JMPD Chief runs successful operation to cleanup the City of Johannesburg

The new Chief of the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department, David Tembe, recently launched Operation Nomakhanjani in the Joburg CBD. The operation, which aims to clean up the City and get the citizens to comply with City by-laws, was a huge success.
This multi-disciplinary operation consisted of all the City of Joburg Departments and Entities. As early as 1pm, there were 20 unroadworthy taxis impounded for not having transport documentation, one electrical connection was uncovered and disconnected at a building in Rahimma Moosa Street, Five truck loads full of street traders’ goods were confiscated for contravention of City By-laws in Rahimma Moosa Streets and Harrison Streets. The fees for retrieving impounded goods is R2815 for vehicles and non perishable goods, and R1425 for perishable goods
Operation Nomakhanjani will be done three times a week.

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