Cele concerned about rate of rapes, women and children abuse in EC
The minister addressed police officers in Port Elizabeth on Monday as part of his safer festive season inspection tour across the country.
Two suspects arrested in connection with Lavender Hill boy (5) murder
Valentino Grootetjie was shot and killed in Dury Court, in his backyard on Saturday.
No resting on Christmas for SANDF members in gang-ridden CT areas
They've been deployed in 10 gang-plagued neighbourhoods since July with a mandate of assisting police in crime-fighting operations.
CT Tourism Law Enforcement Unit receives e-bikes to help fight crime
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde and Mayco member for safety JP Smith handed the Tourism Law Enforcement Unit electric bicycles on Monday.
90,000 litres of water delivered to drought-stricken Karoo
Ninety thousand litres of water has been sent to replenish water reservoirs in Ladismith and Zoar, areas severely affected by the ongoing drought.
Consumers warned not to overspend over Christmas holidays
Consumers will brave long queues to buy gifts for family and friends, but pay the price for spending, later on.
Trucks bring in 90,000 litres of water to drought-stricken Karoo
The water was sent to replenish water reservoirs in Ladismith and Zoar, areas severely affected by the ongoing drought over the past few days.
‘We are not safe in SA’: Foreign nationals say they’re living in fear
On Wednesday, hundreds of refugees demonstrated in the Cape Town CBD to highlight concerns for their safety.
Foreign nationals demand action from UNHRC to help them leave SA
Hundreds of refugees protested in Cape Town today, to raise a number of concerns including safety, infringement of their rights and to also show support for those who had been illegally arrested and were in prison.
Untu calls for better crime intelligence to arrest CT train arsonists
The union joined with lobby group #UniteBehind to call out Prasa for failing to pro-actively deal with the situation.
Refugees living at CT church back in court in January 2020
Six hundred foreign nationals are living on the pavement, after city told court it can’t offer alternative accommodation following xenophobic attacks.
Court hears CoCT has no accommodation for 600 foreign nationals living at church
The City of Cape Town, the Department of Home Affairs and the South African Police Service were represented in the High Court on Friday.
Alleged CT train arsonists acted on orders of third force - Untu
Transport union Untu believes that the two teenagers accused of a devastating arson attack at Cape Town station acted on the orders of a third force.
WC govt partners with community members on EMS safety programme
This year there were more than 20 attacks on paramedics in the province, which was down compared to the 61 incidents recorded last year.
2 teens arrested for Cape Town station fire
A fire was started during the early hours on 28 November and caused the temporary shutdown of the station.
Govt officials and foreign nationals to meet again in CT on Thursday
On Tuesday, they met to discuss their options for alternative accommodation with municipal officials, home affairs officials and the police.
Security companies offer safety tips amid load shedding
Director of Excellerate Services Security Gary Tintinger said there had been a spike in reported criminal incidents over the last few days.
Foreign nationals in CT: Namibia is no longer an option for us
On Western Cape High Court heard the City’s application for an urgent interdict against foreign nationals living in and around the church.