Spike in carjackings, home robberies evident citizens not safe in their most personal spaces

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Police Minister Bheki Cele.
Police Minister Bheki Cele.
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South Africans are increasingly at risk of becoming victims of violent crime in their homes, cars and even business premises.

Carjackings, aggravated robberies at residential and non-residential properties, and commercial crimes have been hotspot crime factors during the first three months of 2021.

When compared to the same period last year, all these contact crimes have shown a drastic increase.

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