Hijacking hotspots: Readers share crime-prone roads in SA

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<B>HIJACKING HOTSPOTS:</B> Readers share some hijack hotspots in SA. You can view the areas in our interactive map included in this article. <I>Image: Wheels24</I>
<B>HIJACKING HOTSPOTS:</B> Readers share some hijack hotspots in SA. You can view the areas in our interactive map included in this article. <I>Image: Wheels24</I>

Cape Town - Earlier in November, the National Hijack Prevention Academy (NHPA) released a list of hijacking-hotspots  in some major SA cities.

The organisation's latest list shows hotspots in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban. We've included the full list of locations at the end of this article.

How prevalent is vehicle crime in SA? Carjacking has increased by 14.3% in all provinces, according to the 2015/16 annual crime survey released by the South African Police (SAPS). Carjacking was highest in Gauteng.

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