SAFM 8am News Bulletin

A second person has died following yesterday's violent attacks in Johannesburg. The second body was found after midnight with gunshot wounds in the Denver area south of Johannesburg. The first victim was stabbed with a sharp object earlier in the evening yesterday. The attacks come after a splinter group broke away from a crowd that was listening to former IFP President Mangosuthu Buthelezi who was addressing hostel residents in Jeppestown where he called for calm. They attacked several businesses in the process. Seventeen people have been arrested so far. Joburg Metro Police spokesperson Wayne Minaar... [TAKE: SB
INCUE: So both of
OUTCUE: on the road
DURATION:0'17"] So both of the deaths will have to be investigated to see if they are linked to violence yesterday. The situation is calm at the moment and the traffic flow is normal. However we still encouraging motorists to avoid Jules street in Malvern due to the debris......on the road.

Tshepo.Phagane@jhb 09/09/2019 Rhulani