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Security companies and police urge people not to circulate fake or incorrect messages on WhatsApp groups.

It’s been a quiet weekend, with roads open and clear along the coast this morning.

There are many voice messages being forwarded to WhatsApp groups, the police and the Democratic Alliance  has requested that this stops immediately as it is creating fear among the community.

“I have inundated with various voice notes and messages regarding the alleged shut down and chaos to start up on Monday, July 19. The messages have been redirected to the MEC of Safety and Security,MEC Peggy Nkonyeni as well as the provincial police commissioner, Lieutenant General Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi,” said Sharon Hoosen, DA’s KZN spokesman.

Only report issues that you have seen and can confirm is true as you will be responsible for the post.

Umzumbe farmers have reported that all the farming areas of Fairview, Umzumbe, Pumula, upper Melville, Southport, Sea Park up to St Faith’s road to Illovo are quiet and employees are back to work.

All municipal workers have been requested by municipal manager Max Mbili to return to work.

All service delivery duties will continue from today, including refuse removal.


Article written by: Shona Aylward

Photo credit: Ommcom News


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