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WATCH: Albert Fritz speaks on curbing crime and violence in Cape Town

Communities are held hostage by ongoing gang violence and government neglect.
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Western Cape Community Safety MEC, Albert Fritz, is to meet Police Minister, Bheki Cele, in Parliament today.

They will discuss ongoing crime, including the gang crisis.

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Fritz says over two thousand people have died, linked to gang-related violence since November last year.

Meanwhile, a commission of inquiry into gang violence is expected to be announced by the Human Rights commission this week.

More: sabcdigitalnews


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