Gauteng police ready to combat crime during festive season

Gauteng Police Commissioner, Lieutenant-General Deliwe de Lange, says police are working with Metros and Gauteng traffic department to combat crime during festive season.

Lieutenant-General says police will be visible in mall as shoppers become targets during festive season.

Our malls are safe. We are all over.

Lieutenant-General Deliwe de Lange, Gauteng Police Commissioner

We have deployed police officers who are not dressed in uniform, working undercover.

Lieutenant-General Deliwe de Lange, Gauteng Police Commissioner

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