(Dramatized picture) A man who goes by the name Corlia Van Deventer issued a statement warning people living in Brits to avoid walking through an open field at Doreen Avenue after a terrifying incident that happened this morning. According to Corlia Van Deventer's Facebook statement, earlier today 6 December 2021 at around 08:10 am a domestic worker was crossing an open field at Doreen Avenue on her way to her employer's house, a tall man suddenly appeared behind her and started chasing after her, the domestic worker clutched her handbag and started running desperately to her employer's house.
With a decade spanning over two decades, Oskido has really opened the world of DJing not only in South Africa but in the entire continent. He is one of South Africa's premier house/kwaito club and radio DJs and producers and his music keeps people on the dance floor.
A former striker for the South African national soccer team, Katlego Mphela was born in Brits, Transvaal. Because of his knack for taking down opponents, he's dubbed "Killer." Mphela is a Jomo Cosmos product who has represented France on loan with RC Strasbourg and Stade Reims.
A man who is a victim of crime took to Facebook to warn all South African motorists to never stop on the the road Between Brits and Letlhabile. A man who goes by the name Khuli Londi on Facebook has sent a warning message to all South African motorists to never stop on the road between Brits and Letlhabile, he also shared a horrific incident he experienced where he was robbed by men who came from the bushes.
Cash In Transit heists have now become another pandemic which the South African Police Services and all other security services are trying as much as they possibly can to curb, but their efforts are not stopping perpetrators from planning and continue to rob cash vans. Thumbs up to all the security services and the members of the South African Police Services in The North West Province who managed to bring to book a gang of heavily armed Cash In Transit Heist suspects who were apprehended in Brits on Tuesday afternoon.
There was a Cash In Transit robbery which occurred today and the perpetrators almost got away, but they ran out of luck. The law enforcement officers did very well, they were very quick and strategic in terms of their response. The perpetrators had initially fled the scene and the law enforcement officers came up with plan B hastily.
The way in which Cash In Transit Heists happen in our country, South Africans are no longer surprised when they see or read about it, they just see it aa any other pretty crime that happens every now and then, and it seems the security system in our country is failing to come with answers to curb these heists that happens every second day in our country.
The words that the Minister of police Bheki Cele likes to use is that every corrupt police officer must be arrested and dealt with by the law, this is exactly what happened in the North West province when the member of the South African Police Services (SAPS) was caught in the act while accepting R7000 bribe money from his victim.
Caption: Elma Els Botha, taken on the Brits road in the North West Province, South Africa. Credit: ThisBugsLife Municipalities in South Africa are legally obliged to pay the cost of vehicle repairs from pothole accidents if the accident happened on a municipally mandated road. However, municipalities are not exactly offering this information to motorists and yet roads in every city and town in South Africa are filled with potholes that few know how to claim damage for.
As drainage systems failed to deal with the heavy rain in the UK, several streets were flooded. One Glasgow resident, who is presently unable to leave his flat due to the water, witnessed a stunning scene that he filmed and posted online. Gavin Millar, the photographer, was staring out of his top-floor apartment in Battlefield Gardens on the city's south side on August 7 when he witnessed a mermaid swim by his window.
Madibeng owes the City of Tshwane a whopping R 232 850 396 and its account has not been paid since October 2020.The City of Tshwane said during a meeting with Madibeng on 23 July 2021, it was agreed that a minimum of R 40 million was to be paid on or before 19 August, as well as the current account of over R7 million and an added R6 million each month towards the to settle the full account before 31 December 2021.
https://www.facebook.com/534984863186779/posts/4471361499549076/?d=n Runaway Teenager: Chatsworth - KZN Public help is needed to find 15 year old Anke Brits (envisioned). Brits is an occupant of Raffia Road in Crossmoor, Chatsworth. At around 13:00 yesterday (Thursday 01/06/2021) she educated her family that she was continuing to a nearby fold shop and didn't return.
Drug dealing continues to be a top priority on the list of crimes which the South African Police Services wants to get rid of in our communities. A media statement was issued out by the police department on the 27th of May 2021 which showed the serious intent the members have towards such crimes.
Police in Brits were called to respond to an active cash heist near Keya Rena Mall. They found suspects who were busy attacking a cash van, the suspects drove off with cash. The suspects hijacked the vehicle when they were escaping the police, the vehicle was abandoned in another area where police managed to find it on time and that is what how they also got a chance to track where the suspects ran to.
CIT robbery seems to be a trend, almost every day a cash van is hijacked, and the culprit gets away with it. People always take videos of a robbery taking place, and you can just see that they are taking their time when they are doing their job.
Ten claimed cash on the way looters were captured not long after a money heist in Mooinooi in North West on Monday. Police representative Col Brenda Muridili said a quick reaction from Mooinooi police brought about the capture of 10 individuals, and the recuperation of 12 guns, ammo, stained money and four vehicles.
eNCA correspondant Olly Barratt has more #eNCA Britz are partying it up in a pandemic, their lockdown regulations ended on monday. But was it the right thing to do And has there been an increas in covid-19 infections since then. Pubs were allowed to open but they have limits
One of the Covid 19 vaccination roll out plan by the Health department in South Africa is to start vaccinating people who are 60 years and above and health workers. The motive behind is that they are severely affected by Covid 19 , and as result succumb easily to the virus.
PICS: COPS SEIZE R2M DAGGA! ON Wednesday, 26 May, three presumes showed up in the Brits Magistrates Court following their capture on Tuesday, 25 May in Brits and Hartebeespoort dam individually. Russel De Beer (49), Archibald Mogale (34) and Charne Steyn (27) were captured during a takedown activity by the Hawks' Serious Organized Crime Investigation group.
A group of four were arrested on Tuesday by the police in Brits, during an undercover operation by the SAPS which uncovered a drug dealing operation with a street worth of R2.1 Million. This took place after one of the suspects sold 11 bags worth R50 000 to an undercover police officer.