Numsa calls on Saps to pay 10111 workers more

2017-07-22 16:12

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has called on Saps to ensure that 10 111 call centre workers were fairly remunerated.

IPID, KZN police must answer to Moerane commission - Parliament

2017-07-20 17:19

Parliament's police portfolio committee has instructed the SAPS and IPID in KwaZulu-Natal to respond to claims that police officers have been involved in politically-motivated killings.

Police officers deployed to 10111 centres due to strike

2017-07-18 21:51

The SAPS says 10111 emergency call centres will operate as normal when an estimated 5 000 call centre operators go on strike.

Vehicles overturned, windows smashed in Hout Bay protest

2017-07-03 10:41

Vehicles have been overturned, windows smashed and temporary food trucks destroyed, as Hout Bay protests enter the third day, Cape Town authorities say.

Big drop in cop killings, but SA still relatively dangerous for cops

2017-06-28 13:02

South Africa remains a relatively dangerous country in which to serve as a police officer despite a 52% drop in the rate of cop killings over the past decade, the SA Institute of Race Relations has found.

Struggling IPID's budget less than Nkandla upgrades cost

2017-06-28 07:25

The investigative unit tasked with probing instances of police misconduct has a budget less than the cost of security upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead.

Police still waiting for acting intelligence boss's top secret certificate

2017-06-27 16:39

Acting national police commissioner Lesetja Mothiba says the police have not yet received a copy of the top secret clearance certificate for new acting crime intelligence head General Pat Mokushane.

Families get court orders for autopsies amid Gauteng mortuary crisis

2017-06-18 19:12

Desperate families have turned to courts to secure autopsies for their loved ones so their bodies can be released for burial, amid a “go slow” strike by Gauteng forensic services members.

Cops and private security in unholy alliance

2017-06-18 06:01

Residents up in arms as collaboration goes awry, with ‘racist’ private guards taking on police roles.

The public supports criminals – deputy police minister

2017-06-16 22:45

Deputy police minister Bongani Mkongi has said South Africans complicate the work of police officials by buying stolen property.


Mbalula promises to send 'men in berets' to Springs

2017-07-20 20:51

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has vowed to send the tactical response team to reduce crime in Springs.

Union to brief media on 10111 call centre strike

2017-07-20 04:59

Police union SAPU is expected to address the media on Thursday about the countrywide 10111 call centre workers' strike.

Cop filmed in scuffle acted lawfully - commander

2017-07-08 05:56

A Cape Town cop, investigated by police management following an altercation with a woman in the charge office, has been found to have acted lawfully and correctly.

Rogue cop a suspect in airport heist

2017-07-02 06:00

A dossier compiled by crime intelligence alleges that there is evidence placing one of the unit’s agents, who wasn’t arrested for the airport heist, at the scene.

Cop shot in the face during police station shootout

2017-06-28 10:16

A brazen gunman has opened fire in a Cape Town police station in the early hours of the morning, hitting a sergeant in the face.

Northern Cape police clerks found guilty of defrauding SAPS

2017-06-27 20:53

Two clerks attached to the public order police unit have been found guilty of defrauding the SA Police Service, the Northern Cape Hawks say.

Zuma opens new police station in Lusikisiki

2017-06-24 15:57

President Jacob Zuma rounded off a fraught week with a visit to Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape on Saturday to give the community a chance to tell him what is bothering them.

Police spooks threaten to strike

2017-06-18 06:03

Turmoil is brewing within the police’s crime intelligence unit, with operatives threatening to go on strike or disobey new acting head Major General Patrick Mokushane’s orders.

Two police officers found dead in the Free State

2017-06-17 20:20

The bodies of two police officers have been found in Thaba Nchu in the Free State.

Police defend controversial protest law in court

2017-06-16 14:46

On Wednesday in the Western Cape High Court, the Social Justice Coalition (SJC) argued that the Regulation of Gatherings Act was being used to criminalise the democratic right to protest.

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