An hammer was used on a man's head till he passed out. Criminals on the roads have been a major issue in South Africa. By incarcerating these offenders, the police were supposed to be assisting the public in remaining safe. However, these murderers continue to get away with murdering people on a regular basis in South Africa's roads.
It's not all people who are so mercy when they caught criminal stealing their belongings or even some other people belongings. Although people are always being advised that they mustn't take the power into their own hands, it seems like it's not stopping. Mob justice it's again gaining momentum and communities are more relying on than calling the police or even sometimes call police after they dealt with the person by mob.
Suspects arrested following a business robbery in Goodwood Suspects and a security guard are believed to have been in hospital after they sustained gunshot wounds coming from the shootout that occurred between the suspects, security guards and South African Police Services later yesterday. It has been revealed that the manager of the store was with a security guard when they were approached by three armed suspects, who forced them to get into the store and raise their hands up as well as cooperate with the perpetrators of crimes.
https://twitter.com/Abramjee/status/1499004114205876231?t=OQZv7y9MQGNqfdql0e9QbQ&s=19 Parow WC: corner of Jean Simonis Street and Voortrekker Road. Alleged handbag thief caught and beaten by three men, this is not an ordinary beating that he received from 3 gentlemen who are believed to be the community members in the area.
Boksburg East Voortrekker Road Law enforcements received disturbing calls from the ordinary members of the public in the area who alerted them about a possible suspicious behaviour of suspects, who might have been involved in criminal activities and officers were dispatched. As MR1 & LG1 turned into the street (2) WM suspects were tampering at the Telkom Box as soon as members approached the suspects they attempted to run away with the swift thinking of LGEP's 2 members, 1 member jumped out of the moving vehicle and started chasing on foot the other member gave chase in the vehicle managing to intercept the suspects 3 blocks away from the scene.
A man was beaten by an axe on his head until he pass out.South Africa been having a big problem with criminals in the streets. The police was supposed to be the ones helping public stay safe bye imprisoning these people. However these criminals keep on getting away with murder and people on a daily basis in the streets of South Africa.
A taxi driver and his assistant have been arrested after they allegedly kidnapped a female passenger and robbed her in Goodwood. The City's traffic officers were busy with an operation, when they noticed a woman in a taxi, screaming at them and banging against the door of the vehicle.
Laingsburg police confiscates drugs worth R1.1million during Festive Season operation #DrugsOffTheStreets WESTERN CAPE - Safer Festive Season operations aimed at eradicating drug trafficking along major entry and exit routes of the Western Cape once again yielded positive results when the police confiscated drugs with an estimated street value of R1.1 million in Laingsburg on Monday, 23 November 2020 at about 02:40. Members attached to the Laingsburg police and local traffic officials were strategically deployed
SA Breweries (SAB) truck was plundered after it slammed on Voortrekker Road in Krugersdorp on Tuesday morning, the principal day of liquor deals in level 2 of the lockdown. An onlooker, Owen Lloyd, said he was going from Chamdor in the territory when he saw traffic was vigorously supported up. I passed through the traffic effectively, and saw everybody was stopped out and about. I looked into the street and saw a SAB truck on its side. Everybody was plundering it," Lloyd told TimesLIVE. He said lager "was
Christmas has come early in Krugersdorp: A crash involving a beer truck gave locals a perfect opportunity to beat the liquor store queues on Tuesday. Today is the first day that South Africans can legally purchase booze in more than six weeks, but for some locals in Krugersdorp, they didn’t even have to visit the bottle store to stock-up on alcohol – and it cost them nothing: A mass wave of looting was reported when this beer truck crashed on Frederick Cooper Road. Forget the bottle store – Krugersdorp
A South African Breweries (SAB) truck was looted after it crashed on Voortrekker Road in Krugersdorp on Tuesday morning, the first day of alcohol sales in level 2 of the lockdown. An eyewitness, Owen Lloyd, said he was travelling from Chamdor in the area when he noticed traffic was heavily backed up. “I drove through the traffic quite easily, and noticed everyone was parked on the side of the road. “I looked up the road and saw a SAB truck on its side. Everyone was looting it,” Lloyd told TimesLIVE. He
Safer Festive Season operations aimed at eradicating drug trafficking along major entry and exit routes of the Western Cape once again yielded positive results when the police confiscated drugs with an estimated street value of R1.1 million in Laingsburg on Monday, 23 November 2020 at about 02:40. Members attached to the Laingsburg police and local traffic officials were strategically deployed at Voortrekker Road when they conducted a vehicle checkpoint. They stopped a Toyota Quantum minibus taxi and approached