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Foreigners want money to go home" Black Twitter fumes as two ugly robberies rock Mzansi.

Forensic investigators are getting ready for the upcoming summer festival season. On Monday, two massive heists were carried out in Mzansi. Following the two horrible incidents in Gauteng, Mzansi is in amazement. 

The first heinous act took place in the Centurion Mall. Second time in a week that the mall has been the subject of a break-and-in. Another woman was slain in the mall just two months ago when she was shot by an unintentional bullet. Visitors to Centurion Mall are gradually becoming a no-go zone. With dogs and machine guns guarding every mall entrance, I was amazed by the level of protection in Kenya. South Africa ought to follow suit, as well. 

Krugersdorp, a city in South Africa, was hit by yet another bombing. A cash van looks to have been blown up and a car on fire in a video captured at the scene, where several SAPS officers can be seen. 

As is common, foreign nationals are being blamed for both heists. "In December, the peak month for undocumented immigrants, they need money to return home and feed their families. As a result of our prosperity, they're always on the prowl. As a result of the enormous migration of Africans, our country's resources are being taxed. The drabness of a black democracy is very jarring." A person on Twitter made a comment. 

Isn't it a xenophobic act to blame all crimes in a country on immigrants?


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