South Africa is currently in a very deep mess that will take a whole lot of time to deal with. Each day we keep hearing of very sad stories of how foreigners are destroying the lives and properties of our fellow countrymen.
You would recall that last week we released a report of a South African young forex trader who was spiked and attacked by carjackers on his way.
A protest was organized on his behalf by concerned South Africans who intended to register their displeasure with the appropriate authorities over the atrocities happening around the country.
His car was first spiked and he came down to check what had already happened and he was suddenly mobbed by five hefty men and his car and other valuables were taken away from him.
"So after protesting at the blyde forex trader Prince went to go visit his son in Sosha. While driving back home on the Mabopane R80 highway, his car got spiked and 5 foreign nationals came out of nowhere and started robbing him.
He is at Akasia hospital with head and leg injuries.
They stole his laptop, phone and withdrew about R11 000 from his own bank account."
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