Motorist, Jeetesh Keshaw, alleges that he was fined by a Tshwane Metro police office for not having his headlights switched on. In the video Keshaw insists that his headlights are set to automatic – meaning the vehicle decides when it’s necessary for the headlights to switch
South African Police Service (SAPS) officers chase down a group alleged to be involved in a home robbery. The group driving a BMW try to run the policeman over before opening fire at the police. A police officer returns fire, a chase ensues and an
Dashcam footage shows thieves stealing from the back of a moving bakkie on Military Road and Prince George Drive – Cape Town. Watch as they walk across the road but stop as they spot the opportunity the open the back of the bakkie and steal
Caught On CCTV: Alleged Racist Attack On A Petrol Attendant In Tzaneen, Limpopo. Three men exit a red vehicle and begin attacking the petrol attendant. Video #1 of 2 Video #2 of 2 In the second video it is evident that two of the men,
Police dog leads a policeman to a snake. His reaction is priceless!
The South African Police Service (SAPS) have confirmed they are investigating a crimen injuria charge laid by Douglasdale police officers against a woman captured on camera calling black officers the ‘k-word’. The woman was reporting a smash-and-grab incident while complaining about apparent poor service from
A man in Ford Ranger skips Stop sign, stops traffic and then tries to assault a motorist for hooting. Fortunately this incident did not end in violence, although it almost did.
The video was filmed by Mohammed Noushaad outside his store, Big Bazaar, in Pinetown where the unattended South African Police vehicle was parked. He wrote on his Facebook page: “U should have seen the police when they got back, they were dumbstruck” and “The guy
CCTV footage of the South African Police Service (SAPS) allegedly assisting robbers stealing a vehicle has gone viral. SAPS members are speculated to be involved in a car hijacking and armed robbery in Mtubatuba, KwaZulu-Natal.