14.8.2020 03:11 pm
They took his cellphone and an undisclosed amount of cash at gunpoint before fleeing on foot.
A shop owner was attacked and assaulted by two young men after having told them to stop selling cigarettes at his premises in Kagiso.
Langlaagte police stopped and searched a man suspected of selling cigarettes and found explosives in a plastic bag instead.
The five suspects were declared dead at the scene after a shootout with the police.
She has suffered repeated sexual assaults and is forced to live with the perpetrator, but this is unfortunately not an isolated incident. Another mother has been exposed for accepting a case of beer to drop charges against her daughter’s rapist.
In a separate incident on Tuesday, five suspects were fatally wounded following a shootout with police in KwaZulu-Natal.
A 54-year-old hardware store owner is in a critical condition after he was shot during an attempted robbery at a shopping centre in the east of Pretoria on Wednesday.
A total of 2 290 packets of cigarettes and tobacco products with an estimated value of R1.1 million, as well as R82 580, were ‘found abandoned at an address’.
Last Wednesday, a massive shootout broke out at the Tshwane district hospital gate which left one suspect dead and three police officers wounded.
Despite lockdown prohibiting evictions and calling for alternative accommodation to be provided, housing MMC Mlungisi Mabaso said those who invaded housing units at Fleurhof are breaking the law, and will be dealt with.
KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Colonel Thembeka Mbhele said police officers noticed a suspicious-looking vehicle that sped off when the occupants noticed them.
A task team was agreed upon to unpack the strategy and do a strategic analysis of resources required, the two organisations said.
A manhunt has been launched and it is not known at this stage whether there were one or more suspects involved in the murder.
A group of ‘lawless individuals’ held an after-tears party following a funeral where they partook in activities such as vehicle wheel-spinning and firing gunshots randomly.
The man had been wanted for two years, since he allegedly defrauded the 70-year-old woman of her late husband’s estate.
The suspects are expected to appear in the Mmabatho Magistrate’s Court soon facing charges of murder, hijacking and robbery with aggravating circumstances.