GroundUp: Gugulethu residents go on 24-hour patrol

By IAfrica
In South Africa
Aug 11th, 2014
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Residents of Ward 44 in Gugulethu have taken matters in their own hands to combat crime in the area. About 122 volunteers have signed up to do community policing work, which encompasses patrolling the area 24 hours a day, checking sewage problems and collecting rubbish material. The group has divided itself into three shifts, working around the clock from 7am. By Johnnie Isaacs for GROUNDUP.


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