ZIMBABWEANS Are Over 50% In Townships With ILLEGAL ELECTRICITY - SA patriot Cries Out
South Africa, Social Media - South Africa definitely needs more robust laws if these accusations are true. In Zimbabwe, the offense for illegal electricity connections are punishable by at least 15 years in prison, but in South Africa politicians like Julius Malema calls them heroes. As a consequence in Zimbabwe you will never see illegal connections in the country but South Africa is a banana Republic governed by foreigners. In South Africa the ANC government is playing, they are not serious, crime is crime. This comes as a South African Patriot on Twitter alleges that Zimbabweans occupy at least 50% of all informal settlements in South Africa with illegal electricity connections, he also alleges that Zimbabweans in SA are the first to do land grabs."The issue of Zimbabweans it's serious in all informal settlements Zimbabweans are over 50% with illegally connections of electricity and water. Majority of the land grabs are Zimbabweans on sundays they are all over with white garments. Let's take our country back to us."
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