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Experts Warn People To Be Cautious After United States Embassy Notice

SAPS members and SANDF soldiers deploy in the Mitchells Plain area in Cape Town to enforce the Disaster Management Act and to ensure the adherence of the lockdown regulations on 20 April 2020. Picture: @SAPoliceService/Twitter

The United States terror threat warning must be taken seriously, according to the Institute for Security Studies.

It says to give such a specific warning there must be credible intelligence.

President Cyril Ramaphosa brushed aside the alert, saying South Africans will be warned if necessary.

He says a terror threat warning released by the US government is quite unfortunate.

Ramaphosa added that the country’s safety and security agencies will alert the government about any threats.

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