The level of lawlessness in South Africa is quite overwhelming lately. Our government is watching helplessly as our country is drifting down to anarchy and there's nothing anyone can do about it.
Foreigners flood our country, set up businesses without proper licencing and they make money from selling Illegally made products.
In a picture that is currently circulating online, a secret yard where Chinese nationals manufacture Illicit canned foods has been uncovered.
The manufacturers could be seen standing on top of the raw materials used in producing the products with dirty legs and sweating body.
The pictures has raised so much controversy on different social media platforms as people keep calling on South African government to carry out investigation to ensure that these people are arrested.
This very attitude should not be left without proper investigation.
This are some of the pictures gathered below:
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