Eunice should have paid attention to Emkay when he told her about Kgosi, looked into Kgosi, and put the blame on Fannie Maserumule because he should have been a chief at bistro Rofuwa and was the one who killed Mofundo and Buntle because Lehasa Maphosa was using him to get their pieces back.
In South Africa, ATM bombings and robberies involving stolen money are common. ATM bombings are frequently carried out by wanted criminals. There appears to have been no effect on criminal activity in Rosettenville despite the arrest of those transporting cash a few months ago. We hear about bombings of ATMs or the theft of cash in transit on a daily basis.
The South African Police Service has strengthened its efforts to cleanse the nation of criminal elements threatening innocent lives and ruining the property of citizens. This escalating circumstance necessitates additional planning in order to be managed. On a daily basis, we hear reports of thieves stealing people's vehicles and, in some instances, murdering them.
24 MAY 2022. BY Alupheli. Operanewshub.com His job was just one thing...to keep the lights on. For 4 years running, he failed. If he was BLACK, the "SaveSA" NGO's and Gordhan would have long collaborated to turn on the heat for his expulsion.
T difference between the apartheid gov and @MYANC gov when it comes to stealing is that out of a R100 the apartheid gov would steal R10 and use R90 to build and make life easy for white people while the ANC steals the whole R100 and do nothing for black people OperationDudula, This is a serious indictment on the ruling party, and they think is some joke, And we don't say they mustn't steal, but they must do it in style, like you said steal R10 and use the R 90 to improve black people's life's, Exactly if you build things and improve the lives of people they won't mind you stealing R10 mara went you want to steal the whole R100 and do nothing,
There are a lot of bad people in South Africa who try to take advantage of people who don't know any better. These thieves use scams and tricks to get as much money and valuables as they can from their victims. A new one of these scams was just found out.
South Africans are developing different methods of dealing with criminals constituting problems for them in their localities. This strategy is aimed at deterring criminal elements from further perpetrating crime and causing nuisance in our societies. For sometime now, South Africans have been organizing neighborhood watch to augment the effort of our security operatives in maintaining law and order in inner villages.
This week, the 10 Anti-Air Regiment went out in full force. Along the border between South Africa and Zimbabwe, the 10 Anti-Air Regiment found illegal goods worth more than 2 million Rand. This was their first big win since being sent to Limpopo province as part of Operation CORONA (border protection).
A photo of a t-shirt with the tag still on, indicating that it was never paid for, went viral on social media and sparked a discussion in the comments area, with one man asking how to remove the magnet. As can be seen in the photos on the next thread, this t-shirt was clearly stolen from a store, as tweeps remarked.
A 42 year old Ethiopian businessman was killed during a robbery at a tuck shop in Waterloo, KwaZulu-Natal. This is definitely something that is not encouraged because how many more business people are going to get killed at the hands of criminals who are perpetrating robberies at their business premises, while they are trying to help themselves and basically defend their business it doesn't make sense whatsoever.
The members of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) have recovered two stolen vehicles, a Toyota Hilux GD6 Legend 50 and Toyota Fortuner 2020 in Limpopo Province, but unfortunately they were not successful in capturing the drivers. According to the Flyingnewslive news report, earlier today, Monday, 23 May 2022, South African National Defence Force (SANDF) members who were on patrol outside Musina in Limpopo Province spotted two suspicious vehicles, a Toyota Hilux GD6 Legend 50 and Toyota Fortuner 2020.
One suspect busted o. Saturday after stealing the white Toyota daker on the images, the DigitalFMs responded to the signal that one of their people vehicle was stolen. The company sent a team to the locaof the vehicle, immediately when they go there the suspect drove and a chase began on Saturday in Pretoria at the Rand show road.
Source: https://twitter.com/JoburgMPD/status/1528681562253971456?s=20&t=6fkhHwT9-DjrbF8BEo-CyA Jo'burg Metro Police Department - JMPD has apprehended a suspect for the possession of a stolen cable. The suspect was arrested by the officers after a trailer on its way to Zimbabwe was stopped and searched, and the stolen cables were discovered hidden inside the trailer.
People spend a lot of money on entertainment, and those who can't afford the high-balling lifestyle are always trying to be objective to the great selective lifestyle. The other thing is that those people who are actually high-balling their lifestyle do not want attention from the media, nor do they talk about their expensive lifestyle.
According to reports from various reputable sources, it has ended in tears for popular South Africa Media personality Bonang Matheba after she reportedly opened a case against her alleged former Zimbabwean boyfriend who is a popular businessman named Thulane Hadebe, according to reports, Bonang Matheba is claiming that her alleged former Zimbabwean boyfriend allegedly stole her identity documents and tried to use them without her permission.
SANDF soldiers recovered 2 luxurious vehicles which we're intending to cross the border illegally into Zimbabwe. The drivers jumped out & ran straight across the border into Zimbabwe. vehicles are Toyota Hilux GD6 Legend 50 & Toyota Fortuner 2020 Looks like SANDF is full of toy-soldiers with toy-guns, every time they confiscate goods while suspects runaway from them, KANJANI...
Foreigners are showing South Africans flames because when this issue is being raised by ordinary people, it is said that they are xenophobic and don't want African people in the country. Foreigners are trying so hard to stay in South Africa. It's like they want to be adopted by South Africa and that is just not possible.
https://t.co/xY0hgnEEEy Five suspects between the age of 34 and 42 had been arrested for being on possesion of a stolen vehicle. The arrest was made by the Vhembe Cross-Border Task Team in collaboration with the Limpopo Highway Patrol. The vehicle, a white Toyota Fortuner was stolen on Saturday, May 21 at Garsfontein Police station in Pretoria.
In South Africa, there are a large number of gangsters who make a sincere effort to exploit the innocent and bewildered. These evildoers utilize deception and trickery to obtain as much money and resources as possible from their misfortunes. One more of these stunts was actually exposed.
More troubles keep mountingbon previous wellbeing pastor Zweli Mkhize. An indicted attacker and two shamed legal counselors. These are three individuals who have now been involved in profiting from the taking care of craze that portrayed the R150-million Digital Vibes wrongfully directed from the division of Health. The stealing from binge occurred under the political initiative of Zweli Mkhize, who himself has been ensnared as the brains of the plan at the level of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has guaranteed huge number of lives.