The corruption among traffic officers in the region, especially along the R40, is still on the top of the Hazyview Chamber of Business and Tourism’s list of problem topics.
A couple of foreign tourists were held at gunpoint and robbed at a local lodge last Saturday.
Two employees of a well-known family restaurant have been arrested in connection with a robbery last week.
A man was arrested in Mariti on Tuesday night after police found unlicensed firearms, ammunition and explosives in his possession.
Many people are caught unawares by scammers and robbers during shopping trips as they expect to be safe at shopping centres.
Two men suspected of stealing diesel were granted bail in the Masoyi Periodical Court yesterday.
Police are searching for a man who might be able to shed some light on the events leading to the death of a 14-month-old baby boy in Mshadza Trust on June 1.
Two alleged rapists appeared in the Acornhoek Magistrate’s Court after they were arrested for two seperate incidents in various areas of Acornhoek.
There has been an increase in petty crimes during the past month, and police and security outfits are working hard to curb this. Residents are urged to also make an effort to safeguard their homes to make them less attractive to criminals.
Mnr Wikus Kotzé het gistermiddag laat ‘n aanval probeer afweer en in die proses ‘n inbreker gedood toe laasgenoemde vanuit Kotzé se plaasskuur op hom toegeslaan het.
Does Hazyview have enough SAPS men and women in the field?