The DA has welcomed the Hawks’ arrests of three of its former councillors in connection with fraud and money laundering.
National Christian Resistance Movement leader Harry Knoesen was sentenced to two life terms for planning terrorist attacks in South Africa.
The number of instigators behind the disastrous July unrests has totalled to 50, with an additional two released on bail on Monday.
The wife had opened the gate for her husband when he arrived home but he was ambushed by two men who gunned him down and fled the scene.
The Gauteng police operation O Kae Molao uncovered a massive illegal mining plant with 14 undocumented foreign nationals.
The attorney had received the money for the child’s RAF claim but she seemingly fled when the parent started to demand it.
Cavalcante Amarante was caught with cocaine and heroin worth R870k at Cape Town International Airport in February 2022.
The man was found with a number of fake licence plates as he forms part of a gang that smuggles stolen bakkies across the border.
The Hawks arrested five suspects in connection with fraudulent activities during the ‘Winnie Mandela Museum’ project between 2008 and 2010.
The husband called his wife when he arrived home to open the gate for him and as he drove in, two men fatally shot him.
A 63-year-old woman and her 31-year-old son were arrested for possession and dealing in drugs after heroin was found at their home.
The police searched his vehicle and found a large consignment of dagga as well as more than R46 000 in cash.
A 55-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of an off-duty police officer who was at a barber shop in August.
The group from traffic departments targeted and manipulated mostly truck drivers when renewing expired licence discs.
A 38-year-old man was arrested by the Hawks after 33 000 mandrax tablets were found in his silver Mercedes-Benz.
The DA has requested an urgent Hawks investigation into alleged ‘large-scale fraud’ at the South African Post Office.
An ex-Red Cross Hospital employee and a service provider were sentenced to 10 years behind bars for fraud earlier this week.
Khuliso Ravele reportedly demanded a R300 bribe from a foreign national who needed her passport to be stamped.
Two of the suspects have been on the run since they were granted R5000 bail. The third suspect evaded the Hawks’ undercover operation in 2018.
The ‘Apostle’ even went on a community radio station, purporting that he has powers to heal people but instead raped his victims.
A bogus NIA agent threatened the Mhlathuze Water Board chairperson to stop probing the irregular appointment of a service provider.
The Hawks stopped the suspect’s vehicle after receiving a tip-off and found 20 000 mandrax tablets in a bag inside it
The man excitedly went to meet with a woman purporting to be his girlfriend but instead met up with a group of six people who swindled him.