The South African communities seems to be uniting on a case of fighting against crime and illegal immigrants in the country. A known fact is that, when the community stand together to achieve one thing which they all agree about, you can't defeat them because their unity will produce a good work.
Foreign nationals in South Africa have ignored so many calls by South African groups who continually say that they must go back to their countries. Community members from ext 78 in Polokwane, Limpopo have allegedly dealt with 1of 5 alleged illegal Zimbabwean thugs handfully.
The people around the area say that they are apparently tired with the level of high crime rate. They are alleging that the crime is being done by foreigners on a daily basis. Unfortunately they also claim that, even @SAPoliceService is apparently failing them.
However the community must be very careful on taking pictures when dealing with matters of mob justice. This can take a sharp twist if a perpetrator can die, get hospitalised or open a case. There have been people who were jailed for many years for this kind of activities and some even died in prison.
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