Safety / Security and Policing

Festive Season Safety Awareness

The Bridge City Management Association appeals to all members to please take note of the following as we enter the holiday season.

The BCMA Security Team Gets Equipped

The BCMA security team received their new patrol vehicle this month as the time had come for a replacement. The team got a bigger and better branded vehicle¬†that can tackle various terrain it comes across. It is also easily visible and will become a notable presence when it comes to securing Bridge City. The security…

City On High Alert As Heavy Rainfall Is Expected

The City is ready and prepared to assist residents affected by the heavy rainfall expected over the coming week. Current forecasts are showing persistent rainfall over the next three days with thunderstorms anticipated in the evenings. Rainfall is expected in the central and northern regions of eThekwini this evening with localised flooding due to saturated…

Shooting At BP In Bridge City

On Friday the 6th of September at approximately 12:20 pm, a shoot-out took place at the parking lot of the BP Garage in Bridge City. The incident resulted in the fatality of an elderly male, who was shot by an unknown suspect, inside his vehicle parked at one of the parking bays inside the garage.…

Security Incident At Bridge City Mall

On Monday the 26th of August at approximatly 11:50 am, a coordinated attack took place at the Bridge City Shopping Mall in Kwa-Mashu, by armed perpetrators. Perpetrators isolated a cash in transit team as they collected monies fom one of the tenants. The attempted robbery resulted in deaths of two suspects involved, and, an injury…

Metro Police Continue Fining

As part of ongoing efforts to manage the roadways around Bridge City, Metro Police continues with fining illegally parked vehicles in the node, the officer in the image is outside the Bridge City shopping centre on Nogwaja Street.

Metro Police On Board

In our continued efforts to manage the flow of traffic in the area the Management Association has been working with Metro Police who are consistently fining illegally parked vehicles in the precinct. A continuous cycle of such intervention will hopefully help affect behavioural change.