There has been a call for all Zamazamas to be expelled from the mines after the horrific ordeal the eight women went through a few days ago, they were filming a music video when twenty armed men dressed in Basotho blankets pounced on them and ordered everyone down, they ten reportedly raped them and took turns raping them, with some of the women raped with at least 10 men, since then there have been protests in the West Ra area.
A video of three Zamazamas at work mining has appeared on social media, and one of them is heavily armed in order to prove that they will not be intimidated by anyone who tries to disrupt them.
One of the illegal miners, who wasn't wearing a top, had a huge riffle on his back and three small guns around his waist, which meant he was always ready for battle. The other two illegal miners had tops on, so you could tell they were focused and serious about their work.
After raiding the mines, the Zamazamas and the South African Police Services got into a shootout. They're always ready for war and won't hesitate to shoot at the cops, who they consider their enemies.
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