The South African Police Service (SAPS) has gone on high alert after receiving intelligence of planned armed raids on police stations, allegedly for the purpose of stealing weapons. These alleged planned raids form part of a second wave of violent attacks by supporters of former president Jacob Zuma, who are angry about his incarceration earlier this month for contempt of court.
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