Alcohol confiscation trends ‘shaken and stirred’

The City of Cape Town is cautiously optimistic about the drop in alcohol confiscations over the festive season.

The confiscation of alcohol is one of the most crucial elements in … Read More

Alcohol confiscation trends ‘shaken and stirred’

The City of Cape Town is cautiously optimistic about the drop in alcohol confiscations over the festive season.

The confiscation of alcohol is one of the most crucial elements in … Read More

Scrap yards under scrutiny

The Rail Enforcement Unit (REU) this past week conducted 121 inspections. Read more below:

With the focus on curtailing metal theft in the rail environment, the REU conducted a series … Read More

Integrated Operation arrested two and recover firearms

The proliferation of firearms remains a priority within the SAPS and every endeavour is being made de-resource criminals and prevent the circulation of firearms which are being used to commit … Read More

Thousands Worldwide Join Women’s March

Thousands of women gathered in cities in the United States and around the world Saturday for the third annual Women’s March to demand gender equality and call attention to environmental … Read More

SAUDI ARABIA PLANS OIL REFINERY, PETROCHEMICALS PLANT IN SOUTH AFRICA

PRETORIA, Saudi Arabia plans to build an oil refinery and a petrochemicals plant in South Africa as part of $10 billion of investments in the country, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid … Read More

Worcester Cluster Fiela team arrest suspects for drugs

Worcester Cluster Fiela Team has arrested a suspect with dagga, tik straws and 16 cuts of mandrax tablets estimated at R1100 during searches that were conducted in Ashton. The suspect … Read More

City shares knowledge with University of Manchester

The City of Cape Town today hosted a group of master’s students from the University of Manchester to share knowledge on the Open Data Portal, its current Data Strategy and … Read More