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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Chaos heers in Pretoria se middestad na talle busdrywers staak en paaie versper vir 18% salaris verhoging

Verkeer in die Pretoria se middestad is Maandagoggend tot stilstand geruk na talle busdrywers van die Tshwane-busdiens besluit het om te staak. Betogende busbestuurders van die Tshwane-munisipale busdienste het busse gebruik om hoofroetes te blokkeer om verkeersvloei te belemmer. Sheila-Lynn Senkubuge, burgemeesterskomiteelid vir paaie en vervoer in Tshwane sê dat Samwu-lede om beter lone betoog, maar ’n stappie te vêr gegaan deur busse sonder toestemming van die stad te neem om die sakekern te blokkeer en honderde motoriste te verontrief en moet nou deur die metro weggesleep word. Sy vra onverskoning vir die ontrief en gaan vêrder deur te sê dat die stad alles in hul vermoë doen om die busse te verwyder sodat verkeersvloei vir die res van die dag kan normaliseer. Senkubuge sê ook dat hul die opsie oorweeg om die busbestuurders wat die busse wederregtelik uit die depot geneem het, van diefstal aan te kla. Netwerk 24 berig dat Mpho Tladinyane, streeksekretaris van Samwu in…
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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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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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Pretoria’s homeless people targeted by ‘Serial killer’ – bodies of three victims found over period of twee weeks

A serial killer may be on the loose in Pretoria, targeting homeless people sleeping in parks in the city. According to eNCA, three homeless men have been murdered in the same manner in the past two weeks. The station reported that the latest body was found on Tuesday at the Magnolia Dell Park in Muckleneuk. Another body was reportedly found in the same park, while the body of a third victim was found close to the park two weeks ago, according to Pretoria News. All victims were reportedly killed in their sleep. They were stabbed and hit by a blunt object, according to eNCA. Around 6 000 people in Pretoria are reportedly considered homeless. According to a representative of an NGO who works closely with homeless people in the city, more homeless people have reported being attacked in a similar way, but managed to escape. Lucky escape "They've been reporting violence towards them. We spoke to a guy three weeks ago who was sleeping when he was stabbed. He w…
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Centurion residents taught how to avoid driveway hijackings by RICHARD BRUSSOW of the National Hijack Prevention Academy

Centurion residents were on Saturday taught about how to avoid becoming victims of hijackings in driveways. This was during a workshop at Laerskool Louis Leipoldt in Lyttelton, where former police officer Richard Brussow spoke to them about prevention of crimes such as hijacking and robbery. Brussow, who established the National Hijack Prevention Academy in 2001, said 68% of hijackings happened in driveways and could be avoided. He has more than 15 years of experience in motor vehicle crime investigation, organized crime, motor vehicle theft, metro police crime prevention, and vehicle tracking. Brussow educated his audience about tricks used by hijackers, their motivation, factors that lead to attacks and categories of hijacked vehicles. Robbers liked using service stations as a base to prey on unsuspecting victims, he said. Once they had identified their victims they drove behind them until they arrived home. Brussow advised motorists to always look at the ca…
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Father of two was shot six times in a home invasion incident in north of Pretoria

A father of two in the north of Pretoria was in a critical condition after he was shot six times in a home invasion. “It’s so surreal. I cannot believe my husband Jan is in ICU and fighting for his life,” Lorna Schoeman told Rekord. A normal weekday for the Schoeman family in Great Dane Street in Hesteapark turned into a nightmare when two men suddenly entered their home at around 04:50. Schoeman said she was in the kitchen preparing their children’s school lunches when she heard a window break. “Something was thrown through the window, and the next moment there were two unknown men in our house.” A struggle ensued between her husband Jan, who had just woken up, and the attackers in the hallway. “The next moment the gunshots were fired,” said Schoeman. Schoeman said Jan was rushed to the Netcare Montana Hospital. “The bullets did a lot of damage. I just want my husband to recover; there is still a long road ahead as he is in critical condition.” The c…
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Two more suspects arrested in connection with Mamelodi pre-school robbery

Gauteng police have arrested two more suspects in connection with the robbery of international students at a pre-school in Mamelodi East, Pretoria, earlier this month. According to police spokesperson Brigadier Mathapelo Peters, one of the suspects was arrested in Limpopo on Friday while the other was caught in Mpumalanga on Saturday. Eighteen students and two professors from the US, who were on an outreach visit at the Viva Foundation School in Mamelodi East, were attacked and robbed by five armed suspects two weeks ago. Service Maimela, 30, was arrested a few days later at the Pienaarspoort informal settlement in Mamelodi East. He appeared in the Mamelodi Magistrate's Court last Monday on charges of robbery, attempted murder and assault. The matter was postponed to Monday, May 27 for further investigations, said Peters. Peters said the police were still processing the dockets of the two additional suspects, adding that they were most likely to appear in co…
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Tshwane Metro Police Department officers pounce on robbery suspects

Pretoria - Tshwane Metro Police Department officers on Sunday arrested three men for possession of a car that was taken during a house robbery in Limpopo about two weeks ago. The arrests were made in Barnett and Hilda streets in Hatfield at about 11am. The suspects had been on the run after committing another crime on Saturday. Metro Police spokesperson Senior Superintendent Isaac Mahamba said the vehicle's original number plate had been replaced. The suspects, aged 24, 32 and 37, are facing charges of house robbery, attempted murder, possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition, as well as possession of a hijacked motor vehicle. Mahamba said two charges were opened in Limpopo and the others yesterday in Pretoria. “Between May 18 and 19, three suspects went to a house in Limpopo and committed house robbery and took a VW bakkie, a firearm, R4000 and bank cards and went to withdraw R5000 from the victim's account. “On Saturday night they went to a pub in L…
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AfriForum dagvaar polisie om vir onwettige grondgryp te betaal – Polisie het versuim om hul pligte tydens ’n grondgryp naby Onderstepoort in Pretoria, uit te voer

Die verontregte eienaar van ’n plaas naby Onderstepoort in Pretoria het vandag in samewerking met AfriForum ’n dagvaarding uitgereik teen Bheki Cele, minister van polisie, om die kostes en uitgawes verbonde aan ’n dringende uitsettingsaansoek in 2018 te verhaal. Die polisie het versuim om hul pligte tydens ’n grondgryp wat op die perseel plaasgevind het, uit te voer. Die polisie het in Augustus verlede jaar geweier om dr. Motodi Maserumule by te staan om betreders te arresteer wat sy grond wederregtelik betree en begin het om strukture op te rig. Dr. Maserumule het AfriForum genader en ’n dringende hofbevel bekom wat gelas het dat die betreders verwyder word, en dat die polisie die balju daarmee behulpsaam moet wees. Dr. Maserumule en AfriForum het die Rooimiere ’n mandaat gegee om die betreders en strukture te help verwyder. “AfriForum raak betrokke by sake soos hierdie om toe te sien dat die polisie gedwing word om hulle werk te doen. Ons hoop dat hierdie eis as afsk…
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