SAPD-lede betrokke by dwelmhandel in Pretoria, sê MMC van Tshwane

Tshwane MMC vir gemeenskapsveiligheid en nooddienste, Karen Meyer, het Maandag gesê dat sy berigte en beeldmateriaal ontvang het wat wys dat lede van die Suid-Afrikaanse Polisiediens (SAPD) by dwelmhandel betrokke is. Meyer het ook die beamptes van die SAPD uitgetrap omdat hulle na bewering verhoed het dat Tshwane-nooddienste vlamme op ‘n geboue blus waarin beweerde dwelmhandelaars woon. Gemeenskapslede, hoofsaaklik taxibestuurders, het Maandag verdagtes wat deur polisiebeamptes gearresteer is, aangerand voordat hulle die perseel aan die brand gesteek het. “Tshwane-nooddienste is deur die skares verhoed om toegang tot die vermeende dwelmhandelaars te verkry en te behandel, maar hulle is ook deur die SAPD verhinder om die brand te blus. "Alhoewel dit 'n wisselvallige situasie was, moes hulle die nooddienste beskerm om hul take te verrig. Dit was ook die geval tydens die gebeure vroeër hierdie maand elders in die sentrale besigheids gebied," het Meyer gesê. 'Daar i…
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Voormalige Skerpioene-ondersoekbeampte probeer bank in Pretoriase winkelsentrum roof

Die man wat na bewering 'n bank in die Menlyn Mall-winkelsentrum in Pretoria probeer beroof het, is geïdentifiseer as 'n voormalige ondersoekbeampte vir die nou-ontbinde Skerpioene. Twee van sy voormalige kollegas het aan News24 bevestig dat die verdagte, wat Dinsdagoggend in hegtenis geneem is, Mossie Mostert was. Volgens News24 word deur albei bronne ook gesê Mostert het glo finansieel swaargekry. Sedert hy die direktoraat vir spesiale operasies (die Skerpioene) en die polisie verlaat het, het Mostert sy handel as 'n private ondersoeker by 'n maatskappy genaamd Mostert Security Solutions uitgevoer. Volgens die polisie het die verdagte glo omstreeks 11:15 'n Absa-bank binnegegaan en reguit na 'n bankteller gestap voordat hy 'n briefie oorhandig het. Hy het homself vermom, het 'n pruik gedra en die bank binnegekom met 'n toestel wat hy later as 'n bom ontbloot het. Polisiewoordvoerder, kaptein Colette Weilbach, het gesê op die nota is gesê dat hy 'n bom gehad …
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Swiss pensioner scammed out of R13,500 at Pretoria home affairs

It is believed a certain Stoffel and a Diana L Kamwenje may have information related to the ‘agency’ that allegedly scammed Denise Hausermann. Forensic investigators are asking for two people to come forward who they believe may have information about an alleged fraud at the department of home affairs (DHA) in Pretoria, after a Swiss national was scammed. When her pensioner’s permit expired, Denise Hausermann, 67, had come to love living in SA and she found an “agency” in a newspaper to help her through the red tape. It is believed a certain Stoffel and a Diana L Kamwenje may have information related to the “agency”. According to senior specialist investigator from IRS Forensic Investigations Andre van Wyk, Hausermann initially paid R10,000 for her application for permanent residency (PRP). Hausermann’s purse, containing her passport after she received her PRP and temporary identity document (ID), was stolen in a separate incident soon after she started dealing w…
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Pretoria Becomes Globalist Sh*thole as Nigerians, Drugs & Taxi Driver Wars Plunge CBD Into Chaos (VIDEO)

Drugs & Taxi Drivers were blamed for CBD being plunged into chaos - shops looted, buildings set on fire and public transport suspended in South Africa's Capital City. Taxi drivers took to the streets in Pretoria after one of their "colleagues" was apparently killed by a Nigerian who was apparently selling drugs. They allegedly set the buildings where the Nigerian "businesses" were operating from, on fire and then hijacked a truck, which was used to block an intersection to prevent the fire trucks from getting to the fire. The killing of the taxi driver is believed to have started these riots in the CBD. The situation left bus commuters stranded after the city temporarily suspended its bus services for safety reasons. Several foreign stores were looted and a building was set alight. Police had to chase rioters with rubber bullets who prevented the firefighters from reaching the scene.   Watch at: https://youtu.be/FuR1mc2xxrc The police system is…
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Polisie slaan toe in Pretoria metro, 489 wetsoortreders vas getrek

Die polisie het in die groter Pretoria toegeslaan en 489 mense gearresteer gedurende die naweek toe agt padblokkades opgerig is om wetsoortreders vas te trek. ’n Polisie woordvoerder sê daar is op talle aspekte gefokus, en mense met onpadwaardige voertuie, bestuurders sonder ’n lisensie, dronk bestuurders, is almal vasgetrek. Talle sonder rybewyse, ander met ongeregistreerde vuurwapens, en talle ander oortredings het deel uitgemaak van die naweek se misdaad bekamping aksie. Die polisie en verkeersowerheid het ’n gesamentlike poging aangewend wat as uiters suksesvol beskryf is, en talle mense is gearresteer met dwelmmiddels in hulle besit. -Vryburger
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Diepsloot protest ‘shutdown’ may affect Pretoria motorists – townships are demanding electricity to all informal settlements

The shutdown might see road closures of major highways such as the R511 and the N14, which link Johannesburg and Pretoria on Monday and Tuesday. 16 hours ago Police are on high alert following threats of a service delivery protest ‘shutdown’ in Diepsloot, west of Johannesburg. This after a message has been doing the rounds on social media that the township would be ‘closed down’ from Monday 15 July to Tuesday 16 July. Among the demands in the message are that ‘local leaders’ want money to be made available to supply electricity to all the informal settlements in the area. Another demand is for all ‘undocumented’ (i.e. foreign) residents to leave the area. Police spokesperson Captain Makgowanyana Maja said the circulating message cannot be confirmed as either bogus or legitimate. “We are, however, aware of it and ready to deal with it,” he said. If true, the shutdown will see road closures of major highways such as the R511 and the N14 which link Pretoria a…
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Reeksmoordenaar los in Pretoria wat op haweloses teer – Lyk van 5de hawelose man in Pretoria gekry

Die polisie het Woensdag die lyk van 'n vyfde hawelose slagoffer in Pretoria gekry nadat vier hawelose mans reeds die afgelope paar weke vermoor is. Brig. Mathapelo Peters, polisiewoordvoerder, sê hulle het 'n taakspan op die been gebring om die moorde te ondersoek nadat die vyfde lyk sowat 400 m van die Unisa-kampus in Muckleneuk gevind is. "Die polisie kan bevestig dat minstens vyf lyke tot dusver gekry is. Die lyke is oor die bestek van twee tot drie weke gevind, in verskillende dele van Muckleneuk in die Pretoriase middestad." Peters sê die ondersoek is steeds aan die gang, maar die polisie kan reeds bevestig dat die vermoordes almal middeljarige, hawelose mans is, wat in die nag vermoor is. Sy sê lt.genl. Elias Mawela, Gauteng se polisiehoof, het 'n taakspan op die been gebring om die moorde te prioritiseer sodat hulle kan seker maak die skuldiges word so gou moontlik gevang. Muckleneuk 'n Bebloede kombers en blou handskoen lê in die Magnoliadalpark waar …
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New crime trend! Cops say wi-fi detectors used to steal cellphones, laptops from cars

Pretoria - Police believe they have uncovered the reason behind the high number of theft of cellphones and laptops out of cars in the city and anywhere else across the country. Spokesperson Captain Collett Weilbach said criminals were using increasingly sophisticated, directional wi-fi detectors to home in on the laptop or cellphone. This could detect the gadgets from where they had been hidden, be it under the seat of the car or in the boot. Weilbach urged members of the public, particularly motorists, to turn off the wi-fi of laptops and cellphones to avoid opening an invitation to thieves. Police in the Brooklyn area, largely populated by students, as well as Sunnyside and the CBD have reported on an increase in the number of laptops stolen out of motor vehicles. “I parked my car and walked to a restaurant, and all was well. On my return about two hours later, I noticed that one of the rear windows had been smashed. "I checked under the driver’s seat where …
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Pa van twee veg vir sy lewe na 6 skote hom tref tydens huisinbraak

Jan Schoeman ’n pa van twee, veg vir sy lewe in die intensiewe-sorgeenheid van Netcare Montana hospitaal na rowers hom ses keer geskiet het tydens ’n huisbraak in Pretoria-Noord.  Twee verdagtes het van die skiettoeneel gevlug,  met slegs die gesin se TV en ’n skoolsak in hul besit.  Die aanval vorm deel van die terreur wat tans daagliks teen inwoners, feitlik almal blank, in die land gevoer word. Wat veronderstel was om ’n normale weeksdag vir die Schoeman-gesin moes wees, het ontaard in ’n nagmerrie toe rowers vroegoggend by hul woning ingebreek het.  Schoeman se vrou vertel dat sy besig was in die  kombuis,  toe sy ’n slag hoor van ’n venster wat breek.  Schoeman het ondersoek kom instel en hom vasgeloop in die rowers waartydens ’n struweling ontstaan en skote afgevuur is.  Sy vertel haar man is per ambulans hospitaal toe geneem, waar hy onder sedasie geplaas is, sy toestand is kritiek.  Polisiewoordvoerder Kaptein Matthews Nkoadi het bevestig dat ’n saak van poging tot m…
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Plot robberies, rape on the rise in the Pretoria North – communities asked to beef up their security

A spate of crimes are being committed on plots in Pretoria North, particularly house robberies and rape. “Criminals are now going to the extent of stealing solar panels from the roofs of houses.” This is according to police spokesperson Captain Matthews Nkoadi. He explained the perpetrators were usually in groups of two or three wearing balaclavas and wielding guns. “We urge communities in that area to up their security and inform us of any suspicious activities,” Nkoadi said. Other popular crimes he identified included robberies of hair salons, taxis and buses. “Criminals are now going to the extent of stealing solar panels from the roofs of houses,” he said. Other forms of crime in Pretoria North seem to be on the decrease. Nkoadi also said students in other parts of Pretoria were still being targeted by false prophets who were roaming the streets. “We urge our students to please be more clever than these people,” he said. He added that most robberi…
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