A recently released video of dashcam footage from inside an armoured vehicle shows two security officers dodging bullets as they try to evade armed robbers.
Video footage captured a high-speed car chase along Boyes Drive, between Muizenberg and Fish Hoek, which took place on Monday. The man filming certainly enjoyed the arrest.
Tracker’s Vehicle Crime Index shows a decrease in hijackings across South Africa, but that doesn’t mean that we can let our guards down, especially in certain areas.
On January 25, former Hawks boss Johan Booysen was chased by a man wielding a gun, although the assailant’s attempts to discharge the weapon were unsuccessful.
In a horrifying cash-in-transit heist, two security officers were hijacked, kidnapped, and left on the N2, one of whom had had bomb strapped to his body.
It’s not often that you see a truck involved in a high-speed chase, with the driver hijacking the vehicle in Porterville and initially avoiding a police roadblock.
A taxi strike is underway in Gauteng, as the National Taxi Alliance (NTA) protests outstanding COVID-19 relief fund payments.
Tracker, one of the country’s biggest vehicle tracking companies, has warned of a new car theft scam doing the rounds.
Niki, a four-year-old Doberman, ran to her owner’s defence when he was held at gunpoint by criminals outside his home.
Unfortunately, while many industries remain closed during lockdown, criminals are getting back to work.
The SAPS has warned that hijackers have upped their game, and are using a few new tricks to steal cars in South Africa.
So you think you’re a pro just because you’ve cracked rank 8 000 on ‘Grand Theft Auto’? Well, this guy figured out how to steal Elon Musk’s space car.
The courts are chaotic, the conviction rate is low, and South Africa’s crime problem is clearly out of control.
The SAPS crime stats for 2019 reveal the 30 areas with the worst hijacking statistics. Thankfully, Cape Town doesn’t feature.
Tracker has released its vehicle crime statistics for the year July 2018 to June 2019, which also provides insight into the areas where hijackings are most prevalent.
In what will hopefully serve as a warning to other would-be criminals, Sanral cameras kept track of two armed hijackers until the police could catch up to them in Jozi.
Footage shows the armed robbery and abduction of a Johannesburg businessman, which took place at around 10AM on Saturday.
CCTV footage shows a man fighting off three hijackers who tried to kidnap him in Bluff, Durban.
Every day, South African news sites are littered with videos of hijackings and car theft. That’s why we rely on vehicle recovery systems, but is it money well spent?
A quick-thinking Jozi driver outsmarted more than four armed men when they tried to hijack his car in Morningside, Johannesburg.
Chaos erupted outside the FNB stadium, where the Global Citizen Festival took place, as concertgoers fought criminals for their belongings and lives.
A Cape Town woman managed to evade hijackers when she reversed in double-time, smashing into other cars in Blomvlei Road in Lansdowne.
The SAPS is looking for five suspects who were caught on camera hijacking and kidnapping a family of three in Constantia Kloof, West Rand.
Police in the Free State are now searching for two men who killed a man inside his car at a shopping centre parking lot in Welkom.
This video, coming out of Morningside, is a pretty good advertisement for getting strengthened windows for your vehicle.
In case you needed a reminder of how quickly things can go wrong, here’s a gang of rather efficient crooks getting to work.
The motorcyclist who foiled a smash-and-grab is the latest example of a trend developing in South Africa, that sees people fighting back when confronted with crime.