The days of lawlessness in South Africa are gone as all government agencies are waking up to defend the rule of law in their various place of assignment. This became necessary following the increase in crime across the nation.
For sometime now, citizens under the umbrella body of Operation dudula and Put South Africa have been demanding for the enthronement of rule of law. The pressure movement have held protest in different cities across the nation in a bid to compel government to prioritize citizens and also coordinate the Affairs happening all over the country.
In a statement released by the agency and distributed in Park Station today;
"This note serves to ask you all to leave Park Station with immediate effect, in order to allow Prasa Management to finalize the Informal Traders Policy and Management Implementation thereof.
This is expected to take place over the next few weeks and Prasa will invite your representatives in order to discuss how this will be rolled out.
It is not acceptable for Informal Traders to force their way into Prasa premises, and this must be stopped with immediate effeyand Informal traders must leave Park Station immediately" the statement reads.
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