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Lentswe, Stilfontein - Operation Vala Umgodi is a law enforcement operation in South Africa that aims to combat illegal mining activities. Last week, the Vala Umgodi team made several arrests in the war against illegal mining. On Wednesday June 5, the intelligence team visited James shaft near Stilfontein where they spotted four suspicious males carrying a bag
Brig Sabata Mokgwabone, police spokesperson, said the operational team was mobilised and they managed to arrest the suspects. Three of the suspects are Mozambican and two of them are undocumented. The fourth suspect is a South African.

Read more …Intensified operations target Zama-Zamas

Lentswe, Klerksdorp - Police in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies and more role players continue with weekly high density operations to prevent and combat crime. The operations conducted between June 3 and 9 led to the arrest of 1 278 suspects for various offences throughout the province.

Read more …Various arrests throughout NW

Lentswe, Potchefstroom - The local police request the community’s assistance in locating and identifying a man wanted for attempted rape. “On March 8 at about 15:00, a 21-year-old victim was walking in an open field, near the railway line, close to Vuselela College in Potchefstroom, when an unknown male asked to accompany her. He then grabbed her and forced her into nearby bushes, but she fought him off and managed to escape and call for help.

Read more …On the run

Lentswe, Stilfontein - Harvey Moroka (49) appeared in the Stilfontein Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday June 5 on a charge of conspiracy to commit murder. Reports revealed that in April 2024, the Klerksdorp based Hawks’ Cash-in-Transit Task Team received information about a man who was looking for a hitman to kill a person whom he allegedly had a dispute with over a family farm located in Potchefstroom.

Read more …Suspect in court for alleged conspiracy

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