Gauteng police say security has been beefed-up ahead of Saturday’s Soweto derby and the Ultra Music Festival.
Kaizer Chiefs play Orlando Pirates at the FNB stadium on Saturday and at the nearby Nasrec Expo Centre, dance music lovers will enjoy the Ultra Music festival.
?No ticket sales at the stadium
?Please come early (ticket holders)
?No Toyota Zone
?There will be road closures around the stadium
?There is a music show at Nasrec on the same day. Please plan accordingly
?Wear your Gold & Black#Amakhosi4Life pic.twitter.com/9FyMgssIWJ
— Kaizer Chiefs (@KaizerChiefs) February 25, 2020
INCREASED POLICE VISIBILITY
Gauteng police spokesperson Mavela Masondo says there’ll be increased police visibility in and around the two venues.
“As much as we have put plans in place to ensure that these events become crime-free, the cooperation and assistance from the attendees are of paramount importance for us to achieve our mission. We appeal and urge the public to immediately report any suspicious or criminal activity. We advise the public to be vigilant and cautious, not to expose their valuables like cellular phones and wallets. The public is also cautioned not to leave their valuables, like laptops, exposed in the cars and to ensure that cars are properly locked.”
Ultra Music Festival Johannesburg 2020 Live Stream Free Online
— Live Music HD (@LiveMusic_HD) February 28, 2020
In December 2018 music revellers attending the Global Citizen Festival at FNB stadium detailed how they were robbed, mugged, assaulted and sexually harrassed outside the stadium after the show ended.
In the video below seven suspects are arrested in connection with the attacks on people who attended the Global Citizen festival in 2018