A leader of the Diepsloot community has been arrested, and protests over alleged crimes by illegal foreigners are still going on.
In the midst of ongoing protests in Diepsloot, community leader Lefa Nkala has been detained following the residents’ demand for action against illegal foreigners suspected of involvement in criminal activities.
The demonstrations come as a result of mounting concerns over the safety and security of the community.
Residents of Diepsloot have united in their plea for the removal of these individuals, asserting their right to live without fear in their own neighborhood.
Determined to make their voices heard, community members have vowed to continue protesting until their demands are met.
Law enforcement agencies have responded to the protests with the use of stun grenades and rubber bullets to disperse a small crowd that had gathered in the area. However, the protests have not subsided and continue to gain momentum, highlighting the growing frustration and urgency within the community.
The situation in Diepsloot underscores the challenges faced by communities grappling with concerns of crime and security.
Residents are demanding immediate action and a permanent solution to the protests to ensure their safety and bring calm back to the community.