Two women were arrested for possession of gambling equipment without a valid licence or permit. Local police and officials from the Gauteng Gambling Board conducted an operation in Brakpan on Thursday, during which an illegal gambling establishment in Voortrekker Road was closed down, reports the Brakpan Herald.
Two women, aged 33 and 40, were arrested for possession of gambling equipment without a valid licence or permit.
Capt Pearl van Staad, the spokesperson for the Brakpan SAPS, told the Herald that cash and 71 computers were confiscated.
“The female suspects were detained and charged in terms of Section 48 (1) of the Gauteng Gambling Act of 1995,” she added.
Two women were arrested at the illegal gambling establishment, which operated from an address along Voortrekker Road.
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Five years after Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa was gunned down at his girlfriend singer Kelly Khumalo’s family home in Vosloorus, his family has yet to find closure. The conversation around #SenzoMeyiwa trended almost the entire week after The Sunday Independent’s exposé last week, which revealed that there had been a cover-up and that answers lay with the witnesses who were inside the house when Meyiwa was shot dead.
These include Kelly, her sister Zandi and Zandi’s then-boyfriend Longwe Twala. Feeling pressure from the renewed spotlight on this unsolved case, the Khumalo sisters have sought to clear their names. They maintained their original version that this was a robbery gone wrong, and that the killer was not known to them. continue reading
Source: The Citizen