Committed forces are operationally ready to resume duties around Cofimvaba and Ngcobo in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, to put an end to crime and other vices.
Security Watch Africa reports that Cofimvaba Junior Management Core, together with different units and structures are expected to prevent crime, monitor compliance with Liquor Act and Disaster Management Act Regulations in different areas of Cofimvaba.
In his address to operatives, NGCOBO Chief, Brigadier Mjali welcomed all the members on duty ahead of operational duties at a parade in Ngcobo.
Similarly, Operation Commander, Colonel Ngalo briefed the members on parade on the operational plan and the expected outputs of these operations.
“The operations will take place in Dalasile, Ngcobo Central Business District (CBD) and residential areas. The operations is really evident of multidisciplinary approach as it is joined by SAPS partners, the Department of Traffic from Chris Hani District in Queenstown.
“The operations will also concentrate on taverns to check compliance with the Liquor Act Regulations and Covid-19 Disaster Management Act (DMA) regulations as well as Vehicle Check Point (VCP),” he said.