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Mathews Mogotlane (left) says cops take excessively long. Matome Manaka says they need effective insurance. Photographs by Collen Mashaba. 

Speedy police reaction to wrongdoing is a crucial piece of wrongdoing battling – however in excess of 2 000 police vehicles are unavailable in Gauteng! 


DA Gauteng shadow MEC for local area security, Michael Shackleton, said on Monday, 12 April that this data was uncovered by Police Minister Bheki Cele in his answer in the National Assembly. 

Shackleton said this was an expansion of in excess of 700 vehicles since November. 

He said they were approaching Cele and Gauteng Community Safety MEC Faith Mazibuko to guarantee that the 2 170 police vehicles that are unavailable are quickly fixed. 

Police headquarters said to be hardest hit incorporate Vereeniging cop shop with 100 inaccessible police vehicles, Benoni Police Station at 82, Springs cop shop at 65 and Protea Glen Police Station at 58. 

It's perceived that there are 5 967 operational police vehicles in the territory. 

Shackleton said Cele expressed that his specialization has sent laborers from different carports to the issue carports to address the high number of unavailable vehicles. 

Mathews Mogotlane of Rabasotho segment in Tembisa said occupants frequently stood by excessively long for police to react to calls. 

"We are told the police van dispatched is in another space taking care of another wrongdoing. When police go to the crime location, suspects have escaped," he said. 

Another inhabitant, Matome Manaka said: "We urgently need proficient police insurance." 

Right now there are 32 police vehicles unavailable in Tembisa and 36 in Tembisa South.

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Collen Mashaba. DA Gauteng MEC Mathews Mogotlane Michael Shackleton


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