Joburg Metro Police Department ( JMPD) is in quest to make Johannesburg a clean and conductive environment and they had been eradicating unpermitted street vendors and impounding their goods in the city.
It is also very well known fact that South Africans are under the umbrella body of operation Dudula agitating for an end to the influx of illegal immigrants and the deprivation of citizens right by the foreigners.
Meanwhile, the members of Operation Dudula in collaboration with the police have successfully evicted street vendors occupying popular De Villiers road in Johannesburg.
This a major road that most of the time is occupied by foreign nationals selling second hand goods like clothing and kitchen utensils.
Vendors often cover pedestrian walkway and pavements with their goods resulting to congestion of the road and it causes road gridlock. It is said that earlier today the road was more calmer as many traders were not in sight.
SOURCE: Source: https://twitter.com/JoburgMPD/status/1541311662589976576?s=20&t=YzOkzGFvQAoHDAnH-SXcZQ
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