As a result of their arrest, three traffic cops who had previously fooled their employers into hiring them by presenting forged high school diplomas learned the hard way that criminal activity does not pay off. Phumla Jezile, 49, Tabisa Jezile, 42, and Nondyebo Mzamo, 38, are sisters who were brought before the magistrate Shylock Ndengezi at the Mthatha commercial crimes court on Friday.
Source:https://www.facebook.com/406181836205726/posts/2408646132625943/?app=fbl Three Limpopo home issues delegates were gotten by Hawks. Falcons found on Wednesday that three specialists in home undertakings are debasing and offering last names to untouchables. Those ladies put themselves out there. We used to sell untouchables South African last names, and one last name was regarded at $14,000.
Three traffic cops who thought they had pulled it off after securing jobs using fake matric certificates have found out that crime does not pay as they were arrested. Sisters Phumla Jezile, 49, Tabisa Jezile, 42, and Nondyebo Mzamo, 38, appeared before magistrate Shylock Ndengezi at the Mthatha commercial crimes court on Friday facing charges of fraud and forgery.
A Nigerian man who is accused of passing himself off as a Hawks officer made an appearance in the Pretoria Specialized Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday. The court is located in Pretoria. The judge made the decision that he should not be released on bond at that time.
A convicted Pretoria serial killer will live to rue the day he boasted in prison that he had killed even more women than he had been sentenced for. Unknown that his audience would soon sell him out, he told them about his criminal escapades. For his loud mouth, he has been handed another hefty sentence.
savage money on the way heist-in-Benoni Man in care for homicide and endeavored cash on the way robbery . The suspect was captured at Kabokweni by the Hawks group on Wednesday,18 May 2022 for unlawful ownership of ammo. During the meeting, he was connected to Kabokweni endeavored theft case.
Source: Twitter If there is something that is running our society in South Africa it is drugs and the police are trying to make sure that the clean the whole country from the drug addictions that are happening in the country. This time around the police from South Africa should be commended for the word that they’ve done because they made sure that this is a man who is a drug laboratory and is making sure that he creates more drugs to sell.
It was reported by the Hawks that a man in his 40s who was convicted of importing explosives into South Africa was sentenced to fifteen years in prison. At the Musina Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, a judge found Motsi Wilfred Nhamo guilty of the offenses he committed and sentenced him.
For the time being, it appears that the ANC's internal forces are working against former Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize. The Hawks are expected to formally charge him for his role in the Digital Vibes incident, according to reports. The ANC's step-aside rule, as well as its more recent stipulation that anyone facing charges cannot run for a leadership position, should take effect as a result of this.
According to the Hawks, a man in his forties who was found guilty of bringing explosives into South Africa was sentenced to fifteen years in jail. The incident occurred in Rustenburg. Motsi Wilfred Nhamo was found guilty of his crimes and given a sentence on Tuesday at the Musina Magistrate's Court.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-and-courts/soshanguve-fraudster-jailed-for-using-fake-payslips-to-buy-two-cars-worth-r800-000-on-credit-45c9186f-0c98-4691-bc7f-c2cb552c571f?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1652970504 Pretoria - Provincial top of the Hawks in Gauteng, Major General Ebrahim Kadwa has invited the six-year prison term gave over to indicted fraudster, Tebogo Petrus Selepe (40) by the Pretoria Magistrate's Court. "The Soshanguve man was captured by the Pretoria-based (Hawks) genuine business wrongdoing examination after two vehicle sales centers in Silverton held up a criminal protest of a false man payslips and bank articulations while applying for vehicle finance in February 2019," as indicated by Hawks representative Captain Ndivhuwo Mulamu.
Date: 18 May 2022 On extortion, defeating the ends of justice, and corruption charges, a 41-year-old Crime Intelligence police officer is set to appear in the Pretoria North Magistrates' Court tomorrow, 19 May 2022. The Hawks' Serious Corruption Investigation Unit in Pretoria arrested her yesterday.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/gauteng/nigerian-accused-of-posing-as-hawks-officer-demanding-r300k-bribe-denied-bail-442e4aef-6a02-4047-8995-af80f57a01e4?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1652805933 The 42-year-old, Stanley Ewulu, who lives in Sandton, has been accused of coercion, defilement and being in the nation wrongfully. Story go on underneath Advertisement The NPA's North Gauteng representative Lumka Mahanjana said Ewulu and his co-charged Peter Molomo, who was conceded bail during their subsequent appearance on March 22, 2022, purportedly moved toward the complainant, and presented themselves as Hawks agents from the Pretoria office.
Three Limpopo home issues delegates were gotten by Hawks. Falcons found on Wednesday that three experts in home endeavors are spoiling and offering last names to untouchables. Those women put themselves out there. We used to sell untouchables South African last names, and one final name was respected at $14,000.
Three Limpopo home endeavors delegates were caught by Hawks. Flying predators found on Wednesday that three experts in home endeavors are polluting and offering family names to outcasts. Those women enunciated their contemplations. We used to sell pariahs South African family names, and one final name was esteemed at $14,000.
Source'https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/limpopo/man-gets-15-years-in-jail-for-smuggling-explosives-into-sa-from-zim-c9716e83-ba83-4a73-aff1-3843685f4186?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter According to the Hawks, a man in his forties was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for bringing explosives into South Africa. Musina Magistrate's Court handed down Motsi Wilfred Nhamo's punishment today. According to Captain Matimba Maluleke, a spokeswoman for the Hawks, Nhamo was arrested on May 30 of last year in Beitbridge.
Rustenburg: The Hawks say that a man in his 40s who was found guilty of bringing explosives into South Africa was given a 15-year prison sentence. The Musina Magistrate's Court gave Motsi Wilfred Nhamo his sentence on Tuesday. Captain Matimba Maluleke, a spokesman for the Hawks, said that Nhamo was caught on May 30, 2017, in Beitbridge.
The Hawks in KwaZulu-Natal have arrested two men accused of kidnapping a 13-year-old boy and demanding a million rand in ransom. The guys, aged 28 and 29, were detained on Thursday by the Hawks, the police's hostage negotiation unit, Special Task Force personnel, and other policing units after they requested the money in exchange for the teenager's release, according to Hawks spokesperson Captain Simphiwe Mhlongo.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/two-arrested-for-kidnapping-kzn-teen-and-demanding-a-r1million-ransom-ff6726df-07d2-4a01-997b-3c8fbc7c25db?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1653034300 As per the Hawks, it is affirmed the adolescent casualty was powerfully taken by three obscure suspects while he was headed to school. Story go on underneath Advertisement "It is additionally affirmed the suspects likewise took the driver of the vehicle that was getting the person in question and put him in the boot.
A Nigerian man accused of posing as a Hawks policeman has been denied bail. A Nigerian man appeared in a business court in Pretoria on Tuesday. Stanley Ewulu (42), who lives in Sandton, faces charges of fraud, fraud and trespassing. Gauteng NPA spokesperson Lumka Mahanjana said Ewulu and his co-accused Peter Molomo were arrested on March 10 2022 and granted bail on March 22 during their second court appearance.