City of Cape Town Human Settlements MMC Malusi Booi
- A taking pictures occurred at a Cape Town housing mission building web site over the weekend.
- The City of Cape Town is providing a reward for info on the incident.
- Additional safety has additionally been applied on the web site.
The City of Cape Town is providing a R5 000 reward for info on a taking pictures at one in every of its housing initiatives.
Three contractors have been shot on the City’s R500-million Delft Symphony Way housing mission over the weekend.
Police spokesperson, Captain FC van Wyk, mentioned the incident was beneath investigation.
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“Reports suggested that three males were busy on a construction site in Symphony Way on Saturday when they came under attack. The occupants of a white Toyota Tazz fired gunshots, which resulted in the trio sustaining injuries,” he mentioned.
The victims have been transported to a close-by hospital.
Van Wyk mentioned:
The motive for the assault is presumably extortion. Delft police are investigating three counts of tried homicide.
The City has since beefed up safety on the web site.
“Law enforcement agencies are monitoring the situation, and the City would like to make it clear that it will not tolerate criminal attacks, community interference or acts of extortion against its projects,” mentioned the City’s Mayco Member for Human Settlements Malusi Booi.
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“Members of the community are encouraged to stand with the City for the benefit of 3 300 beneficiaries from some of the most vulnerable areas, including Blikkiesdorp, Malawi Camp and Freedom Farm.”
Booi mentioned nameless tip-offs could possibly be reported to 0800 1100 77, with a reward of R5 000 supplied for info that will result in arrests.
The mission is predicted to be accomplished in direction of the tip of 2026.
“We are committed to seeing this project to its conclusion in the agreed-to timelines to the benefit of some of our most vulnerable beneficiaries. Project timelines have not been impacted by the recent incident, but it is absolutely critical that members of the community help us to complete this project without further bloodshed,” mentioned Booi.
“Anonymous tip-offs and information leading to the arrest of criminals targeting the project will help to safeguard the project.”
Booi added that the City’s legislation enforcement companies and the South African Police Service have been consulted. He mentioned legal instances have been opened with the police, and extra on-site safety had been applied.