Violent protests are a sign of governance failure: Salga

Salga president Bheke Stofile says violent protests across the country are a clear demonstration of the collapse of cooperative governance. #dstv403

JOHANNESBURG - Salga president Bheke Stofile says violent protests across the country are a clear demonstration of the collapse of cooperative governance.

Stofile says there's also no security in place to protect communities from falling victim to violent crime.

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Protests against crime and illegal miners have broken out across Thembisa and Kagiso in Gauteng.

"We request our communities to calm down and we request that those that have authorities to optimally use cooperative governance," he said.

"What we are seeing here even though there are elements of unhappiness and criminality this reflects to you this picture the collapse of cooperative governance. Because how in earth people will go and allow foreign nationals to come to the country without being documented... it puts strain on infrastructures... will there be any security in those areas? No there will be no security."

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