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Police Minister, Bheki Cele, says a shortage of police officers to combat crime is not only a problem in the Western Cape, but a national one. The minister is set to meet local leaders from Bonteheuwel next Tuesday to address their concerns about high crime levels, gangsterism and a lack of proper policing across the city. This follows criticism by the Total Shutdown Campaign of the police’s handling of crime. Cele says additional resources will be allocated to the Western Cape: “The issue of the shortage of police personnel in the Western Cape is a national issue, it is not them only. Thus far, we have pulled people from other provinces to increase the numbers in that area. We agree, we’re working on numbers of people we’re going to send on training. We are not going to give the number now, which is more than a thousand people, and those people will be trained for cape town.”

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  1. Bekkie is talking rubbish like usual and like all ANC f**k ups. We dont need those rotten police in Bontas we need the ARMY. And by the way those people that are so brave in Bontas must think of catching those gangsters and exercise Kangaroo Courts, F**k that useless police. BUT THEY ARE OBVIOUSLY SCARED OF THEIR OWN CHILDREN!!! The reason why the residents dont want to exercise Kangaroo Courts is because their own children are involved with all those atrocities: rapings, murder, child abuse, drugs, and robberies and JP Smith knows all about it that’s why they chased away JPSmith because he was going to tell them the truth Right in their faces. DO THE RIGHT THING; CATCH YOUR CHILDREN AND THROW THEM INTO JAIL OR EXERCISE KANGAROO COURTS!!!

  2. too much talk far too little action. Stop passing the blame and tackle the crime head on

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