SOUTH AFRICA South Africa: O Kae Molao Continues to Record Successes 2 weeks ago Iwo Bulski Post Views: 39 Gauteng SAPS’s much-vaunted Operation O Kae Molao continues to make significant strides in the fight against crime in the province. Over the weekend, in various operations led by Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Elias Mawela, over 1 000 suspects were arrested. In a statement, provincial spokesperson Colonel Dimakatso Sello said: “[In Tembisa], an operation resulted in the arrest of 274 people and confiscation of alcohol, drugs and five vehicles of which their engines were tempered with and one of them was a suspected hijacked vehicle. Traffic fines to the value of R12 650 were also issued for non-compliance of the Road Traffic Management Act”. Meanwhile, police in Johannesburg District nabbed 202 suspects for various crimes including assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, rape, possession of an unlicensed firearm, carjacking, murder and robbery. In the Sedibeng District a suspect trace was conducted in support of Operation O Kae Molao. Thirty-five suspects were arrested for murder, armed robbery, rape, sexual offences and housebreaking. The West Rand District together with other law enforcement agencies also conducted weekend operations. “During the operation a total of 145 suspects were arrested for different crimes ranging from possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunitions, possession of hijacked motor vehicle, possession of drugs, possession of suspected stolen property, possession of dangerous weapon, possession of copper cable, assault with intention to cause grievous bodily harm, armed robbery, common robbery, malicious damage to property and illegal mining,” – she said. Over 600 suspects were arrested. Among the arrested were five undocumented persons. Several liquor outlets were closed. Traffic fines to the value of R70 000 were issued and illegal gambling machines were confiscated. All arrested suspects are expected to appear before various Magistrates’ Court soon. Lieutenant General Mawela applauded all the stakeholders involved for their efforts and continued commitment in ensuring that criminal activities are minimised in the province. The community has been encouraged to report any forms of criminal activities at their nearest police stations or contact the Crime Stop number 08600 10111. Source: allafrica.com Iwo BulskiIssues related to the gambling business is engaged in more than 30 years. My empirical experience gives me the opportunity to present events and companies from this business with full knowledge and industry knowledge. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Tags: Gauteng, illegal gambling, South Africa Continue Reading Previous Authentic Gaming debuts in South Africa with BetwayNext Why Mobile is the future of banking in Africa More Stories BETTING SOUTH AFRICA 4 held in Gurugram for betting on T-20 World Cup match 7 hours ago Szarlot ONLINE SOUTH AFRICA The Rise of iGaming in Africa 4 days ago Iwo Bulski ONLINE SOUTH AFRICA 5 Good Reasons to Use Bitcoin For Online Gambling 1 week ago Samuel EXPERTS HOT NEWS SOUTH AFRICA Why Mobile is the future of banking in Africa 1 week ago Iwo Bulski BETTING SOUTH AFRICA Authentic Gaming debuts in South Africa with Betway 3 weeks ago Samuel LOTTERIES SOUTH AFRICA Limpopo Lotto Plus winner just wants a small bakkie and modest home 3 weeks ago Iwo Bulski CASINO SOUTH AFRICA Fire Occur at Mmabathos Palms casino & Resort 4 weeks ago Adeleye Awakan EXPERTS SOUTH AFRICA Which Africans gamble the most? Comparing Africa’s Gambling Markets 1 month ago Samuel CASINO SOUTH AFRICA The worst is over for travel in South Africa 1 month ago Samuel ONLINE SOUTH AFRICA Yggdrasil has a franchise partner in Africa through Intelligent Gaming 1 month ago Iwo Bulski ONLINE SOUTH AFRICA How to bet online if you live in South Africa? 1 month ago Samuel ONLINE SOUTH AFRICA Industries With A Big South African Presence 1 month ago Samuel Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.