Attacks against Afrikaners June 4 2012
6 June 2012 1 Comment
Sergeant Bruwer Smit of Lyttelton SAPS shot dead execution-style in front of son Jeandre, 10, near Zandfontein cemetery
Hilda Fourie Beeld. June 5 2012 – One of Pretoria’s ‘best cops’ shot dead. Ten year-old son Jeandre was tied up and forced to watch while his dad was executed.
The two Afrikaners were mountain-biking near the Zandfontein cemetery. The murder took place at the same site where ex-Comrades marathon champion Nick Bester was kicked off his bike, beaten and threatened with a knife in Oct 2010. He survived.
The off-duty cop had taken his son on a mountain-bike ride about 400meters into the veldt next to the Mabopane freeway west of Pretoria.
Die aanval het sowat 400 m van die hoofweg af gebeur.Kapt. Agnes Huma, polisiewoordvoerder, het gisteraand op die toneel gesê twee mans het Smit-hulle oorval.
The two black male attackers took Sergeant Smit’s shoes and fled with the two bikes.
The traumatised son cut the shoelaces with which he’d been tied up, on a sharp stone, ran to the highway and stopped a car.
The motorist took the youth to Hercules police station. Local policing-community forum members searched the brushlands for Smit’s murder, but found no-one.
Last night Beeld newsdesk was informed that the two killers had climbed off the bikes just after killing sergeant Smit, and robbed another man of his money and cellphone.
His former commander SAPS brig. André Wiese, said Smit was ‘one of the best cops I’d worked with over the years. He was a guy who never stopped searching before he found the criminal. He was a dedicated police-officer’.
Three Afrikaner children torch to death due to Randfontein government neglect: fire dept shows up one hour too late – without water to douse the flames
2012-06-04 Beeld journalist Ügen Vos reports the horrific deaths of three Afrikaner children in Randfontein, who burned to death inside their home because the local fire department tender showed up one hour after the alert.And then it arrived without any water in its tanks and was unable to douse the raging fire. Three children perished.
This is not the first time children died in Randfontein fires: three children also burned to death inside their home in 2006. (pic above)
This week, the grief-stricken, traumatised father also was denied mortuary-service from the municipal health department: he had to gather up the torched bodies of his three children — and take them to the mortuary himself. The emergency services only arrived an hour after the first emergency call was placed by neighbours. For financial reasons two working-class families shared the same house: Randfontein father Jaco Jordaan, 34, owner of a motorcar-workshop, and his current wife Suzie were sharing the same house with his ex-wife Nicolene and her present husband Tommy Dickson.The two families consisted of six children: Salome Jordaan (11), Tanya Jordaan (4), Armand Dickson (3) (who all died), Jacques Jordaan (3) and Thomas Dickson (9months) who both survived unscathed — and Adri Jordaan, 14, who was rescued and rushed to hospital. All four adults and the children were asleep on Sunday night when a fire suddenly broke out for unknown causes at 05h00.Car-mechanic Kallie Hoffman, who works for Jordaan and lived in an outside room on the same erf, said he woke up when he heard
14-year-old Adri Jordaan scream for help. He rushed to her bedroom window, ripped off the burglar-bars, and plucked her from the burning room.She was taken to Leratong hospital in critical condition. Family friend Frans Olckers (44) said she ‘s very critical but ‘there’s always hope’.
False arrest : Hestia Kotze assaulted, peppersprayed, cursed for ‘bitch’ by black traffic official, dragged to jail in handcuffs – case dropped: Potchefstroom:
Naspers journalist Nicolize van der Walt interviewed Mrs Kotze about the incident, which occurred on Saturday June 2 2012 on the N12 just after lunch, when she was driving to the Mediclinic in Potchefstroom. The hospital had called her to warn that her father Koot de Beer was dying. She said just before the Ikageng-entrance to the highway, a black traffic official signaled her to pull over. “I moved to the other lane and signalled for him him, that I needed his help. My main-beams and emergency lights were on.’ The official, named as Pape Hadebe, followed her car, made a sudden turn in front of her car, jumped from his vehicle. She drove around him, pointed at her watch she said and gestured to him to follow her. She drove to the Mediclinic – where Hadebe blocked the entrance with his car. She climbed out and wanted to run to the entrance – “I just wanted to get to my dad. The official pushed me against the fence. He wanted to handcuff me while I told him my father was dying. He said: “Shut Up Bitch.’ I pleaded with him and gestured away from the cuffs – then he sprayed me with pepper spray. Then I was hysterical,’ she said. An eyewitness said Mrs Kotze was roughly thrown to the ground, Hadebe put an elbow against her neck and his knees on her spine. Personnel, bystanders, even a dominee pleaded with the man to let her see her dying father. Instead he rushed her to jail.All the charges against her were withdrawn in Potchefstroom magistrate’s court.
She never saw her father before he died.