KZN MEC KAUNDA CONDEMNS THE TORCHING OF A GO DURBAN TICKET OFFICE IN CLAREMONT AND SEVEN TRUCKS IN THE CONSTRUCTION SITE IN PINETOWN

KZN MEC KAUNDA CONDEMNS THE TORCHING OF A GO DURBAN TICKET OFFICE IN CLAREMONT AND SEVEN TRUCKS IN THE CONSTRUCTION SITE IN PINETOWN

MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison Mr Mxolisi Kaunda has condemned the torching of seven trucks in the construction site in Pinetown and a Go Durban ticket office.

Preliminary reports revealed that three unknown men went to the construction site depot in Pinetown where they allegedly tied and blinded a security guard and torched seven trucks that were parked. The security guard was unharmed.

In a separate incident, three unknown men allegedly burnt down the Go Durban ticket office in Claremont. Police have not confirmed if these two incidents are linked.
Kaunda has condemned the two incidents and urged people to use proper channels to raise their grievances.

Kaunda urged the police to move swiftly in finding the perpetrators of this despicable act.
“These incidents harm the image of our province and we want to warn those who are involved in this criminal act that they will face the full might of the law”, said Kaunda.

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