Police are investigating a shocking video of what appears to be VIP protection unit members.
They were caught on camera brutally assaulting two people on the N1 in Johannesburg.
Police say they are in the process of tracing the victims to get statements from them.
They say an internal departmental investigation is also underway.
Authorities say preliminary reports confirm the vehicles in the video belong to the SAPS.
National Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola has condemned the act.
The DA wants immediate action against what it calls ‘blue light bullies’.
#sapsHQ The process to trace the victims who are seen to be allegedly assaulted by #SAPS members is underway. After being made aware of the incident captured on a video clip that is currently doing the rounds on various media platforms, the SAPS management has begun the process… pic.twitter.com/RTgdZqUU4l
— SA Police Service (@SAPoliceService) July 3, 2023
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