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Posts published in “Day: May 30, 2022

Suspect appears in court for at least 8 bank robberies in Cape Town

WESTERN CAPE –Sinako Magi (32), who has been connected to a spate of eight (8) bank robberies across Cape Town briefly appeared in the Bellville Magistrates Court today, 30 May 2022.This comes after his arrest by the members of the Hawks’ National Prio...

Missing person sought by Chatsworth FCS Unit

DURBAN – The Chatsworth Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit is making an appeal to the members of the community for assistance regarding a missing teenager, Katlen Tamia Moodley (17).Her mother last saw her on 24 May 2022, when s...

Anti-bullying campaign held at Concordia Primary School

On Monday, 30 May 2022 the Springbok Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences (FCS) unit in partnership with different Government Departments and stakeholders within the Namakwa District held an anti-bullying awareness campaign at the Conc...

UPDATE: Hawks officers and a traditional healer appear in court

The three suspects, two officers from the DPCI National Headquarters and a traditional healer appeared in court today on charges ranging from theft, dealing in ammunition, defeating the ends of justice, illegal possession of ammunition and possession o...

Good progress with new transport facility for Somerset West CBD

The City of Cape Town is making good progress with the construction of the new public transport interchange (PTI) in Somerset West. The City is spending approximately R65 million on this project, the biggest investment in the central business district ...

Accused sentenced for the rape of a minor

The Odendaalsrus Regional Court sentenced Itumeleng Samuel Tolo (32) for raping a minor at K6 section of Kutloanong on Saturday, 11 September 2021 at about 19:00.A 10-year-old girl was playing with her friends on the street when a man known to her as h...

Damaged footways at Mitchells Plain PTI repaired

The City’s Road Infrastructure Management Department will commence with the maintenance of footways in and around the Mitchells Plain Public Transport Interchange (PTI) on 6 June, if all goes as planned.The area consists of about 2 300m² where the stol...

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