#UnrestSA: Army, police must 'crush' any future attempt to attack malls - MP Cedric Frolick

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Members of the South African National Defence Force inspect Ndofaya Mall after last week?s looting and violent protests.
Members of the South African National Defence Force inspect Ndofaya Mall after last week?s looting and violent protests.
(Photo by Gallo Images/Sharon Seretlo)

Member of Parliament Cedric Frolick said they have called on the police and army to use the necessary resources to prevent any further attempt to attack malls.

Frolick, the House Chairperson of Committees on Oversight and ICT, was at Maponya Mall in Soweto for an oversight visit.

Last week, residents took it upon themselves to prevent the mall from being attacked.

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