Suspect Arrested for Possession of Suspected Stolen Vehicle in Humansdorp

[SAPS] A collaborative partnership between SAPS and a private vehicle tracking company yielded positive results when a 34-year-old man was nabbed driving a stolen vehicle on N2 near Humansdorp today.

[SAPS] A collaborative partnership between SAPS and a private vehicle tracking company yielded positive results when a 34-year-old man was nabbed driving a stolen vehicle on N2 near Humansdorp today.

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Only Nine New Municipalities Out of 263 Achieved Clean Audits – AG Report

[News24Wire] There was little improvement in the local government audit outcomes report for the year 2015/16, with fewer municipalities achieving clean audit opinions.

[News24Wire] There was little improvement in the local government audit outcomes report for the year 2015/16, with fewer municipalities achieving clean audit opinions.

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Suspect Killed During the Shootout With Police

[SAPS] Berea police were conducting their crime prevention duties at their area when they noticed suspects attempting to steal a vehicle at Gordon Road at Windermere, Berea. The members approached the suspects and when the suspects noticed that the pol…

[SAPS] Berea police were conducting their crime prevention duties at their area when they noticed suspects attempting to steal a vehicle at Gordon Road at Windermere, Berea. The members approached the suspects and when the suspects noticed that the police was approaching them, three of them jumped into their getaway grey Hyundai vehicle and fled the scene. The fourth suspect could not get in time into their vehicle and was immediately arrested.

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Woodstock Duo Arrested for Various Crimes

[SAPS] The sale of drugs contributes for a large part to high crime levels due to their use constituting a generator of violent crime. In support of the SAPS’s strategy to reduce crime in our communities, a joint operation by the Cape Town Cluster Task…

[SAPS] The sale of drugs contributes for a large part to high crime levels due to their use constituting a generator of violent crime. In support of the SAPS's strategy to reduce crime in our communities, a joint operation by the Cape Town Cluster Task Team and the Woodstock police led to the arrest of a 33-year-old male and a 69-year-old female after they had sold drugs to two undercover police officers.

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Parly Urges Youth to Fight Violence Against Women, Children

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Parliament has urged young people, particularly young men, to be at the forefront of the fight to eradicate crimes against women and children.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Parliament has urged young people, particularly young men, to be at the forefront of the fight to eradicate crimes against women and children.

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Four Suspects Appeared in Court for Murder

[SAPS] To ensure the safe and security of our community, four accused, Joel Tumo Phatudi (39), Zwelinzima Mohapi(23), Olebogeng Mgijima (25) and Lebogang Serei (40) were arrested in Rooiwal near Taung on Wednesdasy,14 June and Thursday,15 June 2017 res…

[SAPS] To ensure the safe and security of our community, four accused, Joel Tumo Phatudi (39), Zwelinzima Mohapi(23), Olebogeng Mgijima (25) and Lebogang Serei (40) were arrested in Rooiwal near Taung on Wednesdasy,14 June and Thursday,15 June 2017 respectively by the North West Provincial Tracking Team and Taung Detectives.

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NGOCC Condemns UPND For Subjecting Sumaili To Insult

Civil Society Organisation NGOCC has issued a statement 48 hours after minister in charge of religious affairs was showered with abusive language. The statement is signed by the outspoken NGOCC chairperson Sara Longwe.   BELOW IS A STATEMENT PRESS STATEMENT … Continued

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Civil Society Organisation NGOCC has issued a statement 48 hours after minister in charge of religious affairs was showered with abusive language. The statement is signed by the outspoken NGOCC chairperson Sara Longwe.   BELOW IS A STATEMENT PRESS STATEMENT For Immediate Release 21st June, 2017 NGOCC CONDEMNS UPND CADRES FOR HAILING INSULTS AT REV SUMAILI The Non Governmental Organisations’ Coordinating Council (NGOCC) is saddened by the conduct exhibited by United Party for National Development (UPND) cadres by poking and hailing insults at Religious Affairs Minister Reverend Godfridah Sumaili at Lusaka Magistrate Court on 19th June 2017, when she went to attend a court case in which she was cited for contempt. As an organization we condemn the misogynistic attack by the UPND cadres on Rev. Sumaili by calling her names for exercising her constitutional rights of attending the court case. The attack on Rev. Sumaili is a Gender Based Violence which was meant to intimidate and silence her as a woman. Rev. Sumaili as a human being has a right of association and freedom of movement as she deems fit and no other person should intimidate, insult and assault her for doing so. The effects of such attacks are that women in similar situations who aspire for higher positions of leadership will shy away from participating for fear of being attacked by cadres. We call upon all politician parties to take responsibility for their cadres’ actions because an attack on one woman is an attack on all. Similarly, an insult on one woman is an insult on all. We demand that the police take action against cadres that insult and physically assault women in order to serve as a lesson to others, who are in the habit of attacking female leaders. For/NGOCC Sara Longwe BOARD CHAIRPERSON The post NGOCC Condemns UPND For Subjecting Sumaili To Insult appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Investors On High Alert After Public Protector Bombshell

[News24Wire] Against a fresh wave of political and policy uncertainty which also triggered a heap of rating downgrades, the recent statements by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will not be taken lightly by markets and investors.

[News24Wire] Against a fresh wave of political and policy uncertainty which also triggered a heap of rating downgrades, the recent statements by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will not be taken lightly by markets and investors.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa