Source: https://twitter.com/News24/status/1467139484777123840 The Northern Cape's Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) is looking into an incident in which a cop killed his better half, injured her alleged sweetheart, and then dedicated himself. IPID agents are en route to the area, according to sources, to investigate the cause of death following police mediation.
At a time when sources of income have dried up, many are resorting to crime as a means of survival. Robberies and drug dealing seem to be the most attractive options available but both trades will not spare you the wrath of the law. Various operations are conducted by the members of various police units which may leave one running for their lives.
Police murdered a teen and leave the body in the hands of a 7-year-old boy. According to eyewitnesses a South African Police Service (Saps) officer allegedly murdered a thirteen-year-old teenager. The officer sped away, abandoning the victim's aggrieve7-year-old boy's sibling behind. IPID investigating cop hit-and-run docket Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) spokesperson Sarah Langa stated that "an investigation into the causative agent of deaths were due of police action" ongoing.
A Nigerian man has died after swallowing some drugs that were on him. According to police reports by Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid), the 31-year-old Nigerian man died after allegedly swallowing the substance in Johannesburg. According to Grace Langa the police spokesperson from Johannesburg, Metro police officers were monitoring Selby Avenue in Johannesburg on Tuesday when they spotted a red VW Polo stopped with its window open and the driver engaged in conversation with someone outside the vehicle.
A 31-year old Nigerian public passed on in Johannesburg in the wake of gulping medications in an endeavor to conceal proof from the police authorities. This was uncovered in an assertion on Wednesday by the Independent Police analytical Directorate (Ipid). Ipid said Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) individuals were watching along Selby when they saw a red Polo stopped, with a window open, and moved toward it.
Pretoria police officers fired a stun grenade and shot at a taxi on Wednesday while investigating a robbery tip-off. Leaving two female passengers injured. A case of attempted murder is being looked at by the Independent Police Investigative Directive (IPID). According to IPID national spokesperson Grace Langa, a woman living in Soshanguve Extension 6 asked her neighbor, a tazi driver, to transport her and her three-year-old child to Soshanguve Block BB clinic at about 23:30 since the youngster was ill.
Beating people with the mindset that they won't do anything to you because you are a police officer is very wrong how can a man beat someone's father like this Police Minister and the president must say something before police kill people because if it is left unaddressed it will spread all over South Africa
After fatally killing his wife and injuring another person, officials assume it was the wife's lover, a police officer committed suicide. The Northern Cape's Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPD) has launched an investigation into the event at Springbok. (A 39-year-old police officer killed himself and his 34-year-old wife, as well as her suspected lover, who was 24 years old.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/gauteng/police-shoot-one-of-their-own-in-a-case-of-mistaken-identity-4cdcc143-9d2a-4264-bc91-83a18ecdb73e?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1639549480 PRETORIA - The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) said on Tuesday that it was exploring a situation where police had shot one of their own as consequence of mixed up personality. As per Ipid, the expired was essential for the Hawks and was taking care of an occurrence of a vehicle commandeering when cops saw him under a tree pointing his rifle towards the taken vehicle.
Link:https://twitter.com/IOL/status/1446176097821937677?t=kL0uzF4jxMlFSQYCw6eRoA&s=08 Mabuza backs Ramaphosa on choice on goal to suspend police boss Appointee President David Mabuza has shown up to openly endorse the choice of President Cyril Ramaphosa to give the police boss the notification of suspension. This comes after the Presidency affirmed on Thursday that public police magistrate Khehla Sitole has been given 14 days to give justifications for why he ought not be suspended.
11 Tshwane metro police officers will spend the weekend in prison after they were accused of attacking men with sjamboks on Friday. Durban is a city in South Africa. This is according to a statement released on Friday by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid), which confirmed that 11 Tshwane metro police officers were arrested for allegedly assaulting three men on October 2 when they went to collect their car from the Tshwane Impound Vehicle Centre.
In the early hours of Thursday morning, police shot and killed a mentally ill man after he savagely murdered his brother with a spear and then charged at a police officer in Umbumbulu, South of Durban. According to Grace Langa of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID), the 52-year-old mentally unstable KwaMoya, pushed his way into the house where his younger sibling was resting at around 3.25 a.m. "He stabbed his brother seven times in the chest with a spear."
Deputy President David Mabuza has shown up to openly endorse the choice of President Cyril Ramaphosa to give the police boss the notification of suspension. This comes after the Presidency affirmed on Thursday that public police magistrate Khehla Sitole has been given 14 days to give motivations behind why he ought not be suspended.
A 51-year-old police warrant officer has been arrested for allegedly raping a woman at the provincial police headquarters in the Eastern Cape. South African Police Service spokesperson Brig Tembinkosi Kinana said the 21-year-old woman was hitchhiking from Qonce (King William's Town) to Breidbach when a car stopped to offer her a lift.
An investigation has been opened as a result of police allegedly failing to act as a man was manhandled and assaulted inside the premises of a White River Police station.
During what can only be described as a very unfortunate event in Heideveld, two police officers were seen to be involved in a scuffle between themselves and two other pedestrians. When contacted, one of the victims (a woman named Megan Alies) stated that the incident began when her husband (Chesslin Alies), upon noticing a brick in their lane of the road, swerved desperately into the adjacent lane in order to avoid hitting it. Unfortunately, a police vehicle was on that lane. She continued to say that after
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate is investigating a complaint by a young man from Site C, Khayelitsha, who has accused police of physically assaulting him. Lukhanyo Shumane said the incident, which happened a few metres from his home a week ago, has left him traumatised. Mr Shumane said he and his three friends had been standing next to a local shop chatting when a convoy of police vehicles passed by, and officers instructed them not to move. He claimed police threatened to shoot if if
Five cops arrested in connection of young man's death FIVE police officers from Vredenburg were arrested on Wednesday in connection with the murder of Jason Heyns. Heyns, 25, was allegedly assaulted in custody by police in October and later died at Groote Schuur Hospital due to his injuries. Ndileka Cola, spokesperson for the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, says the police did not report the incident as required by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate Act. Cola says they only heard
Yesterday afternoon, eight police officers were arrested by the IPID (Independent Police Investigative Directorate) for allegedly touring and murdering one of the three suspects while in police custody.The three suspects were arrested for possessing an unlicensed firearm and dagga (weed).
Police Stations are supposed to be safe places, South African needs to be able to feel like they are in the presence of the people who are there to protect them when they enter a police station, people go to police Stations when they need help for different things. However this was not the case as a police officer from kwa Zulu Natal is being accused of raping a woman at the police station, it is alleged that the 32 year old officer and the 24 year old victim had an altercation at a local Spaza shop and the