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Dozens of military weapons lost or stolen over last three years

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Fifty-seven R4 and R5 assault rifles, standard issue for South African soldiers, were either stolen or lost in a 32 month period, according to...

Rifles stolen as Kenyan police watch Champions League football

The temptation to watch UEFA Champions League quarter-finals football featuring Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo backfired for some Kenyan policemen when thieves raided their...

Soldiers on Op Corona deployment recover six stolen vehicles

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Further proof of the valuable police work done by soldiers deployed on border protection comes from the Mpumalanga/Mozambique border where six stolen...

Stolen Somali weapons for sale on open market

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At least 600 weapons stolen from a former United Arab Emirates-run training centre in Mogadishu are for sale in the city, weapons...

Intruders storm Nigerian parliament

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Three men burst into Nigeria's Senate and snatched the legislature's ceremonial mace, in an incident the body's spokesman blamed on a suspended...

Over 2 000 weapons stolen from SA Police armouries

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More than 500 firearms a year have been stolen from SA Police Service armouries over the last four years. This means two thousand...

Stolen or lost police weapons

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Police have either lost or had more than 2 500 firearms stolen over the past three financial years. Democratic Alliance shadow police minister...

Computers stolen from Hawks HQ

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Thieves broke into the headquarters of South Africa's elite Hawks police unit in Pretoria early on Wednesday, making off with hard drives...

Computers stolen from Hawks HQ

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Thieves broke into the headquarters of South Africa's elite Hawks police unit in Pretoria early on Wednesday, making off with hard drives...

Computers stolen from Hawks HQ

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Thieves broke into the headquarters of South Africa's elite Hawks police unit in Pretoria early on Wednesday, making off with hard drives...

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Communicate don’t abrogate!

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The senior officer cadre of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) communications component, officially the Directorate: Corporate Communication (DCC), employed a barely plausible excuse...