Operations OkaeMolao arrested more than 350 people in ( Gauteng Province ) BraamFisher
A total of 350 people were arrested during the latest Okae Molao operation.
Suspects include drunk drivers ,undocumented nationals and those who are breaking lockdown rules Police also clamped down on illegal shebeens and outlets flouting lockdown regulations.
Since the spread out of the Corona virus the Lockdown rules were implicated to try and minimise the spread. Then Curfew it's another story were people aren't allowed to Move around without a permission.
Now in level 1 one of lockdown Curfew Start at 00:00 Midnight Meaning all pubs and terven must Close. Non or them must operate by the curfew time. When injured or been involved in a Car accident by the time of Curfew you'll be arrested or finned if with no permission to be roaming around.
Those trying to break the law they'll be arrested.
Not wearing a mask in public is an offence.
Sanitize wear your mask and keep Social distance
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