Possibly, or by another fund,Not fan of government, but these 50 cars could have been sponsored by bmw
I also guess they will procure more BMWs for where the need exists.According to Ramaphosa, the AGU is a national competency which will also be rolled out to Gauteng and the Eastern Cape Province and wherever the need exists.
“This is a fantastic day, it is a day of great activity and a great demonstration of what we are going to do to go after the gangsters. Now, as we receive these cars and hand them over, these are high-performance cars that are meant to go after the gangsters, they are going to give capacity to our police officers to be there among our people to walk the streets, to drive around and to chase gangsters,” Ramaphosa said as he handed over the keys.
Tax payers. Look, finally something tangible. I don't see this as perception management. This is where tax payers' money (part of it obviously) HAS to be going. I support this 100% for now. I am bound to eat my hat at a later stage but am optimistic right now.Brilliant. 50 vehicles that need to be serviced (don't forget, they use them for personal purposes) on a schedule. Yeah, who's paying.
Kinda like the Special Task Force? Don't mean to derail just curious. Will go read some. Do you know what the antidrug units were called if not that?The Antidrug units were abolished some years ago, all those specialised cops (with the red insignia) either turned 'private', detective, plain old cop/traffic or transferred to other specialised units.
https://www.iol.co.za/sunday-tribune/news/specialised-drug-unit-disbanded-9538829No, but I knew some of them, they were essentially our version of vice.
Please explain.Sorry genetic, you fail to grasp the real issue.
https://ewn.co.za/2018/11/07/anti-gang-unit-making-inroads-in-fight-against-crime-in-western-capeA total of 10 arrests have been made this week. Two in Mitchells Plain and six in Philippi.
This brings the anti-gang unit’s total arrests to more than 60 since its operational deployment early in November.
yeah. And 50 BMW was the answer all these years to solve the gang problem.Please explain.
Or is the real issue that you are just using your typical TIA paint brush because it's the only response you have.
The cars have motorplans. It's a specially trained unit, the SAPS are doing something... it's what we desperately need.
Gang violence is a huge problem in Cape Town, but people like you would rather have others suffer because you think it's all a waste, because 'this is Africa'.
Does Cyril have an interest in BMW by any chance?https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/anti-gang-unit-revs-into-gear-as-ramaphosa-hands-over-50-bmws-20181102
50 BMWs ? And they came from where ?
Unmarked - I can't imagine brand new BMWs with sunroofs are a common site on the Flats !