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Rustenburg Six suspects were captured for ownership and unlawful managing in valuable metals, in an attack at first light, in Mpumalanga and Gauteng, on Thursday, the Hawks said 


Falcons representative Colonel Katlego Mogale said the captures identify with a burglary at a gold mine, in Stilfontein, where huge amounts of gold, worth with regards to R1 billion, were taken. 


She said the Hawks' Serious Organized Crime Investigation, in North West, working with their partners in Mpumalanga and Gauteng, captured the six suspects, matured somewhere in the range of 34 and 44, during a multi-disciplinary knowledge driven activity, which saw eight premises being looked, in both Mpumalanga and Gauteng, all the while. 


The activity is a climax of examinations and proof social event, following an outfitted theft at a gold mine in Stilfontein, in 2019, where enormous amounts of gold were taken. 


The Serious Organized Crime group worked eagerly in distinguishing the suspects and following of the gold to the processing plant, where its detailed be legitimized. The quantum esteem included is about R1 billion, said Colonel Mogale said. 


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She said eight premises were looked, where four vehicles which were purchased with cash were seized as the examination proceeds. 


The speculates will show up in court soon, offering an explanation to charges identifying with the Contravention of the Prevention of Organized Crime Act, robbery, misrepresentation, ownership, and illicit managing in valuable metals, said Mogale. 


Three weeks prior, six presumed illicit excavators, regularly known as zama zamas were gunned down, with eight injured, during a shootout with individuals from the Special Task Force, helped by the Hawks Organized Crime, in North West.

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