A South African national and an anti Crime activist Yusuf Abramjee said in his Twitter account @Abramjee that " Here is drone footage taken today. Golden drive between snake road and Putfontein, Benoni. The Zama Zama's are running massive Operations."
Source and Link: @Abramjee Twitter account.The Hawk and the SAPS sent drone to track the illegal minings and the drone captured a footage at Golden drive between snake Road this is where there are running a massive operations.
There were out in their hundreds around Germiston. There is a village of illegal buyers and gold processing plants. Locals are asking where is the South African Police.
We need to arrest both the illegal mining (Zama Zama's) and also the illegal buyers. This shows that many South African business men or some govt officials might be sponsoring this illegal mining. Because of the full equipment their had.
The buyer captured in this video footage was also armed with heavy fire arm. This Show this illegal mining is more than drug business.
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