NATIONAL Police Minister Bheki Cele has bemoaned the killing of police and called for better tactical response training for officers to protect themselves in the line of duty. On Saturday, Cele delivered the eulogy at the joint funeral service of the two slain North West police officers whose charred remains were[…]
Police Minister Bheki Cele says the continuous killing of police officers will not be tolerated. He says seven police officers were killed in KZN and the Western Cape in the past 15 days. He’s addressed a memorial service of two police officers, Sergeant Mnakwazo Mdoko and Constable Mninawa Breafast, who[…]
Authorities cannot turn a blind eye to the attacks on police. So says Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) spokesperson, Richard Mamabolo in the wake of a series of attacks on police officials, which it believes has become “a perturbing trend cannot be left unattended.” There is outright condemnation[…]
Following a shocking spate of police killings in recent months, a number of Western Cape cabinet ministers and senior police officials held a high level meeting to discuss solutions to the issue. The meeting, which was called by Premier Helen Zille, was attended by provincial police commissioner, Arno Lamoer, and[…]
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