CITY OF JOBURG RETURNS 28 HIJACKED BUILDINGS TO OWNERS

CITY OF JOBURG RETURNS 28 HIJACKED BUILDINGS TO OWNERS

City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba says he is pleased that another hijacked building in the city has been handed over to its rightful owner, bringing the total of returned properties to 28

JOHANNESBURG – City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba says he is pleased that another hijacked building in the city has been handed over to its rightful owner, bringing the total of returned properties to 28.

The mayor says he is committed to cleaning the inner city and making it a prosperous and inclusive place.

Mashaba’s comments come after three women were arrested for hijacking a building in Ridgeway in the south of Joburg last night.

JOHANNESBURG – City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba says he is pleased that another hijacked building in the city has been handed over to its rightful owner, bringing the total of returned properties to 28.

The mayor says he is committed to cleaning the inner city and making it a prosperous and inclusive place.

Mashaba’s comments come after three women were arrested for hijacking a building in Ridgeway in the south of Joburg last night.

Tshegofatso Mathe / EWN

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