Monthly Archive: May, 2019

Two alleged shoplifters caught with R15k stolen clothes in JBay    

Two suspects, a man were arrested for allegedly having around R15 000 worth of clothing in their possession in Jeffreys Bay yesterday afternoon.  The pair were in a rented car driving suspiciously around… Continue reading

Man arrested for stealing inside cop station

Alert Storms River police arrested a 32 year-old man allegedly in the act of stealing inside the local cop station earlier today. After scaling a boundary wall and forcing a window open, the… Continue reading

Incoming SA Cabinet vows to bring change

On 9 May 1994, 25 years ago,  the late struggle stalwart Albertina Sisulu rose from her seat in the first democratic sitting of Parliament to nominate former statesman Nelson Mandela as President of… Continue reading

Oyster Bay man arrested for possession of R11000+ drugs

 The SAPS seized illicit drugs with an estimated street value of R11 535 in Mzamowethu in Oyster Bay and arrested a local man there today.  The raid happened at 1 am this morning… Continue reading

Near naked body found on Humansdorp farm

Two men on a fishing trip had a most grisly find on Saturday when they found a partially naked body in an advanced stage of decomposition at Huisklip farm Humansdorp area. The SAPS… Continue reading

Fleeing suspect shot in behind

A man, who allegedly attacked a woman SAPS officer outside the Humansdorp Magistrates Court on Wednesday this week, was shot in the behind while fleeing the scene. The 24 year-old man currently under… Continue reading

Man with stolen diesel arrested by Humansdorp cops

  A 40 year-old man was arrested in the early hours of yesterday morning, 4 May, for being in possession of suspected stolen diesel worth R3300. The suspect could not account why he… Continue reading

Suspect arrested for murder of Humansdorp cop

  The National Commissioner of Police, General Khehla John Sitole, has welcomed the arrest of a young man following the killing of an off-duty police officer in Humansdorp.   Yesterday, 1 May 2019,… Continue reading