Maj Gen Chirwa has adopted a zero-tolerance approach towards the proliferation of drugs within the eThekwini Inner South policing precinct.
A case of armed robbery is under investigation at Chatsworth SAPS. No arrests have been made at this stage.
Malvern SAPS attended the scene of the crime and are investigating further.
A case of rape was then opened and it was transferred to the Pinetown Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit for further investigation.
The two suspects, aged between 20 and 26, were found with a firearm, an undisclosed amount of cash and airtime vouchers.
In the first incident, a man was arrested for possession of heroin in the Clairwood CBD, recently.
Police are appealing to anyone with information to contact Det Cnst MV Cele from the Chatsworth FCS Unit on 031 451-4346 or 079-500-0176.
Prior to the arrests, the Provincial Task Team of eThekwini Outer South Cluster received information on suspects involved in Uber-related carjackings and immediately followed up.
The victim was robbed of her jewellery, cellphones and cash.
Station commander of Malvern SAPS, Lt Col Valarine Reddy, said that the enforcing of the amendment to the Criminal Law Act should be a deterrent to would-be perpetrators intending to destroy state property.
In the first incident, the province’s acting police commissioner, Maj Gen Bheki Langa has noted with concern how criminals are attacking police officers, who are simply performing their duties.