Currently in the republic of South Africa there are influx of foreigners from African countries, seeking for better living condition. Some of them are illegal immigrants but some are documented. This has been an issue with South Africans because of pressure which economy of the republic of South Africa is currently receiving.
Just a few days later,Soweto leader Nhlanhla Lux, was being hailed as a hero for spending five sleepless nights protecting Maponya Mall. "I am willing to risk my life," Nhlanhla said during the Free Zuma Protests which saw numerous malls vandalized amd burnt.
How is the defender of Maponya Mall related to President Kgalema Motlanthe or his wife, many people are curious about this relationship because Nhlahla Lux seems to be a young man who has made a name for himself in Soweto. He showed great leadership and bravery when protecting the mall when most members of the public had been seduced into looting, many did not even understand why they were doing it.
Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini, a member of the "Soweto Parliament" who helped secure the Maponya Mall during theft and vandalism in July, will lead a march to the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) offices in Johannesburg on Wednesday. The march, themed "South Africans are also human beings with rights," intends to highlight the importance of better respect to SA laws, such as registering and deporting illegal immigrants.
Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini, a member of the "Soweto Parliament" who assisted in the security of the Maponya Mall amid looting and vandalism in July, will lead a march on Wednesday to the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) headquarters in Johannesburg. The march, held under the theme "South Africans are also human beings with rights," aims to emphasize the need for greater adherence to SA laws, which include registering and deporting illegal immigrants.
Best a couple days later,Soweto pioneer Nhlanhla Lux, was being hailed as a saint for burning via 5 stressed evenings ensuring Maponya Mall. "i am willing to hazard my life," Nhlanhla said in the course of the unfastened Zuma Protests which saw diverse shopping facilities vandalized amd fed on.
As we all may have known, the Maponya hall is one of the most expensive and flamboyant mall in Soweto and has a lot of customers gushing in and out there. But many would not have known that the Mall is owned by the Kingsley Family and they live in Australia.
Due to the looting and a lot of damage done to this R605million worth Maponya Mall based in Gauteng Soweto it has been finally listed as permanently closed. This comes after the damage caused by these people was too much to handle for the mall owners. It has been declared permanently closed by Google, when you search for the name "Maponya Mall" it shows as permanently closed.
"Next time someone summons you to defend our malls think carefully" - Says A Tweep After Seeing This
Many members of the public are feeling some type of way, especially after they saw an image of Nhlanhla Lux rubbing shoulders with the likes of the transport minister Fikile Mbalula, and earlier in the year we saw him defending Maponya Mall in Soweto. Where he was successfully to able to fend off potential looters who were scouting the Mall, and looking to break inside and loot the goods which were inside.
Don't use this road, it is flooded. See pictures There was a hailstorm in Orlando around 2pm and although the heavy rain didn't last for a long time, it left the Klipspruit Valley Rd. flooded, causing a bit of traffic as one part of the road is being avoided by drivers.
Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini quickly captivated the hearts of South Africans with his extraordinary guidance. Nhlanhla Lux is a 33-year-old man who is originally from Soweto. He is a social activist as well as the head of Soweto. We were captivated by Nhlanhla Lux, who was interviewed throughout the instability that took place last week in South Africa.
Maponya Mall will not be looted: Meet the Courageous Man who created a human wall to defend the Mall
While our president and his leadership if fiddling as the country burns, this crisis is creating new courageous leaders. One such person is a young man called Nhlanhla Lux who has quickly mobilize his community members to take a stand against looters. His courage is becoming contagious as the weak man's spines are being stiffened due to his courage to defend the mall.
Cape Town – No occurrences of distress or plundering have been accounted for in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal in the previous 24 hours. This was affirmed on Tuesday by acting Minister in the Presidency Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, who said around 200 suspects had showed up in Gauteng courts this week.
On Wednesday 13 July, a few days into the rioting and looting characterized by President Cyril Ramaphosa as "rare acts of public violence in the history of our democracy," pictures of citizen-on-citizen violence began appearing on social media with increasing regularity. By this point, it was obvious that the police were overwhelmed and, as the president admitted two days later, "lacked the capability and planning to react quickly and decisively."
HUNDREDS of inhabitants in Soweto have tied up their boots to make a move against the financial harm of plundering and illegal conflagration around the country. A few community members in Soweto, including Pimville and Dobsonville, with the guide of the nearby taxi affiliation and the police, assumed responsibility for the roads and are dismissing any further endeavors to plunder and annihilate malls.
Meet a young man who saves Maponya Mall from looters Even as others who are not courageous enough to stand to the looters, there are brave people who will defend their international locations at all costs. Those people are individuals who apprehend what it seems like for one to visit bed with out ingesting anything due to the lack of employment.
A few days later, Soweto's leader Nhlanhla Lux was praised as a hero who spent five dormant nights protecting Maponya Mall. Nhlanhla said during the Free Zuma protests, that many malls were vandalized and burnt. "I'm ready to risk my life." Also reportedly Maponya Mall was listed on the targeted mall and Nhlanhla took it over to ensure that the mall was spared from the ferocious looters.
A united team of Pimville residentse are out in numbers to protect the last mall that is still standing in Soweto which is Maponya mall. Maponya mall is the only mall which has not been looted in Soweto. Other malls like Dobsonville Mall, Protea Mall, Jabulani Mall, Shoprite stores in Zola, Usave and Protea Gardens mall have sadly been looted.
Meet a young fellow who saves Maponya Mall from plunderers who loot malls. While other people fear to stand and defend their communities from looters, there are bold individuals who will ensure their community no matter what. These individuals are the individuals who comprehend what it seems like for one to hit the sack without eating anything in view of the deficiency of work.
Meet South African Hero Who Saved “Maponya Mall” From Looters Alone, Mzansi Bow Down & Applaud Him While other people who are not courageous enough to remain to the marauders, there are valiant individuals who will ensure their nations no matter what. These individuals are the individuals who get what it seems like for one to head to sleep without eating anything due to the deficiency of business.