Brad Nathanson Investigations (B.N.I.) Covers all aspects of commercial, criminal and domestic Investigations to include the procurement of privileged information, polygraphs, physical and electronic surveillance and specialist debt collection, also integrity assessments, lifestyle appraisals, background checks and close protection.




On 16 May 2017 two bicycles, a Lapierre and a Pivot, were stolen out of a car that was parked on Marine Parade whilst the riders were having a meal at Steers.

Not from South Africa, the owners did not consider opportunistic crime in the form of remote jammers.

Thanks to some great team work on the internet by our staff, including the gathering of all relevant data pertaining and the help of an old friend of mine, both bicycles have been recovered and as of today are in safe custody.

Thank you to Danielle Dalton of Zululand Cyles for referring us. Thank you to Alex Bramley and James Van Luipen of Bike Market in Melville, Johannesburg, for being men of integrity and thank you to other men of integrity for whom I have my own respect.


The theft of bicycles is on the increase. The more expensive the bicycle, the more you are at risk. Please record ALL serial numbers from frame to parts, including any add ons. These make a difference if you have any hope in getting anything back at all.
It is rare that these bicycles are recovered in the condition these were found in; in better condition than they were taken.

Be Safe

Brad Nathanson & Team
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This office requires the assistance of it's readers.

Post our arrest of three men responsible for committing armed robberies and home invasions all along the North Coast of KZN from Kosi Bay to Balito and as far inland as Pietermaritzburg, this image was found on a mobile phone taken by one of the suspects in one of the robberies.

Elize from a bank says that this is R75,000.00.

This office seeks the victim in this case and asks that the following be taken into account:-

The victim is most likely in KZN and on the North Coast.
Suspects are mostly always three in number.
Suspects are short and stocky built. They are hard and tough.
Suspects are from Mozambique and don't speak Zulu.
Only one suspect speaks English.
Suspects are very violent.
Suspects are always armed with at least one pistol and a shotgun but lately, all three have been armed.
Suspects have been known to stab and/or torture victims.
Suspects usually arrive on foot and leave the same way, usually through the bush.
Suspects demand cash and firearms.

Areas targeted by suspects
Kosi Bay

This cash was likely taken from a victim who had drawn this money from a bank.

These men have robbed, tortured, attempted to murder and committed murder in South Africa, invisible to authorities as they are in our country illegally.

Please help us to find the complainant in this case so that these men can be convicted of EVERY crime they have committed in our country. Please send to everybody you know in the areas we have mentioned.

Also, if anybody recognizes the interior of the vehicle that these men took this picture in, this may assist us further in identifying other suspects.

Thank you.

The BNI Team
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This office is asking its readers to forward this post to anybody whom you believe may have been involved in a motor accident on the N2 North bound between Umdloti and King Shaka International airport near the La Mercy overhead bridge in the past 18 months.

Chatting to Ismail Mitha of Big Show Towing, we were one of 6 vehicles that his company towed from the same crash site 15 May when we had the accident. Ismail tells us that we were the 4th vehicle that he towed that morning (and it was only 9am) and that he towed another two vehicles after us.

This road is maintained by SANRAL to whom we pay tolls. Ismail says that he towed 16 vehicles from the same spot between Thursday 11 May and Monday 15 May of which we were one.

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Buckle up. Stay safe.

The BNI Team
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