Monthly Archives: December 2018

Sudanese Police Fire Tear Gas at Protesters

Police in Sudan's capital fired tear gas Monday at demonstrators who had planned to march to the presidential palace to call for a change in President Omar al-Bashir's government.

Witnesses say demonstrators gathered

Suspect arrested for possession of drugs in Tyutyu North, Bisho

King Williams Town Cluster Police are stopping at nothing in ensuring that the festive season runs smoothly and citizens enter the New Year safe and secure.

In a joint operation with Flying Squad,

Home Affairs Minister to visit Mamelodi hospital

Home Affairs Minister Siyabonga Cwele and Gauteng MEC for Health Dr Gwen Ramokgopa are scheduled to visit the Mamelodi Hospital in Tshwane on New Year's Day.

The aim of the visit is

Condolences for UAE following plane crash

South Africa has sent its condolences to the people of United Arab Emirates (UAE) following a helicopter crash that claimed the lives of four people in the North-Eastern region of the country.


Missing person sought by Kabega Park SAPS

Kabega Park police in Port Elizabeth is urgently seeking the community's assistance in tracing a 61 year old Westering man who is reported missing since yesterday, 30 December 2018.

According to police information,

Government engages the Khoisan community

Government has encouraged the Khoisan community to participate in shaping legislation as Parliament considers the Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Bill.

The Presidency recently engaged with a few members of the Khoisan community who