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Police Minister, General Bheki Cele, on Sunday morning, 05 April 2020 welcomed the general decrease in serious and violent crimes, attributing this to amongst other factors, the prohibition of the sale and movement of liquor since the COVID-19 nationwide lockdown. The 2019-2020 National Crime Statistics are yet to be officially released by the Minister of …

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Two trucks have been set on fire, allegedly by disgruntled workers. Taxi Times is on the scene and will make more info available as it becomes available.  

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