Joburg ( TDTNEWS ) – Police have arrested suspects in Joburg after they kept 12 Somali nationals against their will. It is alleged that criminal syndicates run a ‘ human storage ‘ facility that is used to house people from outside SA at a ransom. When these people come from Somalia and other countries, they are taken hostage and ransoms demanded for their release.
Most people were left in shock after someone defended this whole thing on Facebook and said South Africa is being invaded by people from all walks of life and different modes are introduced daily, things that South Africans don’t think of. Our fellow brothers are being fed drugs yet our African brothers are cleaning illicit money by taking over our cities and towns.
So to most people this led to a conclusion that this act is done by South Africans just to spite foreign nationals, they believe that this is done so that foreign nationals will end up giving up and not coming to South Africa anymore as they are regarded criminals and jobs thieves.
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