Monday, May 05, 2014

Security tighten ahead of elections

Mluleki Mrwebi
05 May 2014

The South African Police have arrested 63 people this as 84 cases were reported including public violence, intimidation, assault with intent to cause grievously bodily harm, malicious damage to property and the contravention of various sections of the Electoral Act. 

Police Spokesperson General Solomon Makgale said police will employ a zero-tolerance approach to people seeking to derail the elections. 

Makgale said police and the army have been deployed in hotspot areas, they security cluster Ministers have visited and monitored these areas.

He added that any offence related to the disruption of elections, carry a fine of R100,000 or five years in jail.  



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