The Jo'burg Metro Police Department - JMPD has started operations to keep the city clean and safe for all residents and visitors. According to JMPD on Twitter, they have started impounding goods from unlicensed informal traders in the city. Check out their post below;
"Creating a clean & safe environment for all who live, visit & work in Joburg. #BuyaMthetho High Visibility Block Patrols conducted in the JHB CBD. Goods impounded from Informal Traders at Small & Albertina Sisulu Str. #JoburgWorks #JoburgByLaws"
Below are some pictures of the goods impounded;
Some people have reacted to this in various ways, see their responses below;
"Phekwabo maphoyisa. Thank you for your outstanding service #PutSouthAfricansFirst"
"If this can be consistent they will be big change"
"I wish you can close down all the shops that fixed the phones because those shops are playing a major role for the theft of phones"
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