ANCYL to march against crime in Daveyton
The ANC Youth League’s Mbali Hlophe says they’ve been working closely with the Daveyton community.
The Youth League says it will be marching with community members after increased car hijackings and robberies in the eastern Johannesburg township.
Crime stats released by the police ministry in Pretoria last month show that murders house robberies and hijackings are on the rise in South Africa.
Car hijackings went up for a second year in a row by 22 percent in Gauteng.
The ANC Youth League's Mbali Hlophe says they've been working closely with the Daveyton community.
"We will march to highlight the concerns of the community. We will speak about the rise in crime in the area and particularly the hijackings that have taken place."