In footage that started circulating last night, police can be seen shutting down a tavern in inner Johannesburg, after the venue was in contravention of the ban on serving and drinking alcohol after 6pm imposed by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
A disagreement at a construction site escalates and the guys try to resolve the situation. The team plans to trap the suspects in a tunnel and flush them out like rats. It’s one of the guys, which ends with a bang!
Dave is desperately searching for a missing child and time is of the essence. The team responds to a silent alarm at building complex, how will Trevor handle his first robbery call?
The team find a very unusual character residing in one of the complexes they protect. A suspect is caught red handed breaking into a bottle store and makes a run for it... A suspicious car leaves one of the guys feeling a little embarrassed.
We get an introduction to the NightGuard team and find out how the family business is run. Finding a stolen car leads to an intense car chase that sees the guys hot on the suspects’ heels. Will they catch him?
This episode highlights cases in which the sharp eyes of an investigator has spotted a single critical detail – along with those cases in which there’s been many thousands of pieces of evidence painstakingly pieced-together to secure a conviction.
No case is cracked alone – the detectives must pull-together as a team to uncover the truth. Teamwork explores the ever-increasingly complexity of the team brought to bear on a big case.
One of the Night Guard team is attacked and awaits urgent back up. A group of local youngsters have a party in an abandoned building, which gets out of hand. Moolie responds to a disturbance at a local bar where things begin to escalate.
For the detectives, communication is always key – talking, listening, and asking questions… Telling Tales features cases that showcase the detectives’ communication skills. To be able to converse at every level of society – to strike a rapport wit
The sex industry has been a major moneymaker for countless generations. Profiting from the trade are the pimps who earn their share illegally by enticing women into organised prostitution rings.
High-rollers, match fixers and gangsters. Illegal gambling rings profit in the millions, taking exorbitant bets, running underground casinos, even fixing professional baseball games.
Offering easy money with a quick loan, thousands in cash, no questions asked. But when a borrower can’t keep up with the payment terms, loan sharks strike mercilessly.
Hired killers operate in organised networks in the gun-savvy capital of Philippines. As the bullets fly, gang wars rage in the streets while cops are gunned down and politicians fear for their lives.
Marauders of the high seas. Outlaws of the ocean. They've been called many things, but these modern-day pirates are nothing like their storybook depictions. These are Southeast Asian pirates that are not to be trifled with.
We zoom in on Southeast Asian hotspots spanning Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia where illegal dealers, helpless victims and fierce authorities reveal true accounts of this intricate crime world.
Police estimate that 1.7 million people in the Philippines are addicted to drugs. Meet the real drug dealers and longtime addicts who are tangled in this lucrative underground trade, monitored closely by undercover agents.
Sexual predators of children are among the most heinous criminals in the world. We go deep into this vile underground industry and document real life accounts of shocking stories from victims of child sex exploitation.
Several international airports are seeing an unprecedented rise in drug trafficking via OR Tambo airport.
A Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI) officer is under investigation after CCTV footage appears to implicate him in the theft of a cellphone at a fast food outlet, the Kwazulu-Natal transport department says.
Dashcam footage released this week shows an alleged hijacker caught in the act at the Lamontville offramp on South Coast Road in KwaZulu-Natal. Crime fighter Yusuf Abramjee has called on the public to help identify the alleged culprit.
Metrorail has released footage captured on CCTV of two of the men wanted for the fires which recently effectively crippled Cape Town's rail network.
PLEASE NOTE STRONG LANGUAGE IN VIDEO. Fabrice Moyo, the African fashion designer known and retailing as Franc Elis, was allegedly attacked in a fender bender road rage incident on Friday in Johannesburg.
A gunman opened fire at Hawaii's Pearl Harbor military base on Wednesday, killing two and injuring another before fatally shooting himself, three days before the anniversary of Japan's 1941 attack of Pearl Harbor during World War Two.
While drug dealers never sleep and the drug of choice changes over time, the demand for getting high does not.
The cases featured in The Business of Crime pinpoint the depths detectives must go to get the result society needs. Criminals who truly believe they are untouchable – and the detectives must prove them wrong.
Ten people were shot and four of them were killed Sunday at a party in Fresno, California when suspects sneaked into a backyard gathering and fired into the crowd, police said.
The murder of au-pair Sophie Lionnet by her employers made headlines all over the world. It was a case that seemed too unbelievable to be true. We attempt to answer the question that will forever haunt her grieving parents: how could this happen?
After the arrests of the Mafia godfathers, Italy hoped it had put an end to organized crime. Instead, the old guard have been replaced by the 'Baby Bosses'. These youngsters do not respect the old rules. The slightest provocation can lead to carnage.
Why would someone confess to a crime they didn't commit? We hear from the men and women who have spent more than 20 years in prison for crimes they did not commit. They tell us about that moment when their lives changed forever.
Speaking to a drug dealer, a police officer and locals at the market, World Nomad Patrick Abboud gets tips and advice on staying safe when traveling around Mexico. He also meets travelers who echo the message from many locals that Mexico, includin...
British pair Paul O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert describe Sydney knife drama
Promising student Carliton Maina was shot by the police in Nairobi. His mother believes he was murdered.
Shocked by a series of stabbings in his area of east London, Courtney Barrett set up his own knife amnesty in an effort to get blades off the streets.
Police arrest 22 people in eastern India in three separate rape cases involving teenage girls as grisly new attacks against women come to light despite tougher penalties.
Ken Anderson was appointed to the court in 2002 by Governor Rick Perry. He resigned from his position on September 23, 2013 after he was arrested for withholding exculpatory evidence
Anthony "Tony" Scott Wood was given 10 years in 2012 for stealing millions from clients by forging documents and making fraudulent loans.
Neal Landers, 46, of Duluth, Georgia, was sentenced to two years and three months in prison for using funds taken from real estate transactions he oversaw
Robert Greenleaf is a disbarred Maryland attorney who solicited for sexual acts
Bradley Slowgrove, former barrister for an accused Serbian war criminal, has been struck off for attempting to intimidate a magistrate
James J. Hennessey Jr. is a disbarred lawyer from Albany who viciously and repeatedly attacked his African American neighbors
Donald Carlton Gibson repeatedly lied to his clients about their cases and funds while stealing checks
Tim Durham was the attorney and CEO of a financial institution who deliberately mislead investors
Marc Stuart Dreier, is a former American lawyer who was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison
A closer look at the infamous scandals that led to the disbarments of the 37th & 42nd Unites States presidents.
This once respected law firm partner lost it all when was caught stealing over 1.2 million from his law firm to finance his mistress' lavish lifestyle.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says new legislation aimed at overhauling the justice system proposes changes to make juries "more representative" of the population, and to increase penalties for intimate partner violence.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she hopes Pride Toronto and police can rebuild their "strained relationship." Pride Toronto asked the city's police service not to march in its annual parade.