More shocking sex videos on website

More cellphone video clips of local South Africans engaging in sexual acts have been uploaded on the infamous Goboza website.

The website is currently under investigations by cyber police, a national crime intelligence wing, after it was exposed by Sowetan last week.

At least 15 videos have been uploaded over the past five days, generating more than 100 000 downloads per video clip.

One of the latest videos, posted over the weekend, features two police officers threatening to circulate a video of a couple they caught having sex in public.

In the video, after being caught, a clearly shaken woman offers to pay a bribe to the officers in the hope that they don't arrest her or circulate the video as threatened.

An police officer taking the video is heard saying: "We are going to sell this video."

Yesterday national police spokeswoman Lieutenant Colonel Tumi Shai was not available for comment.

Another spokesman, Lieutenant Colonel Vish Naidoo, said he could not comment.

Hawks spokesman Colonel McIntosh Polela said: "The matter is not with the Hawks' criminal intelligence."

The website landed in the spotlight when the police and National Prosecuting Authority promised to hunt down and prosecute its owners for distributing rape and child pornography videos.

Also on the website were video footage of pupils performing oral sex and engaging in sexual activities on school grounds.

The website incensed child psychologists, women's group Powa and the ANC Women's League, while leaving South Africans shocked.