Monday, June 24, 2019

WRAP-UP BULLETIN

WRAP-UP BULLETIN 24 JUNE 2019

The distraught mother of a mentally challenged Delft man who has been found in eSwatini after disappearing six years ago, has been pleading to the public to help her get her son back home. Jane Daniels lost hope of ever seeing her son alive again but last week, eSwatini police contacted the SAPS in Delft informing them they'd found Denzil Daniels scratching in bins outside a supermarket. It was not known how he’d got to the country formerly known as Swaziland. Denzil, who has no documents allowing him to be in that country, was able to supply authorities with his mother's address. Jane Daniels said she has spent the past few days knocking on the doors of people in her community, asking them to lend her money so she could fetch her son.

Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has instructed correctional services officials to urgently investigate after footage emerged of prison inmates doing drugs and being handed weapons. Two videos have emerged and were traced to the Durban Westville correctional facility. Lamola asked correctional services to report which officials were on duty and whether they had been subjected to any disciplinary action. The ministry's Chrispin Phiri said: “The minister said this report must be made available as soon as possible. He also emphasized the fact that they are not a lawless state and moreover, institutions that are meant to rehabilitate inmates cannot be a hive of lawlessness

Two electricians have suffered burns following an explosion at a substation in Vredehoek. The men were trying to restore power to the area on Saturday. This after a number of suburbs including Kensington, Delft and Maitland suffered power outages due to strong winds and heavy rain on Friday night. ER24 spokesperson Ross Campbell said: “The two men believed to be in their 30s sustained burns while opening an electrical box. One suffered serious injuries and was tried with advanced life support interventions while the other suffered moderate injuries. Both were taken to a private hospital in the are for further care. The exact cause of the explosion is not known yet to ER24, but fire and electrical departments, as well as SAPS, were on the scene for further investigation.”.

The Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services discovered that close to 500 inmates die in prisons across the country each year. The JICS has released the latest numbers recorded between 2015 and 2018. Ewn reports that, a total of 1,495 natural deaths happened over this period; with most inmates dying from Tuberculosis and HIV/Aids. A further 28 unnatural deaths and 78 suicides were recorded across the 243 correctional services centres in the nation.

A missed call that was on a cellphone led police to a suspected thief who targeted two homes in Port Alfred in the Eastern Cape over the weekend. Ewn reports that, the 23-year-old had robbed two homes and ran off with valuable items including two watches and a cellphone. He, however, made a mistake and left a trail that led cops to his home. The police's Khaya Tonjeni said when they got there, they dialled the number of the stolen phone and it rang.

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