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Crime Stats: KZN still SA’s murder and rape capital

Police Minister Bheki Cele has portrayed the nation's homicide rate as high and troubling while at the same time conveying the country's wrongdoing measurements for the principal quarter of 2022/23 on Friday.

North of 6 424 individuals were killed in the principal quarter of the year among April and June this year, a stunning increment of 664 additional individuals contrasted and a similar period last year.

The wrongdoing details show that 1623 individuals were killed in the KZN region - the most in the country.

KZN was trailed by Gauteng, with 1490 individuals killed, the Eastern Cape, with 1200 homicides, and the Western Cape, with 994.

The wrongdoing details showed uMlazi and the Plessislaer police headquarters in KZN enrolled the most noteworthy homicide cases during this period, with 83 and 69 killings particular.

Cele said contentions and misconceptions close by retribution were the main three purposes behind murder.

He said 2 766 individuals were shot dead among April and June this year.

The most elevated gun related passings were in KZN.

A sum of 912 individuals were shot dead in KZN, trailed by 697 in Gauteng and 498 in the Western Cape.

KZN additionally recorded the biggest number of numerous homicides. Out of 48 agendas explored by SAPS, 18 were from KZN.

"The KwaZulu-Natal territory recorded the biggest number of numerous homicides, trailed by Gauteng and the Eastern Cape in which at least two casualties were killed at an at once.

In the mean time, KZN had a 6% lessening in detailed assault occurrences, yet the 1953 revealed cases were as yet the most noteworthy in the country

Gauteng likewise had a 6.4% reduction, yet recorded 1909 cases and the Western Cape recorded 1115 assault episodes.

Source : https://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-and-courts/crime-stats-kzn-still-sas-murder-and-rape-capital-ad75b2b0-8dc5-4d42-8ae4-edf2b6e8e2d1

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