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The unit confirms that 19 arrests were made in Joburg for contravening various regulations.
Following a briefing, the police officers will head out to different strategically planned areas where they will man the roads and neighbourhoods. #StayHomeSA #21daysLockdownSA pic.twitter.com/5cHr00zjkc— Carte Blanche (@carteblanchetv) March 26, 2020
Joined by the SANDF, the police now make their way to the Joburg CBD as well as Hillbrow. We are met with a seemingly endless string of police vehicles. #21daysLockdownSA #StayHomeSA pic.twitter.com/V1NiZXNTVR— Carte Blanche (@carteblanchetv) March 26, 2020
Just a friendly reminder to all concerned. This exercise is to combat the spread of the virus and flatten the curve. So the virus is the enemy, not each other.— ProVerb (@ProVerbMusic) March 26, 2020
As we make our way through the Joburg CBD, the team comes across a group of people loading a taxi. "Where are you going with a taxi this time of night? You have 3 minutes," the officers order. #21daysLockdownSA #StayHomeSA pic.twitter.com/PA5bLWZKu7— Carte Blanche (@carteblanchetv) March 26, 2020
The SAPS, JMPD, SANDF and private security companies are now moving deeper into Alexandra. A number of residents have already been caught driving well past the midnight curfew. #StayHomeSA #21daysLockdownSA pic.twitter.com/yBA8ppmoAB— Carte Blanche (@carteblanchetv) March 26, 2020
This is where our journey with the brave members of the SAPS, JMPD, SANDF and other security personnel comes to an end. But the fight against #COVID19SouthAfrica continues for these men and women for the next 21 days. #StayHomeSA #21daysLockdownSA pic.twitter.com/CPzxs2QvxW— Carte Blanche (@carteblanchetv) March 27, 2020