Urgent steps needed to prevent hijacking of metro by gangsters

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Citizens in Nelson Mandela Bay, and particularly in the metro’s northern areas and some townships, know first-hand the devastating effect of gangsterism on our communities.

For years, as far back as the 1950s when gang formation began in the wake of forced removals in the city, residents have lived in fear of gangs who, it would seem, became more organised as they waged drug and turf wars...

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