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Police rid communities of unlicensed firearms

CAPE TOWN – Efforts to rid our communities from unlicensed firearms landed a 32-year-old suspect behind bars when he was caught with a 9mm pistol with no serial number in Lugmag Street Factreton on Saturday, 30 October 2021 at about 10:10.A joint polic…

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Police hunt for triple murder suspects: Kwazakele

GQEBERHA – The Acting District Commissioner, Brigadier Thandiswa Kupiso has immediately ordered that the 72-hour activation plan be implemented for the arrests of the suspects involved in an apparent hit murder of three people in Kwazakele yesterday af…

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Help Navalsig Police locate missing boy

BLOEMFONTEIN – Earlier today, a family member, from Gruis Femina Court in Hilton near Bloemfontein, arrived at Navalsig Police Station to report a missing person. According to the family member, her 12-year-old nephew, Clayton Alexadre Williams is miss…

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High voter turnout for special votes

At least 80% of voters who had applied for special votes cast their ballot at their voting stations over the weekend.This is according to the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) chairperson, Glen Mashinini, who was briefing the media on the eve …

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Local government is in your hands

Parliament has urged all eligible and registered South Africans to honour those who fought for the right to vote by participating in the Local Government Elections on Monday.At least 26 million South Africans are registered to vote in the elections ,wh…

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