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South Africa’s Crime Line tip-offs bring results

South Africa's fight against crime is getting positive results thanks in part to initiatives such as Crime Stop and Crime Line. The latest quarterly report to the end of June shows that tip-offs from the general public are resulting in the arrest of suspected criminals.

Activism against violence gets a year-long extension

Crime Line has teamed up with the Department of Women to extend the annual 16 Days of Activism for a year. The partners will hold national and provincial dialogues in urban and rural areas to empower people. Activism needs to continue until women and children are no longer threatened, they say.

Crime Stoppers conference kicks off in Cape Town, South Africa

Tackling international cybercrime, human trafficking and gender-based violence the 35th annual Crime Stoppers International Conference helps law enforcement share crime-fighting tactics and tips.

Crime Stoppers conference kicks off in Cape Town, South Africa

Tackling international cybercrime, human trafficking and gender-based violence the 35th annual Crime Stoppers International Conference helps law enforcement share crime-fighting tactics and tips.

Tip-offs help police net criminals

Tip-offs to the Crime Stop and Crime Line resulted in the arrest of 32 people in connection with suspected crimes during the month of July, the South African Police Service said on Tuesday.

Abramjee is on a crusade to stop crime

Once a renowned crime reporter, Yusuf Abramjee is determined to do what he can to end crime in South Africa. He is the power behind Crime Line and Lead SA, and is a vice-president of Crime Stoppers International. The Order of the Baobab is the latest honour in his trophy cupboard.

Abramjee is on a crusade to stop crime

Once a renowned crime reporter, Yusuf Abramjee is determined to do what he can to end crime in South Africa. He is the power behind Crime Line and Lead SA, and is a vice-president of Crime Stoppers International. The Order of the Baobab is the latest honour in his trophy cupboard.

The search for the kingpins

South Africa is cracking down on crime, illegal drugs and the cartels behind them in an attempt to build a drug-free country. The police have notched up an impressive list of busts, and the courts and the government are playing their parts too.

Asilweni: Cleaning up the streets

Cherlyn Tshabangu is determined to get drug dealers out of Krugersdorp, and rehabilitate and educate drug-addicted underage sex workers and reunite them with their families.

Govt, rhino owners to meet on poaching

South Africa's Department of Environmental Affairs will hold round-table discussions with rhino owners in the country as part of its bid to combat rhino poaching, which has reached "an unacceptable level".