The Hawks said that they are not investigating president Cyril Ramaphosa, contrary to claims. Speaking to Newsroom Afrika, Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo of the Hawks said that a docket was received, but they are not investigating Ramaphosa. He said that the docket they received did not specifically mention anyone.
It was a grilling time today as a journalist interviewed Hawk's spokesperson, Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo. The Journalist sought to know how far the Hawks has gone about the complaint against President Cyril Ramaphosa. However, Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo said that the docket they received was not against anyone.
The Birds of prey said that they are not researching president Cyril Ramaphosa, in spite of cases. Addressing Newsroom Afrika, Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo of the Birds of prey said that an agenda was gotten, however they are not researching Ramaphosa. He said that the agenda they got didn't explicitly specify anybody.
KWAZULU-NATAL - Cocaine worthing a staggering amount of R220 Million has been stolen from the Hawks offices in Port Shepsone over the weekend. We are going backwards as a country due to the high rate of crime. Our economy is suffering because crime hasn't been dealt with in the most strategic manner and perpetrators keep on getting away with it.
The Hawks' Detective and Forensic Service has been tasked to investigate a case of theft after R200 million worth of cocaine got stolen from Hawks offices in KwaZulu-Natal. According to the South African daily news report, over the weekend the Hawks offices in Port Shepstone were ransacked and the perpetrators stole 541kg of cocaine pure cocaine which has an estimated street value of R200 million, it's alleged that the perpetrators forced their way into the building through a Window.
HAWKS- Three more arrested in VBS looting The Hawks have arrested three more suspects related to the VBS bank heist case. The new suspects are a 57-year former municipal manager, a 39-year-old former chief financial officer both from Fetakgomo-Greater Tubatse Local Municipality, and a 41-year-old businessman. The municipal manager allegedly invested R230 million of public funds with the now-defunct bank and the full amount has never been paid back to the municipality.
Fire fighters are working in Congress where a fire broke out in Cape Town on Sunday. Reuters/Mike Hatchings. An individual caught concerning a fire at the State house was distinguished as a suspect. "The individual is as of now officially a suspect and will show up in court on Tuesday," Hawks delegate Brig Nomthandazo Mbambo informed TimesLive.
It is announced earlier morning that the Hawks are investigating the theft of drugs worth more than R200 million from their offices in Port Shepstone over the weekend. The perpetrators made off with 541kg of cocaine, according to Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo. "A case of business burglary has been registered for further investigation, following a break-in at the Hawks' Serious Organised Crime offices in Port Shepstone between Friday at 16:00 and Monday at 07:00," Mbambo said.
Parliament spokesperson Moloto Mothapo has rejected suggestions by labour union Nehawu that the fire that broke out in parliament it could have been prevented had security personnel been on duty. 49-year-old man was arrested in connection with the fire at the parliament on Sunday morning is expected to appear before the court on Tuesday.
Former Gauteng Health MEC and wife in court over R1.2 billion fraud Former Gauteng Health MEC Brian Hlongwa, his wife Joelin and seven other suspects appeared in the Palm Ridge Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday over a R1.2 billion tender scandal. Hlongwa, along with other senior officials at the Department of Health in Gauteng allegedly received kickbacks, luxury trips and other benefits during his tenure between 2006 and 2010.
The Hawks are looking into the weekend theft of drugs worth more than R200 million from their premises in Port Shepstone. According to Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo, the offenders got off with 541kg of cocaine. "A corporate burglary case has been lodged for further investigation following a break-in at the Hawks' Serious Organised Crime headquarters in Port Shepstone between Friday at 16:00 and Monday at 07:00," Mbambo said.
Hawks Spokesperson Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo said that the Hawks are conducting an investigation with regard to the drug which was stolen in their offices in Port Shepstone over the weekend. The stolen drugs is worth over R200 Million.The perpetrators made off with 541kg of cocaine. “As it stands a case of business burglary has been registered for further investigation, following a break-in at the Hawks' Serious Organised Crime offices in Port Shepstone between Friday at 16:00 and Monday at 07:00," Mbambo said.
The cocaine merry-go-round. R200 million drugs seized by the Hawks stolen from their offices Last year the Hawks confiscated cocaine worth R200 million at the South Coast Harbour in KZN but no arrests were made. Over the weekend, a year later, the same drugs were stolen from the Hawks’ offices in Port Shepstone.
Drugs worth more than R240 million have been seized in a bust at Durban harbour. Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo said in a statement on Tuesday that the Hawks' Serious Organised Crime Investigation Unit discovered cocaine weighing more than 600kg on Thursday. "The team received information about an MSC freighter that was going from South America to South Africa, bringing containers with hardwood planks containing cocaine," Mbambo added.
Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court has granted R50 000 bail to each of the three new suspects who are allegedly linked to the VBS Mutual Bank scandal. The accused are 57-year-old Johannes Mohlala a former Municipal Manager at the Fetakgomo-Tubatse Local Municipality. 39-year-old Tumelo Ratau, a former Chief Financial Officer at the municipality, and 41-year-old Keaobaka Kgatiteroe who is the owner of Kelotlhoko Property Services.
Following a break-in at the Hawks Serious Organised Crime headquarters in Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal, a business burglary case has been opened for further investigation. Nomthandazo Mbambo, Hawks spokeswoman, stated that the theft occurred between Friday afternoon and Monday morning, November 7. She claimed the intruders forced open the windows to enter the building.
In conjunction with the ongoing investigation into the VBS Bank scandal, three additional people have been arrested. A 57-year-old former municipal manager of Fetakgomo-Greater Tubatse Municipality, a 39-year-old former chief financial officer, and a 41-year-old private business owner were detained at their Pretoria homes on Tuesday morning, according to police.
The Hawks are exploring the burglary of medications worth more than R200 million from their workplaces in Port Shepstone over the course of the end of the week. The culprits snatched 541kg of cocaine, as per Hawks representative Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo. "An instance of business robbery has been enlisted for additional examination, following a break-in at the Hawks' Serious Organized Crime workplaces in Port Shepstone between Friday at 16:00 and Monday at 07:00," Mbambo said.
Durban, South Africa In connection with the ongoing investigation into the VBS Bank scandal, three more people have been arrested. A 57-year-old former municipal manager of Fetakgomo-Greater Tubatse Municipality, a 39-year-old former chief financial officer, and a 41-year-old private business owner were arrested on Tuesday morning at their Pretoria homes, according to police.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/cocaine-worth-r200-million-stolen-from-hawks-office-in-kzn-3dba1d53-cedb-4eac-9084-8c1667322363 Durban: KwaZulu-Natal police are exploring after cocaine with a road worth of R200 million was supposedly taken from the Hawks' Serious Organized Crime workplaces in Port Shepstone on the KZN South Coast. Police representative Brigadier Nomthandazo Mbambo said the hoodlums broke into the structure at some point between Friday from 4pm and Monday before 7am.