Couple in court for R4 million fraud and money laundering

WESTERN CAPE � The Cape Town Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU) in collaboration with the Hawks’ Serious Commercial Crimes Investigation on Monday secured a R2.4 million preservation order belonging to a … Read More

WHO: New Oral Treatment More Effective in Combating Multidrug-Resistant TB

GENEVA Tuberculosis has plagued humans for thousands of years and continues to do so. In advance of this year’s World TB Day, March 24, the World Health Organization is issuing … Read More

Gauteng education department calls for police visibility across school zones

The Gauteng Department of Education has called on law enforcement agencies to intensify safety precautions across all school zones.

This follows the horrific shooting of a parent outside Newclare Primary … Read More

City raising awareness of the Promotion of Access to Information Act

The City of Cape Town will be hosting an information sharing event to raise awareness of the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) and is inviting members of the … Read More

UN Calls Cyclone Idai One of Southern Hemisphere’s Worst Storms

Cyclone Idai may be one of the worst weather disasters ever recorded in the southern hemisphere, U.N. experts say, with Mozambique suffering the brunt of the storm.

Idai tore across … Read More

City online services unavailable

Some of the document upload functions on the e-Services portal are currently unavailable due to a technical issue.

You will not be able to upload/submit any of the following documents … Read More

Five suspects due to appear in court for possession of drugs

Five suspects aged between 31 and 71 are due to appear in two separate courts at Nkomazi and Evander respectively, for the alleged possession of drugs.

In the first incident, … Read More

Witnesses sought by Humansdorp Detectives

The South African Police Service appeals to community members to assist with information that may lead to the arrest of the suspect on the attached identikit. The suspect sought is … Read More