The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department have been working tirelessly to ensure that the residents of the city move about their normal business without fear of being attacked by criminals.
The Police department launched an operation targeted at clamping down on all forms of crime and perpetrators. One of the area ransacked today is Hillbrow which is known for harboring criminals who engage in all kinds of act.
The officers also arrested about three vendors who were selling along the road causing obstruction. Some persons were also arrested for being in possession of hard drugs.
The operation was led by Johannesburg MMC Tembe David and he said that the operation is aimed at keeping the city safe from further damage caused by illegal business activities and crime.
Items displayed at unauthorized places were confiscated by the officers.
This is a welcome development and we are optimistic that other region will follow suit so that South will return to what it used to be.
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