Security Forces on alert in KZN following threats of criminality

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Following voice notes and other messages threatening violence and criminality in KwaZulu-Natal, police officers and other security forces are prepared to react to any event which may contribute to the breakdown of law and order.

KwaZulu-Natal Police spokesperson Brigadier Jay Naicker said officers will be deployed strategically to respond swiftly and deal with those who act unlawfully.

Naiker added that security forces have also taken note that a planned event at the Gugu Dlamini Park for Sunday was not approved by the Ethekwini Municipality as permission was not obtained by the organisers from the Parks and Recreation Department. “We are appealing to those that may react to the misleading voice notes, not to partake in any activity where the laws of the country may be broken.”

Naiker further said they are once again urging citizens to refrain from reposting voice notes and messages that they receive as some of them are obviously fake. “Police will not hesitate to deal decisively with those found contravening the law.”

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