The Limpopo Tracking Team, Limpopo Murder, Robbery Unit, and Tshimollo Security and Investigations have successfully intercepted a stolen vehicle before it could cross the border. The suspect has been arrested after a highspeed chase, which prevented the vehicle from being smuggled into Zimbabwe via Beitbridge Port of Entry.
The Western Cape InterMinisterial Committee (IMC) on Rural Safety held a meeting on June 2, 2023, at Elsenburg, Stellenbosch, to emphasize the importance of partnership and collaboration in ensuring rural safety. Chaired by Dr. Ivan Meyer, Western Cape Minister of Agriculture, and Reagen Allen, Western Cape Minister of Police Oversight and Community Safety, the meeting focused on the collaborative efforts between the South African Police Services (SAPS), Western Cape Government (WCG), and community structures in advancing rural safety.
In recent years, the tension between ehailing operators and minibus taxi drivers has been on the rise in South Africa. This has resulted in various incidents of violent confrontations and attacks on drivers and passengers, raising concerns about the safety and security of public transport in the region.
South Africa’s youth are looking forward to a lifechanging experience at the upcoming SA Youth Opportunities Roadshow on June 2, 2023. The Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, in collaboration with the Department of Employment and Labour, National Youth Development Agency (NYDA), Youth Employment Service (YES) South Africa, and the North West Office of the Premier, is organizing the event. The roadshow will take place in Setlagole, Ratlou Local Municipality, and will feature Viola Motsumi, the MEC for the Department of Education, as a speaker.
The Minister of Water and Sanitation, Senzo Mchunu, recently held a media briefing to discuss the cholera outbreak in Hammanskraal and the efforts to address the water crisis in the region. This article provides an overview of the briefing and the actions taken by the Department and the City of Tshwane.
South African Minister of Tourism, Patricia de Lille, recently convened a meeting with various stakeholders to address safety concerns in the tourism industry. The goal of this gathering was to discuss and develop an action plan that would address existing challenges and enhance the safety of tourists visiting South Africa.
Cholera outbreaks are a common occurrence in areas with poor water quality and sanitation, and Hammanskraal is no exception. The government has acknowledged the gravity of this crisis and is taking swift action to mitigate its effects. However, a longterm solution to water supply and quality issues in the area is still being developed.