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Armed robbery
Robbery With Aggravating Circumstances is the unlawful and intentional forceful removal and appropriation in aggravating circumstances of movable tangible property belonging to another.

Common assault
Assault Common is the unlawful and intentional direct or indirect application of force to the body of another person, or threat of application of immediate personal violence to another, in circumstances in which the threatened person is prevailed upon to believe that the person who is threatening him has the intention and power to carry out his threat.

Assault — Grievous bodily harm
Assault With The Intent To Cause Grievous Bodily Harm is the unlawful and intentional direct or indirect application of force to the body of another person with the intention of causing grievous bodily harm to that person.

Sexual assault
Sexual Offences Act 32 Of 2007, Section 5(2): A person ("A") who unlawfully and intentionally inspires the belief in a complainant ("B") that B will be sexually violated, is guilty of the offence of Sexual Assault.

Common robbery
The unlawful and intentional forceful removal and appropriation of movable tangible property belonging to another

General Statement
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Housebreaking — Business premises
Housebreaking Of Premises Other Than Residential Premises is committed by a person who unlawfully and intentionally breaks into a building or similar structure which is not used for human habitation and does not form part of residential premises, and enters or penetrates it with part of his body or with an instrument with which he intends to control something on the premises, with the intention to commit a crime on the premises.

Housebreaking — Residential premises
Is committed by a person who unlawfully and intentionally breaks into a building or similar structure, used for human habitation, and enters or penetrates it with part of his or her body or with an instrument with which he or she intends to control something on the premises, with the intention to commit a crime on the premises.

Rape
Sexual Offences Act 32 Of 2007, Section 3: Any person ("A") who unlawfully and intentionally commits an act of sexual penetration with a complainant ("B"), without the consent of B, is guilty of the offence of Rape.

Sexual Assault
Sexual Offences Act 32 Of 2007, Section 5 (1): A person ("A") who unlawfully and intentionally sexually violates a complainant ("B"), without the consent of B, is guilty of the offence of Sexual Assault.