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Monday, 11 October 2010

Eyewitness News: ’Gang violence’ erupts in Cape Town suburb

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Eyewitness News: ’Gang violence’ erupts in Cape Town suburb: "One person has been killed and at two others wounded in what is thought to be a spate of gang-related shootings in Cape Town.

Locals in Hanover Park said there were at least three separate shootings in the area on Monday morning.

This is the latest flare-up of violence in the suburb, which has in the past been the scene of ongoing battles between rival gangs.

The local community policing forums’ Abrahim Abrahams said the incidents are both gang- and drug-related.

“I’m not happy with what’s happening. We are going to use the full force of the law to try and bring this under control,” he added."

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