In the first case, the acting provincial commissioner for KZN, Maj Gen Bheki Langa welcomed the sentences meted out to three men, who were responsible for a massacre in the Ceza area during 2016.
On October 7 at about 8:10pm, the complainant was stationary at the Mpumalanga Township, waiting for a friend when he was accosted by two armed suspects. They shot him on the arm and hip. The victim managed to exit the vehicle and he was taken to hospital for urgent medical attention.
Lt Col Zwane explained that investigations revealed that a IP address was used to encrypt data and folders by using a ‘password protected’ folder. It therefore became unreadable to the complainant.
According to police, charges of inquest, attempted murder, possession of suspected stolen property, possession of unlicensed firearm and ammunition are being investigated by Inanda SAPS. IPID has also been informed.
One of the families whose child fell victim to the suspect said the little girl is currently under going counselling following a traumatic experience.
In the first case, a 28-year-old man faced the full wrath of the law after he was sentenced to life imprisonment for a murder committed in Umlazi and an additional 12 years for an attempted murder case committed in June 2015.
The four were arrested by Hawks members from Durban Anti-Corruption Task Team following an intensive investigation on fraud and corruption activities at the Umnini SASSA Service Centre.
In July and August, 791 motorists were arrested for being under the influence of alcohol. Acting head of Metro Police, Steve Middleton said the city had increased the number of roadblocks to stem the scourge of driving under the influence of alcohol.
The victim was at her home when she was approached by the accused. The accused sent her to his house to fetch a cellphone charger. The victim went to the house which was not far away and could not locate the charger.
In the first incident, police arrested a 22-year-old suspect for alleged kidnapping and attempted murder, recently. Reports indicated that the suspect’s arrest emanated from an incident in which a 10-year-old boy was found inside a disused drain.
According to the station’s communications officer, Cpt CA Sibiya, the main aim of the operation was to prevent criminal activities, search for wanted suspects and create high police visibility in Cato manor and surrounding areas.