The complainant claimed he saw an advertisement suggesting there was a service that he could use to multiply his money with the help of his ancestors.
The suspect was arrested for being in possession of a fraudulent document.
“The task team will ensure that those who terrorise our community are arrested and convicted.”
Dagga plants were also found on the premises.
The complainant was stabbed multiple times and had wounds in both his upper and lower body.
This is the second business that had its safe blown open by explosives.
In Tarlton, police made 11 arrests during the New Year’s weekend alone for crimes ranging from rape and drunk driving to illegal mining.
A second suspect shoved explosives into the gap around the safe door. The suspects then scattered. A short pause was followed by a major explosion.
“Drug dealers who think they have found a home in Krugersdorp must consider moving with immediate effect.”
The suspects then tried to steal the trucks on the premises, but were unable to start them. Meanwhile, a third suspect got scared when confronted by police and confessed to the robbery.
Tarlton Police decided to dispose of the plants to ensure the public is not exposed to this ‘gateway drug’.