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Street traders are central to food security in Johannesburg. But since being declared an essential service under lockdown, street trade in South Africa’s biggest city has returned to uneven ground
The City of Jo'burg has admitted in court that lawful informal traders were removed from the streets along with illegal ones in Operation Clean Sweep.
An informal trader has laid criminal charges against metro police officers for allegedly assualting her and another hawker.
The City of Jo'burg will face two similar court challenges next week, seeking to interdict the "illegal" eviction of informal traders from the city.
The City of Jo'burg is about to face its second court application regarding the "illegal" removal of informal traders from the inner city centre.
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