Albert Fritz

Nine arrested in violent protests across Cape Town

The member of the executive council for community safety in the Western Cape province Albert Fritz has welcomed the arrest of nine people allegedly involved in violent protests which have taken place across Cape Town during the week. In a statement on Friday, Fritz confirmed the arrests were made on[…]

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Muizenberg SAPS condemned for ‘unacceptable behaviour’

The Muizenberg SAPS is under fire after allegations of bad behaviour. Members of the public have reported police officers to the Western Cape Police Ombudsman (WCPO) and an investigation is underway. The MEC of Community Safety, Albert Fritz, wrote to the office of the WCPO, noting reported incidents of police[…]

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WC Com Safety MEC condemns bail granted to alleged hitman

The Western Cape MEC for Community Safety, Albert Fritz has written to the National Prosecuting Authority to inquire about the release on bail of an alleged hit-man last week. The twenty-year-old suspect was released on a one-thousand-five-hundred-rand bail after he allegedly shot and killed a nineteen-year-old man in a gang-related[…]

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MEC Fritz lends a helping hand in the fight against poaching

The Minister of Community Safety, Albert Fritz, confirms receipt of the report on the ‘Complaint of Poor Response’ and the poaching of abalone from Western Cape Ombudsman, Mr JJ Brand. These plaguing problems are in Gansbaai, Kleinmond, Hermanus and Stanford areas. With the submission of this report, Brand seeks to[…]

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Minister Fritz heeds a call for heightened safety on Ubers

The Minister of Community Safety, Albert Fritz, has called for heightened safety measures for transport services like Uber and Bolt, in Nyanga. Fritz further called on community members to report known criminals in aims to make the communities safer. “We cannot allow the booming e-hailing industry to be put under[…]

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