Minister Bheki cele visits Hout Bay

Minister of Police Bheki Cele visited Hout Bay and had a meeting with taxi bosses on Monday.

This comes after taxi violence erupted in the area last week.

Eyewitness news reporter Monique Mortlock says the meeting turned into an Imbizo where community members expressed their concerns to the minister.

There have been two arrests. But one of those people is in police custody and the other one was part of the four deceased.

Monique Mortlock, Reporter - EWN 

READ: Hout Bay taxi-related shooting claims lives - Hout Bay CPF

They are still looking for one suspect.

Monique Mortlock, Reporter - EWN 

Find out what the minister has promised the residents of Hout Bay...


This article first appeared on 702 : Minister Bheki cele visits Hout Bay


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