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A rape accused, a negligent firearm handler and bribery suspects are some of the law enforcement officers that issue traffic offence tickets and bring to book members of the public who violate other by-laws in the Emalahleni Local Municipality in Mpumalanga.

The law enforcement officers have, according to insiders, been carrying out the work of qualified traffic officers and wearing their uniforms, even though they do not qualify because of their criminal records and lack of qualifications.

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