Due to the increasing level of crime happening in South Africa at a very high rate, many citizens are constantly advising the government on how best to handle the situation.
This advises may not go down well with many individuals but they do so to ensure that sanity is restored back to South Africa.
In recent times, there's been a whole lot of reported cases of clear violation against South Africans. This violation happens across different sectors and it seems the government is doing nothing about it.
Meanwhile, a South African man known as Freeman on Twitter has advised the government of South Africa to reintroduce death penalty for anyone that is convicted of crime against South Africans. This he claim will serve as a deterrent to individuals intending to go into criminal activities.
According to his statement on Twitter and it reads:
"Death Penalty in South Africa should be brought back especially for illegal foreigners convicted of crimes against South Africans they should be electrocuted, hanged or face firing squad."
As a South African, do you think that reinstatement of death penalty will deter people from committing crimes in our nation?
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