CAPE TOWN - Members of the police's Anti-Gang Unit have arrested one of the Western Cape's most wanted gang members.
The 26-year-old was nabbed at an estate in Paarl last night.
The suspect is wanted in connection with a series of serious violent crimes, some dating back to a year ago.
More at: https://ewn.co.za/2019/02/01/anti-gang-unit-members-arrest-4-suspects-seize-firearms-drugs-in-bishop-lavisCAPE TOWN - Another success for the Anti-Gang Unit in Cape Town in an operation in Bishop Lavis.
Bishop Lavis, as well its neighbouring communities Valhalla Park and Bonteheuwel, has seen a spike in gang-related shootings since December.
In January, Police Minister Bheki Cele said he would review the deployment of Anti-Gang Unit members in areas where it’s needed most.
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More at : https://www.groundup.org.za/article/police-chalk-arrests-anti-gang-units/On Wednesday, Minister of Police Bheki Cele, National Commissioner Lieutenant General Kehla Sitole and Major General Leon Rabie reported to Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Police on progress made by the anti-gang unit since its formation in November last year .
Rabie said the anti-gang unit was a national approach to curb gangsterism in hotspots across the country with a special focus on the Western Cape, Gauteng and the Eastern Cape. He said SAPS would create anti-gang units in all nine provinces by 2021. Currently, the Western Cape is the only province with a fully fledged unit; other provinces still operate with task teams.