Police investigating break in at minister Dlodlo’s home

2017-09-04 16:22
Minister of Communications Ayanda Dlodlo. (File, GCIS)

Minister of Communications Ayanda Dlodlo. (File, GCIS)

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Johannesburg – The police have confirmed that they are investigating a case of housebreaking after an intruder gained access to Minister of Communications Ayanda Dlodlo’s Norwood home on Monday morning.

Police spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo said guards stationed at the home noticed the suspect on the premises.

The suspect then fled by jumping over the wall after seeing the police.

Naidoo confirmed that no items had been reported missing and that there were no reports of any injuries at this stage.

The Government Communication and Information System released a statement earlier in which it assured the nation that Dlodlo and her family were safe and unharmed.

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