https://www.facebook.com/108965810884293/posts/pfbid02NeYjrNg95eyLWkgc4PiVeXF274h9pXLBU7Ge5exZkjckCTfT7WG51xw8RhqGEpNAl/ If there is something that the entire Africa must know is that South African youth is lazy to work with their own hands. They expect things to come to them. RSA Youth is so obsessed with drinking, partying, sex and acting like they have made it in life on social media.
(Picture: reenactment) Police have secured the successful arrest of a 35 year old Somalian man outside Ba-Phalaborwa at Namakgale (Limpopo Province), he is currently detained on a charge of rape after it is alleged that community members caught him red-handed with a 10 year old child.
The K9 and Tactical Unit of the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) were able to seize two non-South African nationals (a male from Zimbabwe and a male from Mozambique). Because the defendants were found to be illegally possessing medication and ammunition for a firearm, this goal was achieved.
Following the discovery by TMPD officers that two foreign nationals (one from Zimbabwe and one from Mozambique) were in illegal possession of medicine and firearm ammunition, K9 and tactical unit members of the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department seized and arrested the suspects (TMPD). In the early hours of Sunday, 4 May 2022, officers of the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department's (TMPD) K9 and Tactical Unit received information from members of the community about a Spaza business selling medications in Olievenhoubosh, which they investigated.
A South Africa patriot and member of #OperationDudula posted a viral Tweet of what #OperationDudula did to foreigners running Spaza Shops in North west. See what he said in his Twitter account @21_Be_positive“Thank you North west, Shut down all Spaza Shops!! Why should foreigners run Spaza shops here in South Africa.
“We are peacefully reclaiming our township economy. Township Spaza shops are for South Africans. The time is coming when we won't be nice." Said Ntlantla lux MY OPINION - The economy is not in spaza shops. Look at the bigger picture. The economy will only be attained by targeting the means of production.
The situation in Morokweng is gradually getting out of hand following the riot which broke out in the city yesterday. Reports coming in from North West this morning clearly show that things might escalate if left unaddressed by the government. You would recall that angry South African residents of Morokweng in North West were angered by the recent abduction of a community member by unknown gunmen.
South Africans Do not want to Open Spaza Shops but Keep Fighting Foreigners Doing So - Zim Man Fumes
The reactions of South Africans regarding the dominance of Foreign nationals in our country has continued to stir controversy among citizens and immigrants. South Africans have always complained about the overwhelming presence of economic illegal immigrants working and doing business in our country without contributing to the growth of South Africa.
“ALL SHOPS IN MOROKWENG SHUT DOWN. All foreign owned Spaza shops and Supermarkets have been shut down by the furious community of Morokweng. This follows after a couple of foreigners allegedly kidnapped one of the South Africans for a couple of days. Furthermore, the community is accusing some foreigners of selling drugs to young kids.
The Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) K9 and Tactical Unit individuals have gotten the useful catch of two far off nationals (a Zimbabwean and Mozambican male) after they were found in unlawful obligation regarding and ammo of a gun. As shown by the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department News report, lately, Sunday,1 May 2022, the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) K9 and Tactical Unit individuals got understanding data from neighborhood about a Spaza shop selling solution organized in Olievenhoubosh (Gauteng Province).
Zimbabweans in Cosmo City and Diepsloot are scaring other foreigners and South Africa by robbing spaza businesses on a daily basis.. Since we are dealing with a lot of illegal activity, it is apparent that these individuals' actions will have a negative impact on the situation and the country.
The people of South Africa have had enough of the foreigners who are roaming the streets in this country committing all sorts of crimes and nothing is done about it. Law enforcement seems to be lost in all of this as they are not doing anything about the matter.
There are no legal Spaza stores in the country since the municipality does not enforce its own bylaws, according to Dr. Motsoaledi on Powerfm Kuyafana We require food, not legislation. Our brothers, including myself, are unable to run a convenient spaza and be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and give my employees a negative attitude.
South Africans are fed up with the fact that foreigners are free to roam the streets and commit crimes, but nothing is done to stop them. Law enforcement doesn't seem to know what to do about any of this because they aren't doing anything. Being in this country illegally is a crime in and of itself, but most of the time, people who are breaking the law are protected, even as active South Africans suffer.
Police have gotten the effective capture of a 35 year old Somalian man outside Ba-Phalaborwa at Namakgale (Limpopo Province), he is presently confined on a charge of rape after it is claimed that local area individuals discovered him in the act with a 10 year old kid.
South Africans are fed up with foreigners breaking the law and getting away with it in their nation, yet nothing is being done to stop them. The police appear to be completely baffled by the situation, as they are doing nothing to address it. More often than not, persons who illegally enter a nation are protected from prosecution, while those who work hard to improve the lives of South Africans are left behind.
A Somalian was found with her held captive in a store after she was asked to buy airtime. A 35-year-old Somalian guy was caught beyond the Ba-Phalaborwa in Namakgale (Limpopo Province). yet he still is presently imprisoned on a sexual assault charge after local residents allegedly captured him crimson with a 10-year-old kid.
Police in Hlogotlou under Sekhukhune District, demand general society to help with finding a missing 16-year-old young lady, Florence Semokelo Ntuli from Legoloaneng town outside Monsterlus. She was purportedly last seen by her sibling, Vincent Ntuli, on Thursday, 21 April 2022 around 18:00, after she went to a close by Spaza shop.
Officers found a Spaza shop run by immigrants and were astounded by what they saw. The K9 and Strategic Units of the Tshwane Cosmopolitan Law Enforcement (TMPD) have successfully apprehended two undocumented immigrants (a Zimbabwean and a Mozambican male) who were discovered in unlawful goods of drugs and bullets for a handgun.
The Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department's (TMPD) K9 and Tactical Unit were successful in apprehending two individuals who did not have South African citizenship (a male from Zimbabwe and a male from Mozambique). This objective was accomplished as a result of the discovery that the defendants were unlawfully in possession of medicine as well as ammo for a handgun.