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MILITARY

Poor security at military bases alarming

The Defense Force Service Commission has said that the lack of security at South African National Defense Force military bases is of “serious concern”, as is the deterioration of security fences within military bases and on the borders. Security fences within military bases and units and on the borders are falling apart while budget constraints hamper the upgrading, repair of security systems and maintenance.

  2 months ago ago
Poor security at military bases alarming

CRIME

SANDF recovers R640 000 smuggled vehicles and goods from border jumpers at Limpopo

9 SAI Bn otherwise known as 'The Home of the Brave' announced its arrival under Operation CORONA in Limpopo when they arrested smugglers and criminals who were trying to smuggle vehicles and goods through the illegal border-crossing at Gumbu Mine near Madimbo to the value of R640 000.00.The smugglers decided against using the stipulated points of entry and opted to make use of the bush. Cases of boarder jumping and smuggling of goods have been rampant at ports of entry and the SAPS have often been accused of

  1 year ago ago
SANDF recovers R640 000 
smuggled vehicles and goods from border jumpers at Limpopo

MILITARY

Opinion - The South African National Defence Forces at their best to stop crime

“The prime function of landward border safeguarding under Operation CORONA is to deter cross-border criminal activities, such as illegal cross-border movements of undocumented persons, dagga, contraband, counterfeit goods, vehicle smuggling and livestock theft. The South African National Defence Force members from 14 South African Infantry Battalion deployed along the border of South Africa with Mozambique recovered stolen vehicles at eSicabheni and KwaMshudu village near Manguzi in KwaZulu-Natal.

  5 months ago ago
Opinion - The South African National Defence Forces at their best to stop crime

SOCIETY

A woman and her boyfriend caught pretending to be doctors

Woman caught pretending to be a doctor More than R700 000 worth of medication was seized by the police. A WOMAN who practiced as a medical doctor in the Eastern Cape without a license was arrested on Thursday along with her sham assistant. Their arrest comes after the police's crime intelligence unit received information in September last year that she had started practicing as a medical doctor in Molteno in 2018 without a license. Brig. Tembinkosi Kinana, a police spokesperson, says an operation called "Operation

  1 year ago ago
A woman and her boyfriend caught pretending to be doctors