Radical economic transformation in South Africa – crime out of hand


The daily lifes of our citizens, in town, on the roads, in banks – all over on social media.   Hier is net een dag, ‘n paar wat gewys is op sosiale media.

28 November 2019 –  CIT robbery on the N1, Hammanskraal. Money truck was bombed open. Several people have been injured.    Isec Security.

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Uiters swak, waar is sekuriteit op alle treindienste en -stasies?

Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula, says they have identified four possible suspects in the burning of 18 train carriages at Cape Town Station on Thursday morning.

He says no arrests have yet been made. Mbalula was addressing the media following an inspection of the burnt out carriages.

He says damage is estimated at R61-million.  Mbalula says 213 coaches have been gutted at a cost of more than R640 million over the last five years.

Meanwhile, President of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Geoff Jacobs,  says business in the Cape Metro is suffering due to the failing rail infrastructure and the torching of trains.

Jacobs was reacting to Thursday morning’s incident. He adds that something needs to be done about the situation.

“The fires this morning are just another blow to workers who suffer daily trying to get to work using Metrorail trains, when and if trains do arrive they must sit if they are lucky or stand crushed like sardines in a tin; they arrive at work late often exhausted or unfit for the day’s work. Cape Town’s work force deserves better.”

Still no arrests for burning of 18 train carriages in Cape Town


People like to play with fire and destroy everything.

METRORAIL (06:00)  28 November

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No security in sight or nearby
Regional Service Advisory
Fire incident at Cape Town Station (platforms 9/10/15 and 16) impacts morning peak train service.
Regional train service is suspended until further notice.
Commuters are advised to make use of own alternative transport.


28 November 2019 – in North west province – suspects are expected to appear at the Klerksdorp and Jouberton Magistrate’s Courts respectively on Thursday  for illegal possession of fire-arms and contravention of the National Environment Management-Biodiversity (NEMBA) Act.

Their arrest follows an intelligence driven operation by the Hawks’ serious Organised Crime Investigation unit with members of Crime Intelligence, National Intervention Unit and the Illicit mining group led to the arrest of three suspects aged 23, 35 and 43 in Klerksdorp and Hartbeesfontein on 26 November.

The first suspect was arrested at a farm near Klerksdorp where he was found in possession of a hunting rifle, shotgun, revolver, pistol and a large quantity of empty cartridges and live ammunition.   Further probing into the discovered firearms led the investigative team to another farm in Hartbeesfontein where two additional suspects were arrested after an assortment of firearms and ammunition were found which included a rifle, hunting rifle, pistol and revolver. Additionally, hundred rhino horns were found, four tiger carcasses and one thousand US dollars. All exhibits were seized for further investigation.



28 November 2019 – Police arrested police officials – Vorsterkroon , Nigel

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Isec Security


28 November 2019

With just over an hour after unknown suspects fired several shots and robbed a business in the Bellville CBD where they took cellphones and other items, members of the Western Cape Flying Squad caught up with the suspects and arrested two early this morning. They recovered a vehicle, 17 cellphones as well as two firearms in Mfuleni.

Of the cellphones recovered, one belongs to a 42 year old off duty police officer who was shot dead in a robbery in Delft South earlier in the evening. In the robbery the policeman’s cellphone was taken.

He was a detective attached to Elsies River police.

Police investigations are yet to determine if the firearms seized are linked to the murder of the of the Elsies River detective.

Further investigations that are currently underway are looking into whether there were other suspects involved and all could be linked other serious crime incidents.

Indications are that more arrests are imminent as the DPCI detectives pursue several leads.

The two arrested suspects aged 26 and 32 are expected to appear in court soon.



Westville Mall – 28 November 2019


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Westville village Market
Armed Robbery In Progress
9mm handgun and 3 african males
Run out entrance towards Jalapeno Cove


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