Malawian FOREIGNER Gets ONLY 3 YEARS For Cable Theft WORTH MILLIONS - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Pretoria - It seems that the South African government has been custom made to serve the rights of criminals, as justice is never properly served in these courts. This comes as a Malawian cable thief has been found guilty by the Pretoria Magistrates Court, after stealing millions of rands of cables costing, South African tax payers millions every year. This guy will be out in less than a year and back on the street committing crime. Why can these foreign criminals be deported and serve time in their countries why does South Africans have to pay for their boarding and lodging after getting robbed by them? The Pretoria Magistrates Court on Wednesday convicted the 24-year-old Malawian male to three years imprisonment, which he will obviously not serve, because he will be out much sooner then that, in South Africa you only need to serve a fraction of your sentence to get set free on parole. The Malawian was arrested by Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD), and Cable Theft Unit members on 11 April 2021 in custody of 80m of copper cable in Tshwane.
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