DURBAN private investigator Brad Nathanson was a happy man yesterday when assault charges were provisionally withdrawn against him at the Pinetown Magistrate’s Court. The state had asked for adjournment, but Nathanson’s attorney Alex Crockart argued that if the case carried any longer, his client will be prejudiced. He was therefore released on that basis. Surrounded by his fiancée, brothers and his friends, Nathanson could not contain his joy.Click here to read the full article on The Witness
Gary & BJ are the owners of Web Edge Solutions, a Mobile APP & Website Company in Hillcrest. They approached Brad Nathanson
with a request to donate a Mobile App to
assist Brad and the
community to instantly communicate with each other so that they
can instantly alert Brad and other members of the community as to criminal activity. And to contact emergency services.
This also allows you to send instant Push messaging with access
to emergency contact Numbers. A surveillance camera platform is available to take a photo of suspicious acts. These images may be sent to Brad.
An incident Information form and many more goodies
form part of this app. This is the first phase of the Mobile App. A
second phase will include an Emergency Panic Button which will
send details to 10 email
addresses and Sms to people that you
want to respond to your assistance.
Nadia van Wyk is safe in police custody
On 23 October 2013 at approximately 12:30, the missing Nadia Van Wyk (20) was found in Chatsworth. She left home freely and voluntarily. She was united with her family.
MISSING PERSON SOUGHT "Caitlin Green" (22 October 2013)
She was in the Sea Point Towers, Durban building this morning at 06h35.
If anyone has any information please contact Brad Nathanson on 0784219167 or firstname.lastname@example.org