The Moorton resident, who chose to use an alias, due to fear of being victimised by police, said that he will leave no stone unturned until justice prevails.
The first suspect was caught in possession of 382.5 grams of dagga at his home in Bale Avenue. The 37-year-old suspect was charged for dealing in dagga. The value of the dagga is about R2, 000.
According to KZN’s acting provincial commissioner, Maj Gen Bheki Langa, a joint operation was conducted and the Tongaat SAPS intercepted a Toyota Etios along the N3 Freeway.
Robbers made off with an undisclosed amount of jewellery and watches after they broke the front glass of the store, which is situated at the Chatsworth Centre.
At this stage, there are no further details, however, updates will follow once more information becomes available to us.
The child was taken to the local doctor for medical examination and it was confirmed that she was raped.
A 54-year-old man was arrested after he was found in possession of two unlicensed firearms. A pistol and a revolver with a total of 14 live rounds of ammunition were seized.
According to parents who arrived at the school to pick up their children at about 5pm, the pupils had emerged from the bus screaming and crying.
She added that she started to remove her jewellery and handed it to the armed robbers as she feared that they will assault her too, however, she was still beaten up by the men.
Station commander, Col MA Nene said that they will continue with their efforts in order to eradicate drugs in the community.
According to communications officer of the eThekwini Inner South Cluster team, Priya Nunkumar, the firearm which was used in the crime was also recovered.