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View What Bheke Cele Said About Foreigners Owning Properties to Warn them

View What Bheke Cele Said About Foreigners Owning Properties to Warn Foreigners

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If you can think back to two years ago, you will be able to recall the time of xenophobic attacks, assassinations carried out by South African citizens against pariahs who are alleged to have a connection to taking, drug production, violence, and other intrusions that are supporting the status quo.

Many people, however, have disregarded this shocking incident that claimed the lives of numerous committed and decent newcomers.

Although the unpleasant event has long since passed, for those whose family or friends were affected, it still lingers in their memories. May their soul find fulfillment in the extraordinary past.



As the South African Minister of Police since February 2018, Bheki Cele shouldn't participate in any more performances. Surprisingly long before miserable direct charges led to his suspension in October 2011 and departure in June 2012, he served as National Commissioner of the South African Police Service.

It was mentioned that bheki cele discovered that they can't allow pariahs to have all the spaza shops in South Africa in a video that has been standing apart as really newsworthy on all news complaints. This claim has generated a lot of discussion online; some people believe that South Africa's envy is the justification for xenophobic attacks, while others have stuck with Cele's position.

It's completely off-topic for him to say that, in my opinion. Given what he and other greedy South African tenants accomplish in Mzansi, it suggests that they are desirous and despise untouchables.

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