The conditions outlined by the provincial government included clear indicators of success and measurement tools needed to be put in place to track the effect the deployment was having.
They proposed a strategy which would allow a combination of law enforcement, community mobilisation, and availability of social service interventions to targeted groups. They also wanted a co-ordinated response from local, provincial and national government.
Ramaphosa announced the extension of the SANDF deployment on Monday.
Presidential spokesperson Khusela Diko said Ramaphosa had, in terms of Section 201(2)(a) of the Constitution, read with Section 19 of the Defence Act, extended the employment of the SANDF in crime-affected parts of the Western Cape until March 31, next year.