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CoJ MMC Tembe: We are planning on tackling more general crimes in 2022

JOHANNESBURG – City of Joburg officials say they are planning to tackle more general crimes and pollution for 2022.

With areas such as Hillbrow traditionally a hotspot for crime especially over new year, Safety MMC David Tembe said there will be change in the City of Johanneburg this year.

He said there are plans for change also to keep the city clean: “We had a workshop were Pikitup is going to look at having bins at every corner [of the city].”

And he said there is a plan for general crime: “Remember, we had over 1500 officials that were said to be unqualified. They were qualified but that was just a political gimmick. We will try put those 1,500 officials in the inner city and ensure that wherever we have our CCTV cameras, they are being monitored.”

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