Phoenix-based community leaders have urged parents and guardians to protect their children, following the discovery of a decomposed body thought to be that of missing 9-year-old Miguel Louw.
A group of around 100 people, comprising religious leaders, police, community policing forums and security companies, gathered at the scene where the body was discovered.
There, religious leaders from all faiths, led by the Phoenix Religious Leaders Forum, prayed for peace in the area and for a gracious rest for the Sydenham boy.
A wreath was placed on the ground as songs were sung in his honour.
Speaking during proceedings, Phoenix police station commander Brigadier Bafana Ndlovu said communities were pivotal in the fight against crime....
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