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Events like this are not supposed to happen, not so long after apartheid ended.Favoritism for certain races is supposed to be long gone.However it's still happening and worse of all in our law system.All the details are down below but, some thing needs to change.
POLICE are searching for the parents of a newborn baby boy who was dumped in a bin behind a beach hotel in Durban's city center. Police said that on July 10, at 22.15pm, the baby was found alive by police in a bin at Bescombe Place.
The Durban Metro Police have suspended the use of breathalysers during alcohol roadblocks as the country continues to grapple with coronavirus fears. The Johannesburg Metro Police Department said on Friday that it would be up to the motorist if they were willing to be breathalysed or not during roadblock operations. In the Cape, the Cape Town Metro Police said drink-driving operations would not be halted, but the traffic police said they would review the situation. Numerous attempts to get hold of Tra
By Phelokazi Tenge - 05 April 2020 Image:Supplied A 36- year - old is lost of words after he was rescued from his kidnappers by Metro Police after he was kidnapped and held in Inanda , North of Durban ,for almost twenty hours . He was brutally beaten and tortured while his kidnappers were demanding a ransom from his family and friends for his release . "During the time I was in that dark place ,I heard kidnappers arguing if they should release me or kill me for body parts.I was not sure if I was going to ma
On Wednesday evening, an off-duty metro police officer was injured after his vehicle was allegedly shot several times at a community roadblock in Montclair, Durban. Steve Middleton, the head of the eThekwini Metro Police Department, called on community policing forums (CPFs) to remove their roadblocks on Thursday.
The City’s Metro Police Unit have urged the community to abide by the national lockdown regulations as those caught will be prosecuted. The Municipality has undertaken a zero-tolerance approach and will not hesitate to charge non-complaint members of the public. President Cyril Ramaphosa imposed the lockdown to curb the spread of the Coronavirus, declared as a global disaster. The national lockdown regulation falls under the Disaster Management Act 57/2002. All citizens are instructed to stay within the c
A Teenage was captured at the supposed stockpiling premises of the Bloods group, for tranquilize ownership and medication managing, during a strategic activity by the Metro Police Drug Team and Counter Narcotics. Metro Police chief Steve Middleton said the activity was directed at the end of the week in Viewhaven Drive, in Woodview, at the supposed heroin stockpiling premises of the Bloods group. "The distinguished stockpiling objective was captured for managing and ownership of heroin," said Middleton.