Look at what's going on around us right now; foreign nationals are still being blamed for this massive car hijacking and theft as if South Africans aren't sometimes involved when they are also involved big time.
The irony of the situation is that South Africans don't seem to be getting involved in crime in mzansi, while South Africans never stop blaming citizens of neighbouring Zimbabwe for the country's myriad problems.
See what recent events have been like in Zimbabwe's (Bulawayo) capital city with these snapshots.
The police in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, detained the driver of this South African Quantum when they demanded access to his bonet in order to verify the vehicle's ownership and roadworthiness and instead discovered copper cables. Copper wires worth up to R200,000 were discovered here, and the driver was almost certainly a South African taking his chances, as evidenced by the vehicle registration numbers.
So, now that taking chances resulted in the way it did as seen on the pictures, this has prompted a wide range of emotions. look at what some South Africans are saying about it all so far (read the comments in the screenshots attached below please)
What do you have to say now, in light of the fact that you believe the story would have been different if it had taken place in South Africa and that the Zimbabweans may have been subjected to massive attacks?
Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments section, and while you're at it, be sure to follow my account to stay up to date on all the latest happenings.
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