South African Police Services – reports


Crime, human trafficking, rape, killings, corruption are just endless.   If government is not going to stop it, nobody will – they allow this.  Open borders are also a fact, and people from all over the world come in South Africa and live here for free, get free land and housing, want free education, if they want to use electricity it is also free and most of them are also sassa receivers.   Here are only a few cases reported at the media room of SAPS services.

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15 August 2019

Media Statement
South African Police Service
Office of the Provincial Commissioner Eastern Cape

Perpetrators of Sexual crimes attack defenceless victims whom they manipulate and brainwash. It is also a known fact that the perpetrators are known to the victims and for the various reasons these victims live in silence whilst trying to deal with these horrific incidents

DURING September 2012 Department of Social Development intervened after neighbours of the victim alerted them about the abuse of a 7-year-old child who was also physical challenged. The incident continuously occurred to the victim who was repeatedly raped by her stepfather while her mother is away and at one stage she was raped in the presence of her mother.

A case of rape was opened and the docket was assigned to Detective Constable Yongama Mkabile. Mkabile sacrifices many hours during investigation until the case was finalised. Suspect was found guilty and was sentenced to undergo life imprisonment at Lady Frere Regional Court on Tuesday 13 August 2019

On Wednesday 14 August 2019, 28-year-old man was sentenced to undergo life imprisonment for rape and 5 years imprisonment for House Breaking. Siyabonga Ngowaxelele 28, was arrested after he raped 54-year-old woman at Ezibeleni during July 2018.

The suspect forcefully gained entrance by breaking windows and on entering the house he dragged the victim who was sleeping together with her old mother and raped her. During the incident the old Gogo who is 102 years tried to intervention and she was assaulted by the suspect.  After the suspect ran away.

A case of rape and housebreaking was registered at Ezibeleni.  Detective Sgt Vizicelo Witbooi  successful opposed bail until suspect was found guilty at Lady Frere Regional Court on Wednesday 14, 2019.

Queenstown Cluster Commander Major General Funeka Siganga congratulated the members by saying she understands the complexity of the investigation and challenges encountered by the members.   She extended the profound thanks to the Magistrate Mrs Ngcongolo and her team who have worked with the victims and investigating officers.



The community told the Minister that the delay in police investigations and bringing finality to reported cases is pushing residents into resorting to mob justice.

General Cele’s visit to the Masoyi community is part of a women month programme of #SaferCommunities Imbizo aimed at enhancing community relations and policing.

The Minister was joined in the visit by National Commissioner General Khehla Sitole as well as the Provincial Commissioner of Mpumalanga Lietenant General Mondli Zuma, MEC for Community, Security and Liaison, Gabisile Shabalala and other senior SAPS management.

The visit comes as Masoyi residents are confronted with cases of murder, gender based violence and other crimes which has led to the death of several people due to mob justice.

General Bheki Cele told the community of Masoyi that “these allegations must be investigated and appropriate steps must be taken to bring all suspects to book, mob justice is not the solution and will never be tolerated.”


Media Statement
South African Police Service
Office of the Provincial Commissioner North West

RUSTENBURG – A 32-year old Isaac Moruane who is facing five counts of attempted murder, was again remanded in custody until Monday, 19 August 2019 for continuation of formal bail application and confirmation of his legal status in the country by Immigration Officials.

Matsepe appeared in the Rustenburg Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, 14 August 2019 subsequent to his apprehension at Rustenburg taxi rank on Wednesday, 24 July 2019. The accused who has appeared several times in court, was arrested after a tip-off was received from members of the community.  Further investigation revealed that the suspect has been using different identities and aliases such “Black”, “Boleke” and “Chimama”.

According to information available at this stage, reports suggests that the accused is linked to four other counts of attempted murder that were allegedly committed in and around Sondela informal settlement and Meriting in the policing precinct of Boitekong.  In one of the incidents in May 2019, a man was allegedly shot at multiple times while on the street at Sondela informal settlement. In another incident in June, four males who were sitting inside a car in Meriting, sustained multiple gunshot wounds after allegedly being shot by Motsepe and a group of men. It is alleged the victims were inside the car when a group of approximately six men including Motsepe got out of a Toyota Quantum and fired shots at the victims. Despite more than 20 empty cartridges which were found on the scene, all four victims survived.

The accused also has a pending murder case which was withdrawn after the witness allegedly disappeared.  It was reported at the time of the incident that the accused who was known as Thato Motsepe, allegedly shot and killed a man on Tuesday, 10 March 2015 in Sunrise Park, Extension 9, Boitekong.


16 August 2019

Media Statement
South African Police Service
Office of the Provincial Commissioner Gauteng

GAUTENG – Police have since Wednesday, 14 August 2019, been on high alert monitoring different areas in Soweto following incidents of looting at shops reported to be belonging to foreign nationals in Dobsonville, Meadowlands, Rockville, Naledi, Zola, Emdeni and other parts of Soweto.

To this end, eleven suspects have been arrested while police recovered one unlicensed firearm and goods believed to have been stolen during the looting.

The incidents of looting have been condemned by the management of police in Gauteng, while members of the public have also been cautioned to refrain from engaging in criminal activities as a form of protest as they will be identified and arrested

Meanwhile in an unrelated incident, one suspected was arrested during an integrated operation on Thursday afternoon, 15 August 2019, by the Soweto Flying Squad, Tracker and JMPD. The members spotted a white BMW which was reported stolen in Roodepoort and chased the vehicle from Dobsonville to Meadowlands where the car lost control and crashed into a house.

The arrested suspects will appear in Protea Magistrate’s Courts in due course.



Media Statement
                    South African Police Service
Office of the Provisional Commissioner Western Cape

Gang related crime is high on the priority list of the Western Cape police and every endeavour is made to protect the community against drugs, firearm and violent crimes. This afternoon members attached to Operation Thunder pursued intelligence of drugs that is stored at a residence in Suurberg Street Tafelsig, Mitchells Plain.

The house was approached and searched, which led to the seizure of 199 mandrax tablets, 33,55 grams of tik and R1900-00 cash believed to be the proceeds of drug trafficking. The suspect, a 25 year old female was arrested and is due to make a court appearance on Monday in Mitchells Plain.

While conducting crime prevention patrols in Mitchells Plain this afternoon, members of the same unit were approached by the public who informed them that something suspicious is buried under a tree on an open field in Jonkershoek Street. An investigation resulted in the discovery of an air rifle and a gas gun, which are not illegal to poses. It is however suspected that these firearms are used in the commission of crimes such as armed robbery. The circumstances surrounding the discovery are being investigated and no one has been arrested as yet.



Media Statement
Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (HAWKS)

WESTERN CAPE – A 48-year-old suspect is expected to appear at the Cape Town magistrate’s Court today for allegedly trafficking a female victim from Gauteng for sexual exploitation.

The 25-year-old victim originally from Gauteng was allegedly lured under false pretext by the perpetrator after they were introduced by her friend at a party on the 09 June 2019. They travelled to Cape Town the following day, on arrival she was allegedly locked up at a house in Brooklyn and forced into a life of drugs and prostitution.

Whilst on the streets the victim managed to alert a passing Law Enforcement vehicle of her ordeal on the 10 July 2019, she was subsequently rescued and taken to a place of safety.

The matter was referred to the Hawks’ Anti-Human Trafficking team and on Wednesday the investigating team with the assistance of crime intelligence, SAPS, Metro Police, Department of Social Development (DSD), as well as A21 (NGO) descended at a house in Milnerton. The perpetrator was identified by the victim and arrested on the spot.

The suspect has been charged for contravening the Trafficking in Persons Act.



Media Statement
South African Police Service
Office of the Provincial Commissioner KwaZulu-Natal

DURBAN – Police officers in the province are persevering with operations to rid the province of drugs. On a daily basis operations at police stations across the province are bearing excellent results as police officers arrest suspects and seize drugs found in their possession.

Yesterday, police officers from the Amajuba Cluster conducted operations aimed at cleaning up the streets in Newcastle. They seized seven blocks of rock cocaine from a suspect and he was arrested. The suspect (27) was charged with dealing in drugs. He is expected to appear at the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

At the Ugu Cluster, police officers conducted operations at Mfazazana where they arrested a 36-year-old suspect for possession of drugs. He was found in possession of a packet with heroin capsules. The officers also processed to Marburg in Port Shepstone where they arrested a 26-year-old suspect for possession of drugs. He was found in possession of 10 large pieces of rock cocaine and 36 capsules of heroin.

Drug operations were also conducted at Esikhaleni where two men were arrested for possession of drugs as well as possession of property suspected to be stolen. Drugs and a suspected stolen cellphone were seized from the suspects.


Centane is a settlement in Amatole District Municipality in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa.
14 August 2019

   Media Statement
                    South African Police Service
Office of the Provisional Commissioner 
Eastern Cape

Centane Police arrested a 57-year-old man for possession of unlicensed firearm and ammunition. The suspect was arrested on Wednesday, 14 August 2019 at about 17h00 at Mnyaka Locality, Ncerhana Village, Centane.

The suspect was found with pistol that had three (03) rounds of ammunition. The suspect will appear before the Centane Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, 15 August 2019 on charges of possession of unlicensed firearm and ammunition. Removal of unlicensed fire arms from wrong hands will help reduce crime.

The fire arm will be sent for ballistic test to establish if it was not used in the commission of crime around Centane and the surrounding areas.

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Many foreign-owned shops in Soweto were empty shells of themselves on Thursday morning after residents ransacked, trashed and looted them on 14 August.     The looting occurred in different parts of Soweto such as Moroka, Dlamini, Protea Glen, Dobsonville, Rockville and Zola.     It is not yet known what led to the looting of the shops but police said they were still investigating.   Police spokesperson Colonel Kay Makhubele said they got information on Wednesday night that foreign owned shops were being looted.  In this file picture, looters exit from a tuck shop in Meadowlands, Soweto. Picture: Chris Collingridge

“We rushed there and assisted the shop owners to move their stuff. They packed them in their trucks and vans and we escorted them out of the area.    “We took them to various police stations and they stated that the would be going to Fordbsurg,” he said.
Ask yourself why all this happens in the middle of the month.. Free electricity free food and soon free Putco bus rides Soweto people for you



Misdaad is erg en dit gaan nog erger raak. Moenie hierby betrokke raak nie. Laat die polisie dit uitsorteer. Wie dit is wat so plunder weet niemand nie. Of dit nou burgers is of een immigrant wat ‘n ander immigrant (onwettig) se goed steel, weet niemand, daar word nie veel in hegtenis geneem nie. Die immigrante wat wel reageer is “verdwaas”. Wel ons is ook netso ongelukkig as ons boere en blankes wat gemartel en vermoor word, hier word net gesteel en niemand word vermoor nie. Daar is ook “versekering” moontlik hier, sal selfs ook daarna kyk of daar so iets is. Hierdie in Soweto is waar alles gratis gekry word, en niks belastings word in elk geval ingekry nie. Laat mens dink, wie sit regtig agter die “baie” aanvalle en steel van die winkels wat “bestuur” word deur immigrante.

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