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  1. Jamie McKane

    South Africans beware - Crime surge expected during level 3 lockdown

    South Africans beware - Crime surge expected during level 3 lockdown South Africans should expect a spike in crime during COVID-19 alert level 3. This is according to two major security companies who spoke to MyBroadband regarding crime trends they had observed during the national coronavirus...
  2. Jamie McKane

    Crime scaring tourists away from South Africa

    Crime scaring tourists away from South Africa South Africa could attract double the 10 million tourists which currently visit the country every year if it wasn't for crime and service delivery protests, according to a report in the City Press. Tourism Business Council of SA CEO Tshifhiwa...
  3. Anthro

    Taxi driver shot in apparent road rage incident

    A man believed to be a bodybuilder was arrested after allegedly shooting a taxi driver and then exchanging fire with the police in Roodepoort. Police spokesperson Brigadier Mathapelo Peters said the man, 26, fled the crime scene in Honeydew, after shooting and injuring a taxi driver in an...
  4. Daruk

    CourierIT: Pretoria Armed Robbery

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  5. Newsfeed

    The next WannaCry cyber attack could cost insurers $2.5 billion

    The next WannaCry cyber attack could cost insurers $2.5 billion Cyber crime insurers largely avoided costly claims from the recent attacks that hit business around the globe. The next global virus could change that.
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    Huge increase in hijackings in South Africa

    Huge increase in hijackings in South Africa South Africa has experienced a large increase in carjackings and aggravated robbery, according to crime statistics released by the South African Police Service.
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Crime in South Africa is messing up your shopping experience

    Crime in South Africa is messing up your shopping experience Buying a new gadget should be a pleasant experience, but because of crime it has become a complicated process which leaves shoppers frustrated.
  8. RyanBrothwell

    Man dressed in loincloth robbing Hermanus cyclists at knifepoint

    A man wearing only a loincloth is attacking and robbing cyclists in the Hemel en Aarde Valley in Hermanus. One of his alleged victims captured him with a GoPro camera on Friday. He was armed with a stick and a long knife. A photo shows him wearing the watch of one of his victims around his...
  9. RyanBrothwell

    Charges dropped against child murder-accused

    Charges were withdrawn on Tuesday against two of the four people accused of burning a schoolgirl to death in Letlhabile, near Brits, North West. The State withdrew charges against Koketso Moyo and Victor Pilane in the Brits Magistrate's Court. The matter against Cynthia Mosopi and...
  10. Rouxenator

    Being dead : What rights do you have and what laws apply to you?

    While having lunch I came up with an interesting concept and I can't seem to get concrete answers on many of the points raised. The question here is what laws apply to someone that is dead and also what rights do they have? For example, if you are dead and you have no rights is it then...
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    The enhanced cop car which will help fight crime

    The enhanced cop car which will help fight crime Intel is showing off its technologically-enhanced police vehicle in Cape Town, which promises to help law enforcement agencies fight crime.
  12. A

    Man jumps into sea at Muizenberg to escape armed youths

    Man jumps into sea at Muizenberg to escape armed youths By: Jenna Etheridge, News24 2015-09-25 18:57 Cape Town – A man chased by armed youths on Muizenberg beach escaped after jumping into the icy ocean. Jean-Paul Baron, a 38-year-old teacher, had been taking a leisurely stroll along a...
  13. M

    Man in a coma after N2 stoning

    http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/man-in-a-coma-after-n2-stoning-1.1803033#.VK-lCtKUeXh
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    German police to use “Minority Report” crime-predicting software

    German police to use “Minority Report” crime-predicting software Police in Berlin are considering deploying software that predicts crimes — and have even dubbed the project “Precobs” in a nod to a term used in “Minority Report”
  15. Kevin Lancaster

    Cellphone store gang arrested

    Cellphone store gang arrested Three men were arrested in Tembisa, north east of Johannesburg, on Friday in connection with the recent spate of mall robberies in Gauteng, the Hawks said
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    Telkom Direct store hit by armed robbers

    Telkom Direct shop hit in armed robbery The Telkom Direct shop in Centurion Mall was hit by a group of 7 armed robbers this week
  17. M

    Lydiana in Pretoria - good/bad neighborhood?

    I'm looking at some places to buy and came across Lydiana, a little neighborhood I didn't really know about. It's between Lynnwood and Meierspark in the East, and prices seem really affordable. Anybody know if it's a good or bad place to buy? I couldn't really find much information on it...
  18. I

    Taxi men beat and strip woman

    http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/taxi-men-beat-and-strip-woman-1.1593722
  19. I

    ANC group hurled stones at us – Maimane

    http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/anc-group-hurled-stones-at-us-maimane-1.1592678
  20. I

    Disappontment at SA governance rating

    http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/disappontment-at-sa-governance-rating-1.1592382
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