Cops arrested and sentenced for taking bribes

The Western Cape cops were sentenced to ten years.

Female nabbed for attempted murder in Laudium this past week

The 27-year-old female was among five other people nabbed during the week by the Laudium SAPS as operations continue.

Cops arrested and sentenced for taking bribes

The Western Cape cops were sentenced to ten years.

A 27-year-old female has been nabbed for attempted murder by the SAPS in Laudium in Pretoria.


Police spokesperson Sergeant Simon Chokoe said the woman was nabbed at Itireleng informal settlement. 

“It is alleged that the victim was walking from the tavern in Itireleng informal settlement when she was approached by the suspect.

The suspect allegedly took out a broken beer bottle, stabbed her twice on the upper body and the victim sustained stabbed wounds.

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“The victim managed to ran away and she was later taken to hospital for treatment.” 

A case of attempted murder was opened at Laudium SAPS for investigation. 


In a separate incident, police were visibility patrol and conducting searches around Laudium, when they spotted a man looking suspicious at Jacinth street. 

“Upon searching the suspect substance suspected to be drugs was found in his possession.” 

Chokoe said the suspect was immediately arrested for possession of substances suspected to be drugs. 

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Further operation is Laudium over the weekend also saw two illegal liquor outlets closed.

Chokoe said both were located in Itireleng informal settlement and two suspects aged between 29 and 48 years old males arrested. 

The fifth arrest was of a 61-year-old man for assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm also at the Itireleng informal settlement Laudium. 

Laudium SAPS acting station commander Captain Monde Mannequin said the South African Police Service in Laudium would continue to leave no stone unturned to ensure that communities were safe. 

Manqina applauded members of the SAPS for continuous hard.