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Drought Crisis Info
Media Release:
Water map savings milestone reached for February
(22 March 2018)
Interactive learning inspires young minds to conserve water
(22 March 2018)
Statement by the City’s Executive Deputy Mayor, Alderman Ian Neilson
Let’s keep our water-saving focus, Team Cape Town

(20 March 2018)
Theft and vandalism compromise water security
(18 March 2018)
City steps up water conservation and demand management measures
(15 March 2018)
Statement by the City’s Executive Deputy Mayor, Alderman Ian Neilson World notes Cape Town’s efforts to beat the drought
(13 March 2018)
Water Disaster Plan
(Press briefing – 6 Feb 2018)
Crime Analysis

July 2019

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25/07 – Uranium Str. (Thurs. 13h30)
Theft: Two suspects entered the area from Peter Barlow Road from the direction of Bellville-South and entered Electron Street. The two suspects split up and one entered the premises and took a cell phone. Both suspects fled down Peter Barlow Road in the direction of Strand Street, Bellville.


07/07 – Cnr. Uranium & Micro Str. (Sun.)
Theft out of M/vehicle: Suspect(s) gained entry into the area by cutting the fence along the Metrorail reserve. They bent one strip of the palisade fence to gain access to the premises. One truck window was broken. Two truck batteries, electric cable and a TV screen mounted inside the truck was stolen.

10/07 – Uranium Str.
Housebreaking: Garage door broken open. No items were stolen.

15 & 16/07 – Brug Str.
Theft: According to the CCTV footage a male on a BMX bicycle stole an Air pump fitting at the garage on Monday at 10h20, and another BMX bicycle stole an Air pump fitting on Tuesday at 10h45

Stop and Search: 85

Loiterers removed: 29

Suspicious persons: 3

Suspicious vehicles: 1

Public assistance: 4

Illegal traders: 6

Trespassing: 2

Trolleys confiscated: 1

Insecure premises: 3

Illegal signage: 1

Abandoned vehicles: 1

Drunkenness: 1

Malicious damage to property: 1


  • Make sure your vehicle is locked at all times and do not leave any valuable items inside the vehicle.
  • Take note of strangers who appear to be loitering or watching your premises. Write down the registration number of any suspicious-looking vehicles.
  • Double check when you lock your vehicle with a remote for remote jammers.
  • When you leave your premises make sure your alarm system is activated and check regularly to see if it is in good working order.
  • Make sure your premises are secure and that there is effective lighting.
  • By keeping the lowest possible amount of cash on hand and letting people know it, your business becomes a less desirable target.
  • Be vigilant at all times and report any suspicious person or vehicle immediately to:


Report all incidents or any complaints to the CID Manager on 021-949 4564 or 073 149 5356
or email lynette@trianglefarmcid.co.za


Police: 10111
Bellville SAPS: 021-918 3000 / 021-918 3012 / 021-918 3014
SAPS Duty Manager: 082 301 7402 / 082 522 3257
Vispol Head – Col. Mahlatshana: 082 374 4927
Operational Head – Col. Niehaus: 082 411 1829

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