This includes a station commander and a head of visible policing.
He said the people of the Western Cape needed the army "because they want safety".
Soldiers have been used in similar missions before but violence has peaked in recent months in the sprawling townships.
In a statement, the SANDF confirmed that it had been tasked and authorised to deploy various SANDF elements to render assistance to the South African Police Services (SAPS) in the identified crime-ridden hotspots in the Western Cape.
After initially reporting the deployment would begin today, the army has stalled while necessary paperwork is carried out.
"We'll do that at Khayelitsha, Philippi, East Harare, Gugulethu, Mfuleni, Kraaifontein, Mitchells Plain, Bishop Lavis, Delft, Elsies River, Nyanga.where people have been dying", Cele told MPs. Bheki Cele, the Police Minister, said the military deployment would last three months and see troops backing up police officers. "It is on that score than I challenge all generals in the South African police to surrender their uniforms if this situation does not improve".
Cape Town, a global tourist destination with stunning coastal and mountain scenery, has the highest murder rate in the country according to the latest official crime figures. "This means that many of our most vulnerable residents in the province are living in a war zone", Fritz said after more than a dozen murders over one weekend last month.
But, deploying the army, which occurs regularly over the festive season when crime spikes and soldiers back up normal policing activities, is not a lasting solution, analysts said.
Many wealthy people live in fortified homes with high walls topped with electrical wires, CCTV monitoring and armed guards.
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A group of legal experts has been finalizing the wording of the deal to be signed by both sides in the coming days. Days later internet on fixed land connections was restored, but the mobile 3G and 4G services remained cut.
The operation has the backing of President Donald Trump and is expected to be carried out in at least 10 major USA cities. U.S. authorities plan to start arresting immigrants eligible for deportation in 10 cities this weekend, U.S.
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Security official Abdiweli Mohamed said several heavily armed gunmen forced their way inside the hotel, shooting as they went. Somali Journalists Syndicate said in a statement that two journalists based in Kismayu had been confirmed dead in the attack.
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Western countries rebuke China at UN for detention of Uighurs
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US Mulling 18-Month Sanctions Relief on North Korea
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Magnitude 4.6 quake rumbles western WA
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Maui Runaway Brush Fire Prompts Order To Evacuate
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Dwight Gooden arrested for cocaine possession
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Deutsche Bank cuts mark end to failed bid for global scale
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