The Western Cape provincial government and the City of Cape Town are applying pressure on Police Minister Bheki Cele to make good on his commitment to crack down on extortion rackets across the city. Cele, in turn, had a go at Cape Town mayoral committee member for safety and security[…]
The police will crack down on businesses selling cigarettes in the Western Cape, Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Thursday. Speaking in Pretoria at an inter-ministerial briefing, Cele added the ban on cigarettes applied countrywide. This after the DA-led Western Cape government lifted it on Wednesday. “Cigarettes may be sold[…]
The Western Cape Community Safety MEC Albert Fritz says the Police Minister Bheki Cele will on Saturday morning meet with provincial officials in Paarl to discuss a broader crime fighting plan. Fritz says he is relieved that the Western Cape is finally getting national attention in as far as fighting[…]
Police minister Bheki Cele has given the assurance that 1000 new police recruits will be deployed in the Western Cape immediately after they have completed their training. This was one of the outcomes of a meeting with MEC for Community Safety Albert Fritz this week. It follows a spike in[…]
Police Minister Bheki Cele has responded to the deadly taxi clashes in the Hout Bay area. Cele met with stakeholders, including community members, on the Cape Peninsula following last week’s killing of five people. Two rival taxi associations have since been suspended as a result of the violence. Cele says[…]
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula said he is focussing his efforts at ensuring that all gender-based violence crimes are made easier and less traumatic to report to the police. During the launch of a gender-based violence and protection of vulnerable groups indaba on Thursday in Centurion, Mbalula conceded that there are[…]
Families of the 37 mineworkers killed in Marikana are taking on Police Minister Nathi Nhleko in court. The families, represented by the Socio-Economic Rights Institute of SA (SERI), the Legal Resources Centre (LRC) and Wits Law Clinic, filed papers at the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday morning. In a[…]
The Helen Suzman Foundation on Tuesday defended its decision to challenge the minister of police’s decision to suspend Hawks boss Anwa Dramat. “If it is believed that the objective of the HSF’s intervention primarily related to Mr Dramat’s personal position. It wasn’t. It was to insist on the rule of[…]
Suspended Hawks boss Anwa Dramat has been placed on leave following an agreement he reached with police minister Nkosinathi Nhleko, a spokesman said on Tuesday. “General Dramat and the minister agreed that the general will be on leave while they try to finalise other processes,” Nhleko’s spokesman Musa Zondi said.[…]
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko’s application for leave to appeal the overturning of Hawks boss Anwa Dramat’s suspension was dismissed by the High Court in Pretoria on Friday. “Leave to appeal is dismissed. It is ordered that the main order of January 23 shall operate and be executed in full,” Judge[…]
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