Fighting crime is our elevated priority

06 August 2023 - 00:00 By Panyaza Lesufi

The nation's alarming crime statistics show that Gauteng is rated number one for violent crimes like murder. At the same time, rape, robbery and common assault cases have gradually increased over the years. These are intolerable figures for the 15-million residents of the nation's economic hub. As outlined in this year's state of the province address (Sopa), the provincial administration has made crime-fighting one of its central concerns...

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