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Foreigners Trembles After Citizens Signs Petition Calling For Enforcement Of By-Laws In SA's CBDs

There is trembling in the camp of foreigners and immigrants in the country after citizens calls for enforcement of by-laws in South African's CBDs.

PUTSAFIRST, a south African fact finder revealed this facts in his Twitter account @MEB40122141 when he said " Do your part sign the petition. Citizens call for enforcement of By-laws in South Africa's CBD".

Source and link:@MEB40122141 Twitter account

The Non governmental organizations have gone to court to challenge the clean up structures set up in Johannesburg and the court held In their favour. The content of the petition is set down as follows for your consideration.

It states " It has been noted with great concern that the activities of certain NGOs have been increasingly and more intensely against the enforcement of laws and by-laws and by-laws aimed at making South Africa's town and cities safe for citizens.

The Non governmental organizations, such as SERI and others are collaborating in efforts to challenge the cleanup activities conducted by the city of Johannesburg's laws enforcement structures

This unlawful trading they seek to defend includes illegal and unhygienic food stalls and various merchandise stalls. The reaction of these stalls in this manner limits Freedom of movement for pedestrians on the pavements.

This forces pedestrians to walk o. The street edge which puts their safety at risk. The overcrowding of the pavements also results in loss of business for authorized traders who occupy stores along these pavements. These crowded pavements have also gained a reputation for being "no go areas". On a daily basis, ordinary citizens get robbed of their valuable possessions and perpetrators are never located due to the over crowning.


The need to clean up CBDs have been outlined on the petition. All south Africans are called upon to sign the petition so that these illegal traders will be take. Away from the pavements.

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