The ruling vindicates the Company's decision to continue operating the Mine Waste Solutions project in accordance with the terms and conditions of its valid water use licence since the purported appeal was lodged in March The Water Tribunal found that it had no jurisdiction to hear the case and consequently the FSE had no legal standing to bring the appeal.
Click for more emergency numbers Crime in South Africa - Cape Town Crime Statistics Findings Offences such as street muggings, smash-and-grab-robberies and pick-pocketing are a common occurrence in many cities around the world and you are advised to stick to common-sense safety measures.
However, here often knifes or handguns are involved with street crime. Serious crimes are experienced mainly in low-income areas and townships. The highest violence, assault and property crime rate is experienced in the Cape Flats, where gang-violence is claiming many lives.
Further, areas such as Nyanga, Mfuleni, Khayelitsha or Gugulethu remain the most dangerous places according to murder and serious crime statistics of the last years. Burglary, robbery and theft of private property are among the most reported crimes.
Many neighbourhoods have put on special awareness campaigns and stepped up security with private watches and have now a much more visible police presence. Crimewatch members patrol the streets day and night and so have cut down on criminal offences in some areas drastically.
For car-jacking, theft of private property and robbery, the middle class and more well-heeled population are especially targeted. Be alert as ID theft is increasingly happening. And always keep your eyes on your credit card when paying at a shop, petrol station or in a restaurant.
Victim of Crimes Survey by Statistics South Africa The Victim of Crimes Survey is a countrywide household based survey undertaken by StatisticsSA to explore the perceptions of the public in regards to crime prevention and activities dealing with crime and victimisation.
Data is collected in form of face-to-face interviews at randomly chosen homes. The accuracy is limited to the actual answers by the victims and their ability to recall past victimisation events.
The data is thus collected completely differently to the police statistics which only give a picture about reported crimes and incidents. Here are some interesting findings from the survey: Feelings of safety continued to deteriorate over the years, especially when after dark.
People most affected by theft of personal property are people in their late twenties and early thirties.
Victims of hijacking on the average are in their late thirties and forties. The vast majority of victims of assault were between 20 years and 30 years of age.
People living in Gauteng Further these points were not elaborated in the most recent crime statistics, but were mentioned in the crime statistics and we trust the answers still reveal relevant insights, so we add these here as well: Almost half of the victims of sexual offences in knew the perpetrator.
The perpetrators were mainly either member of the community Assault and sexual offences are believed to be highly underreported as the majority of victims of these crimes reported they were also victimised by their relatives, a known community member, spouses and lovers.
Theft from cars, car theft and housebreaking happened mostly at night. Crime in South Africa: Carjackings Increasingly, carjackings are an occurence in all provinces.
Read more about carjackings and prevention tips Be informed about Crime: Safety Advice In regards to more recent burglaries at shopping malls and various stores selling goods of high value, the only advice is too be vigilant who is in and around the shops or in the malls.
It is a scary thought to get involved in a crime situation, but unfortunately only good security can prevent this - as everywhere in the world - and shopkeepers and staff at malls are called to take their task more seriously and employ better preventative measures as well.
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