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Diepsloot residents launch door-to-door campaign to recover looted items

‘We are saying no to the barbaric behaviour of looting,’ warns Diepsloot Residents’ Association

The Diepsloot Residents’ Association went on a door-to-door operation to recover items that were looted by community members from a nearby shopping centre.

Akim Zulu, the secretary of the association, said they received tip-offs on Tuesday morning on where the stolen items were within the community.

“When things happened, we had a meeting early in the morning and we decided to stay at Bambanani Mall to stop community members from looting, as there were some who wanted to go back to loot...

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