Currently there are issues which seems getting out of hands in the Republic of South Africa, were crime seems to be something which people are getting used as.
Last week, people in some of communities in Johannesburg have taken matters into their own hands and hunt down the Zama zamas, following the gang rape which happened in Kagiso.
During the community meetings with different stakeholders, the community told the minister of police in the Republic of South Africa Bheki Cele that they want soldiers to be deployed to assist police.
Minister of Police Bheki Cele promised that they will try by all means to end crime, more especially of Zama zamas. Finally, minister of police today, take that matter to Parliament of the Republic of South Africa.
"The police cannot deal with zama zamas on its own", Cele tells Parliament.
Cele suggested that companies employ private security services to guard and patrol properties and areas of operation to minimise opportunities for illegal miners.
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