fifteen people were injured including three males, ten females and two kids’

News: Anti-Gang Unit investigations gain momentum with arrest of most sought after gang member

Paarl: In a protracted investigation, members of the Anti-Gang Unit detective team pounced on an estate in Paarl last night and arrested a 26-year-old alleged gang member for a series of serious and violent crimes, some dating back to a


HARARE, Zimbabwe on Friday said it would not extradite Grace Mugabe, wife of former president Robert Mugabe, after an arrest warrant issued in South Africa for her alleged assault of a model in 2017. Zimbabwe’s Deputy Minister of Information, Energy

Funding Shortage Threatens to Cut Off Vital Air Service in Central African Republic

GENEVA The World Food Program warns a lack of money is threatening to ground the crucially important U.N. Humanitarian Air Service in Central African Republic early next year. More than half of Central African Republic’s population of five million depends