How dangerous is Kempton Park?
THE latest crime stats released by the Minister of Police show a sharp increase in hijackings in Kempton Park. At the same time there was a slight decrease in house robberies, burglaries and car theft. The latest statistics are for the period April 2016 to March 2017.
Is Kempton Park a good area?
Kempton Park is a city in Ekurhuleni in the Gauteng province, South Africa, and is part of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. Kempton Park is perfect for raising families as the homes in the area are traditionally spacious in nature.
What is Kempton Park known for?
Kempton Park is next to one of the largest townships in South Africa known as Tembisa. It also boasts a large industrial zone known as Spartan which holds many chemical manufacturing and other industrial sites. In addition, Kempton has a large coal power plant known as kelvin power station.
What is the crime rate in Kempton Park?
Crime rates in Kempton Park, South AfricaLevel of crime84.26Very HighProblem people using or dealing drugs76.72HighProblem property crimes such as vandalism and theft79.31HighProblem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery80.36Very HighProblem corruption and bribery86.61Very High8 more rows
Why has Kempton been abandoned?
All races at Kempton Park have been abandoned for Wednesday evening (June 12) due to a “major water burst” at Thames Waters Hampton pumping station. The racecourse, in Sunbury, announced the decision at around 12.05pm following an earlier precautionary inspection.
Which country has highest crime rate?
Countries with the Highest Crime RatesVenezuela (84.36)Papua New Guinea (80.04)South Africa (77.29)Afghanistan (76.97)Honduras (76.65)Trinidad and Tobago (72.43)Brazil (68.31)Guyana (68.15)More items
Is Kempton abandoned today?
Todays meeting at Kempton has been abandoned due to ice crystals in the track. Sundays fixture at the Sunbury venue was called off due to snow and officials had planned to inspect the track at 9am.
Is Kempton Park Racecourse closing down?
On 10 January 2017 the Jockey Club announced the closure of the 230-acre site by 2021 for a total of £500 million investment programme over a 10-year period that was submitted for consideration following the local authoritys Call for Sites to address unmet local housing needs.