KZN VIP protection services has warned people against taking the law into their own hands.
They say those found doing so will be dealt with.
The unit has also raised concerns about the police’s response to the ongoing unrest.
“We strictly condemn vigilantism,” KZN VIP Protection CEO Glen Naidoo said.
“We won’t accept it. We will apprehend them and send them to the police; if and when necessary. We are not going to accept it and we have warned [people].
“We have a Facebook page and a Facebook group that we have been warning the community: If you get caught, if you get involved with vigilantism, you’re as good as a criminal.”
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