The Justice, Crime Prevention and Security Cluster Ministers are holding a media briefing on the recent incidents of violence in different parts of the country. The cluster is expected to outline the plans government is implementing to restore law and order in the country.
Around 12 people have been killed in recent violence and dozens of shops destroyed.
The cluster assured residents that its investigating team was working day and night to root out all forms of corruption within the ranks of law enforcement. Police officers were also warned to display high morals as well as to protect and serve communities.
“Therefore, if police officers are found to be working with drug peddlers, they will be dealt with in the harshest manner, as they are expected to live by the principles that are stated in the Constitution and the SAPS code of conduct.
“We call for calm as investigators are working day and night to bring those who are suspected of shooting and killing Baloyi to justice. As the cluster, we want to send our deepest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the deceased person. All those responsible for this heinous crime will be brought to book and will face the full might of the law,” said Dlamini. On Thursday, the ANC in Tshwane said it was “disturbed” by the riots that left shops looted and some buildings set alight. The party also called for calm and urged taxi operators to allow for the law to take its course.
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