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Six City law enforcement staff came under attack in a space of a week

The City of Cape Town has condemned the attacks on its law enforcement staff. According to the municipality, six of its enforcement services officers came under attack, this week. SUPPLIED: Facebook - JP Smith MMC for Safety & Security, JP Smith says a group of men assaulted two Law Enforcement Officers in Hout Bay, on Monday, while they were issuing a fine for an amaphela taxi found to be obstructing traffic. Then, late on Thursday afternoon, four traffic officers were taken to N1 City Hospital for medical treatment after an incident in Milnerton that resulted in the arrest of two suspects. Smith said two of the officers were conducting enforcement operations in the area, when they spotted an overloaded Toyota Quantum, just after 5pm. ‘’The driver refused to stop, and after a short chase, he was brought to a halt, but immediately started assaulting the officers and resisting arrest. A second taxi then stopped, and that driver too joined the assault. The officers managed to

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