Gun violence persists in Cape Town

Gun violence persists in Cape Town

2020-02-17 07:15:00 PM

Gun violence persists in Cape Town

There are demands for more action to curb gang-related violence on the Cape Flats.

READ:A police officer was gunned down by four men in his home last week.It's believed the killing is gang-related.READ:Soldiers deployed to Cape Town accused of assault"The SANDF was not going to be a silver bullet," said Allen.He stated the need for improved crime intelligence and an improvement in the societal approach to gun violence and gangsterism.

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N Cape Department of Agriculture wages war against stock theft - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.The Northern Cape Department of Agriculture is partnering with farmers and police to curb stock theft. In 2019 farmers lost hundreds of animals.