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Hundreds of stolen phones were hidden in a shack house, which protesters in Kagiso found.

Hundreds of stolen phones were hidden in a shack house, which protesters in Kagiso found.

Source: https://twitter.com/mphoseleke1/status/1555210604985589762?t=LNdyjYxGjc4ZVzAXjgz6kA&s=19


South Africans have started dealing with criminals who have been caught in the act in a variety of methods throughout various communities because the country has a serious crime problem.

It's not a good idea to continue committing crimes in South Africa since the locals will use jungle justice, which is a horrific technique of dealing with offenders, to punish anyone caught doing so.



An important demonstration was held earlier this week in Kagiso to demand justice for the eight South African women who were gang-raped by alleged Basotho illegal miners in a Krugersdorp area used for filming. Since the incident, there has been a great deal of hostility between locals and visitors.

During the protests, it was discovered that a Zimbabwean man who resided in shacks in Kagiso and the surrounding area had hundreds of stolen old cell phones in his possession. The locals of Kagiso believe that these ruthless criminals operating in the area were responsible for the theft.

We all know that the heartless criminals who stole those phones may have stabbed, killed, or even severely injured the owners while attempting to take their belongings.

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