JMPD Irritated With Loadshedding Badly Affecting Its Manpower and Traffic, SA Reacts: "Then Hire More" – Briefly.co.za – Briefly

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JOHANNESBURG – The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) has voiced its frustration about the current Stage 6 loadshedding's effect on the traffic in Johannesburg.
JMPD shared it will not be sending off extra officers to control congested traffic during the roll-out of loadshedding, reported TimesLIVE.
Xolani Fihla, the spokesperson of JMPD said the department has other pressing issues to attend to and can't have officers at all intersections
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Even though motorists have also expressed their annoyance with the insufferable traffic in Johannesburg, Fihla spoke to SABCNews and urged civilians to refrain from directing traffic during loadshedding because it's illegal and dangerous.
South Africa's comments are below:
Mike Van Dyk said:
Stephani Rowles wrote:
Jackie Msolo suggested:
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Briefly News reported that it's quite hard to follow the law when officers of the law break the rules too, and that is how one Johannesburg resident felt after being handed a fine for having an expired licence disc.
Unhappy with his ticket, Mikey Klipin took it upon himself to check the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department's (JMPD) officers' licence disc and found that the vehicle also had an expired licence disc.
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