While some have blamed the high crime rate on foreigners in the country, others have ascribed it to a lack of jobs and the fact that people are struggling and hungry.
Sadness has spread across South Africa with the news that one of the country's most beloved actors had died in a robbery. According to sources, the actor was assaulted during a home invasion in February and has been in the intensive care unit at a hospital since then.
"It causes me a great deal of pain." Consider how his family and daughter are feeling. "It just hurts," he expressed his dissatisfaction.
Siyanda had been in a coma since February 15, after being hurt in a house burglary, according to Zola.
Siya was scheduled for surgery on Monday, Zola added, in the hopes of recovering, but that was not the case, and he has since died away.
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