Nov 29, 2022

Mawazo Writing Africa

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No major looting or attacks on shops after threats of national shutdown

No major disruptions, looting or attacks on shops were reported on Friday, according to the government’s National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure (Natjoints), which coordinates law enforcement operations.

According to unsigned messages and it were Shared posters calling for a national shutdown. Natjoints said it was taking steps to ensure stability in the country. Natjoints also urged people to work with law enforcement to uphold and enforce the law.

“Natjoints is therefore pleased to report that there have been no major incidents, no major disturbances, no looting and attacks on businesses have been reported nationwide,” police said in a statement.

It said where roads in Isipingo, KwaZulu-Natal were burned with tires and the R33 in Carolina, Mpumalanga, from When truck drivers were blocked, police quickly intervened to clear the streets to ensure traffic could flow.

“Natjoints takes this opportunity to extend a message to all law enforcement officials, communities, local businesses, the Thanks to the transport industry and private security companies for the cooperation and patriotism shown in preventing and combating accidents and forms of crime.”

Thanks to Natjoints Also thanked local businesses and the community for working with police on Thursday night to disperse a crowd gathered outside a shopping center in Hammarsdale, KwaZulu-Natal.

< p>“Overall, Natjoints is pleased that the country is stable and the free movement of people has not been restricted. The patriotism shown by all people in the country should be commended and appreciated.”

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