Guard assaulted during demolition of illegal housing in Napierville in Pietermaritzburg

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Msunduzi municipality continued demolishing illegal structures erected in Napierville yesterday.
Msunduzi municipality continued demolishing illegal structures erected in Napierville yesterday.
Moeketsi Mamane

An Msunduzi Municipality security guard was assaulted by a land invader during the demolition of illegal structures in Napierville on Tuesday.

Acting municipal spokesperson Ntobeko Mkhize told The Witness that the operation had to be stopped because of the invaders’ resistance and attacks on municipal employees.

The municipality only managed to demolish one big house.

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