Cops plead against bar owners', motorists' loud noise

Police closing bars PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES
Police closing bars PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES

Police in Tlokweng are appealing to bar owners and motorists to be considerate of noise levels as complaints from the public about excessive noise from entertainment venues persist.

Reports suggest that patrons at bars in the village are not only consuming alcohol in public spaces, but are also playing loud music from their vehicles, causing sleepless nights for residents.

Tlokweng Police Station commander, Superintendent Unoziba Rari expressed his concerns to The Monitor about the lack of peace experienced by residents who live in properties near the bars.

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