Members of the Angling community say safety is a major concern on the popular fishing beaches, Macassar and Monwabisi. This comes after a well-known angler and off duty police sergeant, Jacques Joubert, 38, was attacked and robbed on Thursday by two unidentified suspects. Joubert sustained two stab wounds and remains[…]
The number of cellphones impounded by traffic police in Cape Town is on the rise, says an official. Since 2012, Cape Town traffic police have impounded phones from drivers who are caught using their handsets without legal hands-free kits. And city officials on Tuesday confirmed an increase in the number[…]
The Table Mountain Safety Forum will be increasing safety on the Table Mountain chain, following a series of rapes at Rhodes Memorial involving UCT students. The Forum will be working closely with police and campus security to monitor the area as panic increases over the safety of students walking in[…]
With families expected to flock to the beaches this coming weekend as the country celebrates The Day of Goodwill, the City of Cape Town has issued a call for the public to be mindful of where the swim and how they conduct themselves at the beach, in order to ensure[…]
While the levels of certain crimes have dropped since 1994, increases in armed robbery, hijackings, sexual assault and drug related crimes have made it hard to determine if South Africa is a safer country, the South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) said on Wednesday. “That is difficult to answer,[…]
International SOS, a leading medical and travel security risk services company, is offering medical guidance to pilgrims ahead of this year’s Haj, which it says is likely to be among the hottest in the past two decades. Dr. Issam Badaoui, Medical Director at International SOS, said: “This year, pilgrims[…]
Some innovative ideas have been put on the table for improving the safety and security of mountain users in the Western Cape following a meeting between high-ranking officials. A number of people, including tourists, have recently been mugged within the Table Mountain National Park, the rest of the metro, and[…]
The five security teams and special forces consisting of 32,000 security personnel are coordinating to deal with crowds and congestion in the central zone and Grand Mosque in order to ensure the safety of worshippers and pilgrims. Security authorities are working together to cover all internal and external areas of the[…]
With a growing concern around youth in gang and drug afflicted communities during the winter school holidays, the Western Cape Government has launched a youth holiday programme aimed at ensuring pupils are exposed to recreational and educational opportunities. During a joint press briefing with other departments at the Provincial Legislature[…]
With some two million tourists expected to visit the Mother City over the 2014/2015 summer period and most of them spending time in the CBD, the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) has launched its annual campaign to make tourists aware of basic safety during their time “downtown.”. Every[…]
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