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PosOnderwerp: Sokker is verby en misdaad is weer klopdisselboom aan die gang   Mon Jul 12, 2010 12:03 pm

Fake cops grab cash, car
2010-07-12
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Four men were arrested after entering a Vanderbijlpark home by pretending to be policemen and holding up the owner, Gauteng police said on Thursday.

Captain Noxolo Kweza said the four men were part of a group of ten who robbed a Vanderbijlpark man in his home on Monday.

Dressed in police uniforms, they got into the man's home and when he asked them for further identification, they pointed firearms at him and held him up.

They demanded that he show them the safe and took R2000. They also took his Chrysler Voyager.

Investigations led police to Katlehong where they arrested four of the men, recovered the car and seized four firearms.

They also seized police boots, reflector jackets and an SA National Defence Force uniform.
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PosOnderwerp: Re: Sokker is verby en misdaad is weer klopdisselboom aan die gang   Mon Jul 12, 2010 3:03 pm

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Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe has urged the remaining accused in the parliamentary travel fraud saga to seriously consider plea agreements.

The three - travel agents Soraya Beukes, Mpho Lebeleo and Graham Geduldt - appeared briefly before him on Monday.

Prosecutor Razia Valli-Omar told him the state was ready to go ahead with a trial on October 11 if nothing materialised from plea negotiations.

When counsel for Beukes and Lebelo said they were consulting their clients on a plea agreement, Hlophe urged them to seriously consider the agreements "so we can get rid of this matter once and for all".

Geduldt's advocate, William Fisher, said his client was doing just that, and that he had told Geduldt there had to be some clarity on the matter before the next court appearance, on August 13.

Valli-Omar said the sentences being offered by the state were favourable to the three, because the state would not insist that minimum sentences be imposed.

A fourth former travel agency boss, Estelle Aggujaro, entered a plea agreement in May.

She received a sentence of three years of correctional supervision, plus seven years' jail conditionally suspended for five years.

The travel agents are accused of using vouchers meant only for air travel to pay for MPs' accommodation and car rentals.

Most of the benefit of the fraud went to MPs, some 30 of whom have already entered into plea agreements. - Sapa
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PosOnderwerp: Re: Sokker is verby en misdaad is weer klopdisselboom aan die gang   Tue Jul 13, 2010 6:21 am

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THE bomb squad is currently trying to defuse a situation after an apparent robbery at the Fruit and Veg City at the Fig Tree centre in Port Elizabeth.


A staff member this morning (July 12) noticed a safe had been blown open. He discovered other explosives had been planted there which had not been detonated. The staff member contacted the police, who brought in the bomb unit, who are still investigating the matter.

Police said it appeared numerous suspects had gained access to the building through the roof and had then gained accessed a safe, taking an undisclosed amount of money from the scene and fleeing.




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PosOnderwerp: Criminals cashing in on 'xenophobia'   Tue Jul 13, 2010 10:16 am


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Armed police secure a spaza shop belonging to a foreigner in Khayelitsha. Dozens of shops, most of them belonging to Somalians have been closed after sporadic attacks at the weekend. (Edrea Cloete, Die Burger)

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Cape Town - Police and troops remained out in force in Western Cape townships on Monday night after an outbreak of violence at the weekend in which foreigners were targeted.

They had been ordered to take "harsh" action to stamp out anti-foreigner threats after immigrants fearing violence sought refuge in several police stations.

Police spokesperson Frederick van Wyk said there were "sporadic incidents of looting" on Sunday night at shops belonging to foreigners on the Cape Flats, and in Wellington, Paarl, Franschhoek and Klapmuts.

The situation had returned to normal on Monday.

Van Wyk said no incidents were reported during the day.

President Jacob Zuma said on Monday that threats of an outbreak of xenophobic violence were still rumours.

"I'm not certain whether there have been threats of xenophobia. I know that there have been rumours that have been reported," he told journalists in Sandton.

"There have been reports, which we don't know the source of yet, that in fact there will be xenophobia attacks after 2010 (World Cup).

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"We are not necessarily failing to do our duty to ensure that it does not happen, but let us just make a distinction between a rumour and a real concrete report with a clear source of information."

"Government is on top of that situation and I'm sure people should not have fears because we are there as government to look at the security of people and, indeed, we are ready to deal with the situation of that nature."

Zuma said it was unlikely that South Africans would welcome World Cup visitors on the one hand and threaten foreigners on the other.

Earlier on Monday Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa and his defence colleague Lindiwe Sisulu flew down to the province from Pretoria to get first-hand reports from senior law enforcement officers.

Mthethwa's spokesperson, Zweli Mnisi, said it had been discovered that criminals were using xenophobia as an excuse to create "anarchy and anxiety".

"Any criminality disguised as xenophobia won't be tolerated," he said.

Sisulu said in a statement the army would do all it could to help the police and vowed that anybody who targeted foreigners would be "dealt with".

Fear and crime

"Opportunistic criminals must know that we will deal with them harshly, there is no way we will allow them to spread fear and crime."

Spokesperson for provincial disaster management Daniella Ebenezer said 70 foreigners had sought refuge on Sunday night at the Mbekweni police station in Paarl and 22 at Wellington.

There were smaller numbers at police stations in Franschhoek and on the Cape Flats.

She said there were "sporadic" attacks on shops on Saturday in the region, and "some incidents of looting" on Sunday.

No-one had been seriously injured.

She said according to reports from police, spaza shops and containers used as shops were "damaged" in Mbekweni, Paarl East, Wellington and Nyanga on Sunday.

"Provincial and local government are on standby to provide humanitarian support, should this be required," Ebenezer said.
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PosOnderwerp: 'Eskom contractors' target Orange Grove    Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:05 pm


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Robbers posing as Eskom-appointed compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL) installers were robbing houses in Orange Grove in Johannesburg, police said on Tuesday.

"We have had a few cases in a short period of time where people go around posing as Eskom contractors to gain access to houses," said police spokesman Sergeant Bongi Mdletshe.

In the last incident, last week Wednesday, two men gained access to a house and stole electrical equipment.

"No firearms were used and no one was injured," said Mdletshe.

No arrests had been made.

The installers usually exchange old bulbs for the newer, energy-saving ones. The crimes have prompted Eskom to suspend all door-to-door CFL roll-out initiatives.
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"One incident is serious enough for us to investigate it and make sure that it does not happen again," said Eskom spokesman Andrew Etzinger.

The power utility appealed to residents not to allow entry to anyone posing as Eskom CFL installers.

The company was still continuing rolling-out of energy-saving CFLs, and said anybody who wished to participate could swap their old light bulbs at selected exchange points. - Sapa
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PosOnderwerp: Re: Sokker is verby en misdaad is weer klopdisselboom aan die gang   Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:34 pm

Student 'killed for drinking money'
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A student was robbed and killed by his drinking companions after they ran out of money, the Pietermaritzburg High Court heard on Tuesday.

Zamokuhle Ncalwane, 27, Thamsanqa Mchunu, 26, and Simanga Ngcobo, 24, were accused of robbing and killing Lindani Khumalo, 29, in October 2008.

Eric Mhlungu told the court that after the trio bludgeoned and badly injured Khumalo, they put him into the boot of his Opel Corsa.

They then ordered Mhlungu to drive to the Umzunduzi River which flows through Pietermaritzburg.

Ncalwane, Mchunu and Ngcobo then threw Khumalo into the river.

Although badly injured, Khumalo managed to get to the side. The three pulled him from the water but instead of saving him, they continued to assault him.
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Mhlungu told the court that Khumalo had stretched out his hands and they pulled him to the side. Khumalo lay on his back at the side of the river and while still prostrate Ncalwane battered his head several times with a knobkierie.

Ngcobo took over the cudgel and also hit Khumalo's head several times.

"Khumalo did not seem to have any strength left," Mhlungu said.

Mchunu then went to the car, fetched a brandy bottle, broke it and then made stabbing motions with the broken bottle.

Khumalo's body was found in the water two days after he left his home on a Friday evening.

He died of head and body wounds. The accused had pleaded not guilty to the murder and aggravated robbery charges. The trial would continue on Wednesday. - Sapa
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PosOnderwerp: Re: Sokker is verby en misdaad is weer klopdisselboom aan die gang   Sat Jul 17, 2010 9:28 am

ATM bombed in supermarket
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Johannesburg - A group of armed men held up staff and blasted open an ATM at a supermarket in Springs on Friday, Gauteng police said.

"The men made the shop staff and customers lie down while they stole money from the tills and bombed the FNB ATM," said spokesperson Captain Johannes Ramphora.

The group, estimated to be in their twenties, robbed the Buyrite Supermarket at about 20:00. No one was hurt, but the shop's property, including counters, tills, windows and stock were "extremely damaged".

"We have arrested no suspects and have no leads yet, but we know that the getaway car they used is a white, C-Class Mercedes Benz."

Ramphora did not know how much money was taken from the tills or the ATM.

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