The guys who gang-raped eight models in the West Village of Krugersdorp have been ordered to be arrested by President Cyril Ramaphosa.

The ANC's sixth national policy conference was held in Nasrec on Friday, and Ramaphosa addressed the 2,000 attendees. He said, "We have asked the minister of police and law enforcement agencies to immediately engage on this."

Read More: 20 Basotho Men Armed foreigners Rape Alex Girls

According to Brig Brenda Muridili, rape and armed robbery case are being investigated by police in Gauteng.

On July 28, armed men ambushed a production crew making a music video in Krugersdorp, West Village. The offenders robbed and raped eight victims. Lt. Gen. Elias Mawela, the provincial commissioner, has mobilized all available resources, according to Muridili.

Grandmother in court for failing to report the rape of her grandchild.

A grandma will face legal action for failing to report a child's rape. The 12-year-old grandson was raped by an uncle.

Ramaphosa claimed that Cele had been to the crime scene.

"We're looking into this horrible incident," Communities are terrified of murder, rape, gang violence, and armed robbery.

"Women and children are particularly vulnerable to male abuse," said Ramaphosa.

He claimed that crime affects the economy.

The economy is being held back by infrastructural damage, extortion on building sites, corruption, and high security and insurance expenses.

Governmental capture, inequality, and poverty have made these problems worse.

Ramaphosa has made enhancing law enforcement capacities a priority ever since the 54th national conference.

"We've done a lot to regain the trust of the SA Police Service, Hawks, and SSA,"

The administration is also re-establishing community policing forums and hiring additional police personnel to bolster public order enforcement.

The SAPS has multifunctional units to counteract economic sabotage and extortion at construction sites by business forums.

To combat violence against women and children, police training is necessary.

"The ANC government passed three new pieces of law to combat GBV and safeguard survivors.

The national strategy plan on femicide and gender-based violence, according to Ramaphosa, "was a milestone."

The development and execution of programs for GBV, drug addiction, teenage pregnancy, mental health, and LGBTQI+ activism depend heavily on community-based groups.

Eleven guys, according to ANC chair Gwede Mantashe, attacked eight models.

They shot a music video in a mine hole in the West Village.

We want to encourage minister Cele, who has been there, to work with the Gauteng premier because this community has been living in fear (David Makhura).

Mantashe: "It requires prompt action and a solution."