Road Safety Highlights
Five suspects arrested for the possession of prohibited and unlicensed firearms and ammunition, and possession of a hijacked motor vehicle Today at 09:10 members of the Western Cape Flying Squad managed to arrest five suspects, aged between 24 and 32, who were caught with four firearms on the N2 opposite
Almost 80 percent of motorists believe removing unroadworthy vehicles from South African roads will make roads safer. And, 58% of respondents of the Automobile Association’s (AA) ‘Safer Roads in SA’ survey, say harsher punishments for all road offenders will also reduce fatality statistics.
On Friday, 8 December 2017, at approximately 13:30, an Ethekwini Inner South Cluster Intelligence driven operation, together with Ethekwini Inner South Crime Combatting Unit (CCU) successfully nabbed a 30-year-old suspect after he was found in possession of drugs to the street value of R24, 180 in the
Members from the South African Police Service National Investigation Unit (NINU) and the Flying Squad, acting on intelligence, arrested two suspects and recovered firearms and a hijacked vehicle on the N3 highway in Johannesburg. The National Investigation Unit received intelligence that a group of
225 Litres of stolen diesel, as well as a Nissan Hardbody bakkie that was used in the theft, was recovered by members of Reaction Unit South Africa following a high-speed chase last night (Saturday). At approximately 20:10 members of Reaction Officers received a tip-off regarding the theft of diesel.
Gautemg: Collaboration between the police and the community led to the recovery of an AK47 rifle, four magazines and 260 rounds of live ammunition. Three suspects aged between 22 and 28 were arrested. In a separate incident, police arrested five suspects in Alberton last night after they were found