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Finally, look what minister Bheki Cele told the Parliament about Zama Zamas

In the Republic of South Africa, there are problems that seem to be getting out of hand, and people seem to be getting used to crime.

After the gang rape in Kagiso happened last week, some people in Johannesburg took matters into their own hands and started looking for the Zama zamas.

During the meetings with different community members, the community told Bheki Cele, who is the minister of police in the Republic of South Africa, that they want soldiers to help police.

The Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, said they would do everything they could to stop crime, especially Zama zamas. Lastly, Minister of Police of the Republic of South Africa, take this matter to Parliament.

Cele tells Parliament that the police can't handle zama zamas on their own.

Cele suggested that companies hire private security services to watch over and patrol their properties and areas where they do business. This would make it harder for illegal miners to get a chance to work there.

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