Last month, police, who have considered Nyalara hazardous, increased their proposal of a R50 000 prize to R100 000 for any data that could prompt his capture and indictment.
Yanga Endrey Nyalara, also known as Bara, faces 18 counts of homicide, among different charges. Photograph: SAPS
Nyalara was at last seized when individuals from Operation Restore responded to data and led a hunt at a home in Nassau Street in Bothasig on Friday.
He and two ladies, matured 21 and 28, were trapped possessing tik and mandrax with a joined road worth of R90 000.
Nyalara's fear is a gigantic success for police.
He was needed on charges of homicide, endeavored murder, attack and ownership of unlicensed guns - violations he purportedly dedicated among 2018 and this year in Khayelitsha.
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