The police and armed forces are in Vlakfontein in Johannesburg making sure residents stay inside their houses. The authorities say they are responding to reports of people breaking lockdown rules. Our reporter Tshegohaco Moagi is in Vlakfontein. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - The call among other things on day 18 of the nationwide lockdown has been for people to stay at home.
However, this seems to be a problem in some areas and authorities are clamping down.
The South African Police Service, together with Johannesburg Metro Police Department and the South African National Defence Force are conducting compliance operations in the south of Johannesburg.
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