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  • Stock thieves nabbed for murder in Swartberg

    Stock thieves nabbed for murder in Swartberg0

    Our Specialised Victim Support (SVS) platform has also been activated for the two men that were murdered – more to follow on this in due course Case UID: SVS Stage: Incident:Case Age: Time:SAPS CAS: Case: Victims:Born:Age:Sex:Nationality: Policing:Position: Sefoloko MurderStage 2 – ArrestWednesday, 16 September 20200y 0m 26d21:20:0033&37/09/2020 Gowan Lea KwaZulu-NatalMurderMr. Makatleo Veronica SefolokoMonday, 22 May

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  • An Interview with Kiki Dion who survived the attack on Trish Taylor

    An Interview with Kiki Dion who survived the attack on Trish Taylor0

    Patricia “Trish” Vause Taylor (64) who owned Threeways Getaway in Rosetta, KwaZulu Natal and Cecilia “Kiki” Dion (70), a foreigner from Canada, were watching TV when two balaclava-clad gunmen entered at the other end of the house through the bathroom window and crept down the passage, past the kitchen and into the lounge. Kiki and

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  • Feedback from the Brits Family

    Feedback from the Brits Family0

    Colin Leslie Brits (64), who was a bachelor and lived alone on Craigmillar Farm in Elandskraal, Kwazulu Natal was found in his home with a gunshot wound to the head at 16:00 on Monday the 16th of March 2020.  Colin seemed to have been ambushed and a struggle ensued. Staff heard gunshots and went to

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  • Together SA CAN Survey

    Together SA CAN Survey0

    We are conducting a survey in order to gain insight from members and supporters of Together SA CAN and it would be of great help to us if you would complete a simple anonymous questionnaire in order to aid our research. Our hope is to understand the level of awareness and perceptions that supporters have

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  • Mbongelwa Thuthukani Miya Conviction & Victimology

    Mbongelwa Thuthukani Miya Conviction & Victimology0

    The Court Cases. Why did they do it? Sentencing! David Ndlovu (22) and Thuthukami Miya’s (22) trials were separated because Miya pleaded not guilty.  Why did he do it? Trial 2 : Mbongelwa Thuthukani Miya (22) Plea: Not Guilty  Judge: Judge-President Vuka Tshabalala  Outcome: Guilty  Sentence: Life sentence, 25 years. In South Africa when a life

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  • David Ndlovu Conviction & Victimology

    David Ndlovu Conviction & Victimology0

    The Court Cases. Why did they do it? Sentencing! David Ndlovu (22) and Thuthukami Miya’s (22) trials were separated because Miya pleaded not guilty.  Why did he do it? Trial 1 : Madondo David Ndlovu (22) Plea: Guilty Judge: Life sentence, 25 years with an order that he serve the full 25 years before being considered

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