Phoenix security company condemns vigilantism

eNCA reporter Ronald Masinda was on the scene. Courtesy of #DStv403

DURBAN - KZN VIP protection services has warned people against taking the law into their own hands.

They say those found doing so will be dealt with.

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The unit has also raised concerns about the police's response to the ongoing unrest.

"We strictly condemn vigilantism," KZN VIP Protection CEO Glen Naidoo said.

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"We won't accept it. We will apprehend them and send them to the police; if and when necessary. We are not going to accept it and we have warned [people].

"We have a Facebook page and a Facebook group that we have been warning the community: If you get caught, if you get involved with vigilantism, you're as good as a criminal."


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