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recruits 10 000 police officers

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Bheki Cele recruits 10 000 police officers

By: Natasha Archary Image | @SAPoliceService /Twitter Police Minister Bheki Cele has recruited 10,000 police officers to ensure the streets are "sanitized" from crime this festive season and beyond. Cele announced on Sunday, 10 December that the new recruits will officially join the South African Police Service (SAPS) on Friday, 15 December after completing their recruitment programmed, Project 10K. Point of View with Phemelo Motene spoke to Police National Spokesperson, […]

today12/12/2023

7 000 people murdered

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Almost 7 000 people murdered in SA over 3-months

By: Natasha Archary Image: Adobe Stock Almost 7 000 people were murdered in South Africa between July and September 2023, a decrease of just 0.8%. Although the number is slightly lower than the same period from the previous year, the latest crime statistics painted a bleak picture for contact crimes in the country. This includes contact crimes, sexual assault, hijackings and robberies at residential and non-residential premises. Police Minister Bheki […]

today17/11/2023

National Safer Festive Season Operations

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Bheki Cele says police don’t know weekends, as they are always fighting crime

By: Natasha Archary Image: SAPS National Spokesperson Athlenda Mathe Twitter Police Minister Bheki Cele said police don't know weekends, as they are always working and fighting crime. The Minister was speaking at a media briefing on Monday, 16 October, where he warned South Africans about the high crime days. "Police don't get weekends off now. Station commanders don't know anything called weekends. Many of them have outstanding cases on murder, […]

today19/10/2023

National Safer Festive Season Operations

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SAPS launches National Safer Festive Season Operations

By: Natasha Archary Image: SAPS National Spokesperson Athlenda Mathe Twitter The National Safer Festive Season Operations have been rolled out, with the South African Police Service (SAPS) already hitting the ground running in the Western Cape. On Monday, 16 October police in the province seized R75 million worth of counterfeit goods and R200 000 in cash from a shopping centre in Belville, Cape Town. The raid was part of the […]

today17/10/2023

2000 arrests

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SAPS make 100 000 arrests with Operation Shanela

By: Natasha Archary Image: Tima Miroshnichenko Pexels The South African Police Service (SAPS) have made 100 000 arrests with Operation Shanela, since May 2023. National Police Commisioner, General Fannie Masemola said the high-density operation, "Operation Shanela", is making strides and progress in the fight against crime. To date, 109 540 arrests have been made, with more than 9 500 suspects being arrested in the past week alone. Masemola said the […]

today25/08/2023

SANDF deployed

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SANDF deployed for BRICS Summit

By: Natasha Archary Image: SANDF Twitter Minister of Police, Bheki Cele has deployed the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) and a special police task force to protect delegates of the 15th BRICS Summit taking place in Sandton from 22 to 24 August. Cele, and National Police Commissioner, Fannie Masemola, addressed the forces who will be deployed for the Summit on Monday, 21 August, at Innes Free Park, Sandton. The […]

today22/08/2023

NEWS

Sexual offences and murder drop in 1st Quarter

By: Natasha Archary Image: Kindel Media Pexels Sexual offences and murder rates have dropped in South Africa in the 1st Quarter, but Police Minister Bheki Cele said this isn't cause for celebration. Cele delivered the latest crime statistics for the country on Friday, 18 August in Pretoria, noting a decrease in murder, property related and contact crimes between April and June 2023. However, the Police Minister said that while the […]

today18/08/2023

blue-light bullies

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Cele grilled about N1 VIP Protection Unit assault

By: Natasha Archary Facing Parliament's Police Portfolio Committee on Wednesday, 16 August, Police Minister Bheki Cele was grilled about the shocking VIP Protection Unit assault which took place in his absence last month. Cele, who finally broke his silence about the incident which sparked mass public outrage, says he was abroad at the time, but affirmed that National Police Commissioner, General Fannie Masemola, and Deputy President Paul Mashatile, said everything […]

today17/08/2023

flush zama zamas out

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Cele promises Riverlea specialized units will flush zama zamas out

By: Natasha Archary Image: SAPS Twitter Police Minister Bheki Cele has promised the community of Riverlea that specialized units will flush zama zamas out of the area within 24-hours. The Minister visited Riverlea on Monday, 31 July, after residents barricaded roads in protests following the discovery of 5 bodies from weekend shootouts between zama zamas. Cele told residents to hold him to his word that illegal miners in the area […]

today01/08/2023

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