Authorities have warned that an aggressive approach is needed to abate drug houses in the region, as it is ludicrous that drug peddling is outweighing education.
A Cape Flats resident mocked the new tech-driven interventions saying “It’s a bloody joke, to be honest”.
Gangsters have been making death threats against workers employed to fix the railway line in Bonteheuwel.
Two Cape Town gangs are in an all-out turf war, with a shooting that happened in broad daylight outside a Wynberg mosque on Friday afternoon.
It appears that the Cape’s gangs have a common enemy, and this time it’s COVID-19.
The gang member is testifying as a State witness in the trial of alleged Terrible Josters gang leader Horatio Solomons, and 11 other members.
Various gang bosses and members have ridiculed the presence of the army in the areas they run, saying business will carry on as usual.
Last week, it was announced that the army would be deployed to gang-plagued areas on the Cape Flats. Not everyone thinks this is the solution.
Yesterday, right outside the Bellville Magistrate’s Court, members of rival gangs opened fire on one another. Of course it’s just part of the bigger gang wars picture.
The local underworld is currently in turmoil, with a war raging around nightclub security. People are enlisting all the foreign assistance they can muster.
Just when you thought Hout Bay was the only harbour with issues, Simon’s Town is under the spotlight after inside sources spoke out.
Is there an end to the gang violence in Cape Town?
Well, this is terribly exciting! Details are slightly thin on the ground, but this recently published video shows vehicles marked “Police” in Ukranian closing in on a group of misunderstood businessmen as they attempt to enter their vehicles following a meeting of the board. Organised crime is widespread in the Ukraine, which is largely attributed […]