The firearm must always be under the direct control of the owner, or locked in an approved firearm safe.
In South Africa identity theft contributed to the loss of R1-billion from local companies in 2014 alone.
This is a continuation of the work and operation done last weekend when as many people were arrested for more or less similar transgressions.
On Sunday members of the Tembisa Tactical Response Team (TRT) arrested two men in Ivory Park, Extension 2 for possession of hijacked motor vehicles.
G4S security guards robbed of money in Tembisa.
Ivory Park SAPS communication officer Captain Bernard Matimulane said the hunt for two other suspects alleged to be involved is ongoing.
According to the Ivory Park SAPS communication officer Captain Bernard Matimulane, in the first incident a 26-year-old man died on arrival at Tembisa Hospital on Sunday after he was shot by one of the two men he was seen talking to in Extension 2, Ivory Park.
The victim was shot twice by the robber and he died on the scene.
According to Professor Rudolph Zinn, there are over 240 000 burglaries every year in South Africa.
Cyberbullies and online ‘trolls’ use the anonymity of social media platforms to target their victims and, in many cases, the victims are teens.
Hijackings are still a serious issue in South Africa and Les Mc Master, Chairman of the Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA), urges drivers not to become complacent.