'If you close down informal enterprises you are going to double unemployment'
WARNING: The story contains graphic images.
A man has been arrested in possession of over 20 cow heads in the Johannesburg CBD.
Mayor Herman Mashaba tweeted a picture of the man, who can be seen pushing a trolley with the cow heads.
Azania Mosaka spoke to South African Research Chair in Development Planning and Modeling at Wits, Philip Harrison about city bylaws.
I have just personally stopped this illegally act in our city. How do we allow meat trading like this? I am waiting for @AsktheChiefJMPD to come and attend before we experience a breakdown of unknown diseases in our @CityofJoburgZA pic.twitter.com/55YjLkBvZb— Herman Mashaba (@HermanMashaba) November 12, 2018
Our EM @HermanMashaba has just effected a citizens arrest.— Tembeds (@AsktheChief01) November 12, 2018
Whilst traveling along Harrison& Smit he came across a member of public conveying cow heads in a trolley ¬ covered which is a health hazard.
The suspect is an undocumented person &will subsequently be charged. pic.twitter.com/V69N1j9Ryn
If you close down informal enterprises you are going to double unemployment.Philip Harrison, South African Research Chair in Development Planning and Modeling at Wits
We are facing a conundrum and we have to deal with it.Philip Harrison, South African Research Chair in Development Planning and Modeling at Wits
We need to interrogate the bylaws and which are absolutely essential for the safety and security of citizens.Philip Harrison, South African Research Chair in Development Planning and Modeling at Wits
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