Crime in KZN rising due to lack of police officers, say unions

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Police are lacking resources in KZN.
Police are lacking resources in KZN.

A shortage of manpower and lack of resources in the police force have been identified as some of the issues contributing to the rise of crime across the province.

This is according to police unions who say that they are worried about this trend. Shortage of police vehicles has been identified as a major problem.

Bethuel Nkuna, of the Independent Policing Union of South Africa, told Weekend Witness that these problems have been ongoing for some time now.

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