Yaganathan Pillay and other killings

A parent warned his children not to look out of the window and told his wife to put the volume on the TV louder. He didn’t want them to see the horror that was unfolding in broad daylight.     These are the words of a Durban father, who described the harrowing scenes that played out… Continue reading Yaganathan Pillay and other killings

Yaganathan Pillay – Teddy Mafia (drugs)

Sources say Yaganathan Pillay, commonly known as Teddy Mafia, was shot twice in the head and died shortly after arriving at the Chatsmed hospital in Chatsworth.    Two people have also been beheaded and their bodies burnt on Taurus Street in Shallcross, south of Durban.    Senior-ranking police officers said they feared that Pillay's death could… Continue reading Yaganathan Pillay – Teddy Mafia (drugs)

Ramaphosa – SA – immigrants – illegals

Since August 2019, Gauteng’s  and other provinces streets and main routes have become the scene of widespread protests, looting and violence. In the space of a week, many streets have become like a war-zone.    Trucks also have been stopped at the borders to enter South Africa.   THIS IS NOT A NEW THING, IT IS… Continue reading Ramaphosa – SA – immigrants – illegals

Richards Bay – Operation Shaya Amapara

PARTS of Richards Bay CBD remain on lockdown amid ongoing protest action which erupted on Friday and continued Monday) and Tuesday.   There is a heavy police presence in the Taxi City vicinity of Bullion Boulevard and the road remains closed at various points.  ‘Operation Shaya Amapara’ (drug related) as it is referred to by those carrying… Continue reading Richards Bay – Operation Shaya Amapara

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… Continue reading South African Police Services – reports

Cocaine Port Elizabeth

Cocaine with a street value of R700 million was recovered off a ship in the Port of Ngquru, just outside Port Elizabeth yesterday, by the Hawks.   Big steak for  Kikki " Good work Kikki."  Dutch Shepherd Kikki who sniffed the cocaine pictured with her handler Diwan Oosthuizen and National Head of Hawks Adv Godfrey Lebeya. … Continue reading Cocaine Port Elizabeth