Daily Archives: February 1, 2019

Missing person sought by Umlazi police

Umlazi SAPS is appealing to the members of the community for assistance with regards to locating a missing person, Doris Meyiwa (75) who was residing at SS- Section, Zakheleni, Informal Settlement. She was last seen on 16 January 2019 at

Police launch operation for missing woman

Ezibeleni police are investigating a case of missing woman Vuyokazi Vuntu (45) who was last seen on 09 December 2018. According to the family she was on her way to Hala A/A Lady Frere and she never boarded the taxi

Two suspects arrested with drugs in Kraaifontein

Western Cape: With drug related crime in our sights, members of Crime Intelligence and the Flying Squad conducted an operation early this morning at a residence in Alocasia Street Kraaifontein. The premises was searched which resulted in the discovery of

Briefing on Launch of Safety Month and launch of Traditional Policing

King William’s Town: The Department of Police launched the Traditional Policing Concept in Nqadu Great Place, Willowvale in the Eastern Cape on Friday, 7 December 2018. Which has been developed as a model for policing in rural traditionally led communities,

Mankweng police reached out to learners during safer schools campaigns

The SAPS members in Mankweng outside Polokwave have today (2019-02-01), conducted a Safer Schools campaign at Doasho High School in ga-Mamabolo village. The members were led by Captain Mashiane from SAPS Provincial Corporate Communication accompanied by Social Crime Prevention members

Al-Shabab Battles IS in Northeastern Somalia

The al-Shabab militant group has scaled up its attacks against pro-Islamic State fighters in the northeastern mountainous Somali region of Bari, experts say. Intelligence and security officials say al-Shabab has seized two locations from pro-IS militants this week. One area

South Africa: SABC’s retrenchment plan put on ice

PRETORIA, The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has announced that it has put on hold its retrenchment plan. This follows constructive and extensive engagements with various stakeholders, including the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Communications, organised labour and its own employees,