Daily Archives: October 4, 2020

Community patrollers join the police in weekend operations as they arrest over 1260 suspects and recover 25 unlicensed firearms

PARKTOWN – Community Patrollers who volunteer their time to fight crime in Gauteng sacrificed the weekend and joined various law enforcement agencies during operations that led to the arrest of more than 1260 suspects and the recovery of more than 25 unlicensed firearms. The Gauteng MEC for Community Safety Ms Faith Mazibuko and Gauteng Provincial

Sudanese Interim Government, Regional Factions Sign Peace Agreement

CAIRO – Leaders of Sudan’s transitional government and a number of rebel groups signed a peace agreement Saturday in the South Sudanese capital of Juba, which observers hope will end nearly two decades of conflict in war-torn regions of the country, including Darfur. Sudan’s interim President Abdel Fattah al-Burhan captured the joyful mood surrounding the

Missing person sought by Port Shepstone SAPS

DURBAN – Police at Port Shepstone are appealing to members of the community for assistance with regards to a missing person. Qobhile Cele (5) who resides at Noqhongo in Mehlomnyama, was last seen by her grandmother on 29 August 2019, playing outside her home. She was wearing a red jacket; blue plastic shoes and grey

Four suspects nabbed with drugs in Port Shepstone

DURBAN – The widespread use and dealing in drugs remains a priority for the South African Police Service. The team from the Provincial Drug and Firearm Unit are continuing with their mandate to clean-up our streets. An operation was carried out by the team at Port Shepstone on 02 October 2020, at Mkholombe, Ryder Street