Manenburg police yet to make an arrest after dog killing four months ago

Brigadier Enolium Joseph, station commander at Manenberg police station, has confirmed that no arrests have been made after a dog was tortured and killed by a group of boys in the area.

In July footage was released on social media showing a group of boys aged between 7 and 18 killing a dog. Cape of Good Hope SPCA said there were disappointed that the case has not resulted in anything as police said there are more pressing crimes to deal with.

Brigadier Joseph says the matter is still under investigation and will not comment further.

It is a serious matter and we don't want to say we prioritise certain matters more than others.

Brigadier Enolium Joseph, Station commander at Manenberg police station

Brigadier Joseph asked people with more information that will help speed up the investigation process to come forward.

Listen below to hear how the Manenberg police are handling a case that shocked a lot of people in the Western Cape:

Read More
2009: Bruce Whitfield recalls the financial crisis

2009: Bruce Whitfield recalls the financial crisis

As we look back on 20 years of CapeTalk, The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield recalls the events that shook the financial system across the globe.

WC Soc Dev dismisses claims of dragging feet in child abuse cases

WC Soc Dev dismisses claims of dragging feet in child abuse cases

Listen to MEC Albert Fritz outlining some of the challenges social workers go through when intervening in child abuse cases.

No action taken against dog killers after four months

No action taken against dog killers after four months

A video that emerged in July showed children aged between 7 and 18-years stoning and killing a dog.

SPCA suspends 4 staff members for incident of hasty euthanasia

SPCA suspends 4 staff members for incident of hasty euthanasia

SPCA will share the outcome's of a hearing next week and has reached out to the De Beer family who lost their beloved cat Sonix.

SPCA admits wrongdoing after Hout Bay cat put down prematurely

SPCA admits wrongdoing after Hout Bay cat put down prematurely

The SPCA says it doesn't take the decision to euthanise animals lightly and will suspend two staff members for their negligence.

 Six arrested for illegal hunting with dogs

Six arrested for illegal hunting with dogs

Using dogs to hunt wildlife is slowly becoming common practice. The SPCA says the practice is cruel to the dogs and wild animals.

Popular articles
LISTEN: Gerrie Nel on why he's persuing prosecution against Duduzane Zuma

LISTEN: Gerrie Nel on why he's persuing prosecution against Duduzane Zuma

AfriForum will prosecute Duduzane Zuma after NPA declined to do so in 2015 following a 2014 accident where a woman died.

How we invented the modern concept of sleep

How we invented the modern concept of sleep

Dr Bodhisattva Kar reveals how industrial capitalism influenced the world's current sleep patterns.

Hassen Adams (he brought Burger King and Dunkin’ Donuts to SA) talks money

Hassen Adams (he brought Burger King and Dunkin’ Donuts to SA) talks money

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Adams about his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).

Kloof Street residents living in fear as crime multiplies

Kloof Street residents living in fear as crime multiplies

A Cape Town man was stabbed to death on Saturday while trying to assist two women who were being mugged on Kloof street.

‘I started my thriving business with R5000 (and made a profit in the 1st month)’

‘I started my thriving business with R5000 (and made a profit in the 1st month)’

After 3 years there are 3 Nic Harry stores (incl online) that sell 100 000 pairs of socks in over 20 countries around the world.