Illegal structures are removed in Bloubosrand by police officials

The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) together with VPS safety led an operation towards unlawful land invasion on September 1 in Bloubosrand.

The possession of those unlawful structures had continued to fester in many elements of South Africa.

According to a media assertion, the City of Johannesburg mentioned they’d launched an Operation Buya Mthetho which centered on restoring the rule of regulation in Johannesburg and making certain a safer neighborhood for its residents.

Operation Buya Mthetho continues to manage weekly operations in elements of the City’s areas. This is finished to cut back unlawful waste administration, unlawful promoting, unlawful road buying and selling, unlawful water and energy connections, conduct compliance operations at liquor shops and run street security operations.

Half-built structures are additionally demolished and removed throughout this operation. Photo: Twitter

“Illegal land invasion stays a severe scourge in the City of Johannesburg the place we see individuals illegally occupying items of land with out approval from the authorized house owners of the land,” mentioned Xolani Fihla, spokesperson of JMPD.

Police officials demolish illegally erected structures in Bloubosrand. Photo: Twitter

Fihla mentioned roughly 24 unoccupied, half-built and unoccupied, absolutely constructed unlawful structures had been demolished and removed. He added that there was no resistance encountered or accidents reported throughout the operation.

Unoccupied corrugated iron shacks are removed throughout this operation. Photo: Twitter

“We encourage members of the general public who witness or have any info relating to unlawful land invasions to name the Anti-Land Invasion Hotline 080 012 0555.”

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