NATJOINTS on state of readiness for 20th AGOA Forum

NATJOINTS  state of readiness for the 20th AGOA Forum 

The National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure (NatJOINTS) comprising of various Government Departments led by the South African Police Service (SAPS), the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) and the State Security Agency (SSA), has put measures in place to ensure the 20th AGOA Forum takes place in a safe and secure environment. 

A Safety and security operational plan is already being enforced , with all critical role players already on the ground to execute their various responsibilities as per their mandate.

Police visibility has been heightened in and around the Johannesburg Expo Centre with the aim of preventing and combating any form of opportunistic crime, pre- during and post the event. 

Only those in possession of accreditation to attend will be allowed near the venue and restricted areas. 

Those found with fraudulent accreditation, will face the full might of the law.

Lost cards must be immediately reported to the South African Police Service. It is a serious offence to exchange cards amongst colleagues.
Residents of Johannesburg and those who are operating businesses within the vicinity of the Johannesburg Expo Centre are advised about road closures for the duration of the event. The affected intersections in the Nasrec precinct as reported by JMPD include:

  • Nasrec Road and Recreation Road
  • Nasrec Road and Randshow Road
  • Randshow Road and Commerce Street
  • Nasrec Road and Landbou Road
  • Golden Highway Road and Randshow Road
  • Ring 1 and Ring 2
  • Golden Highway and Stadium Road
  • Nasrec Road and Stadium Road

The NATJOINTS thus assures all dignitaries, attendees and spectators that multidisciplinary and integrated teams are already on the ground and are ready to deliver a safe and secure event.
Media enquiries:
Brigadier Athlenda Mathe
Cell: 082 040 8808

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