The high increase of unnecessary dispute in our country South Africa is something we should worry about because issue of security is every citizens business.
This came after a man was reportedly shot amidst the seemingly escalating dispute between taxi drivers and foreigners as the dimension of their quarrel changed.
According one of the eyewitnesses who took to tweeter to narrate about the event he said "I was there yesterday. It happened around 4:30pm his name is J, he was a mashall for local taxis going to MTN and selling sweet as well.
However, the event has sparked a lot of reactions online as many South African citizens has continued to call for peace. We are brothers, if not because the Europeans partition Africa during imperial activity, some Africans wouldn't be seeing themselves as unnecessary enemies.
Therefore, let us work together with each other and allow the spirit of brotherhood lead us.
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