3.8.2019 02:20 pm
Police say they confiscated 2kg of crystal meth valued at R600 000 and over 340g of Swazi-Gold dagga valued at R10 000.
The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Police Department (EMPD) arrested three men and confiscated over R600 000 worth of crystal meth and dagga.
It is alleged that the suspect then stole the couple’s vehicle and fled the scene.
Operation Okae Molao hit the streets on Thursday morning, with Gauteng Premier David Makhura leading the charge against criminality.
Gender-based violence has reached crisis proportions, and ‘reactive slogans and media responses’ won’t fix it, an expert says.
The suspects, aged 18 and 21, were found in possession of the dead man’s belongings, including a vehicle and cellphone.
‘They kicked and hit him, but we’re just grateful that he wasn’t tortured,’ said Johan Du Bois’s son, Jaque.
Residents have been urged to be on the lookout for the car and the occupants.
It recently emerged that the Cape Town CBD is experiencing ‘unprecedented levels’ of armed robberies.
Taxi drivers are trying to find a solution to drug users who are putting them and their passengers’ safety at risk.
Security company guards reportedly came under attack while offloading cash for pension and grant payments.
The man is in custody and is expected to appear in court again for a bail application on August 8.
The bullets miraculously missed all major organs and the two dogs are alive and safe.
Instead of giving all the money to the victims, he allegedly took R3,000 for himself and gave them the remainder.
Stores most affected are those where there are no parking booms and inadequate security, after six robbery attempts in the past six months.