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Foreigners Selling Along De Villiers Road Threaten South Africans as Police Chase Them Out of Way.

The South African police must be commended for all their do just to protect the interest of the people and that of the state in general. They hardwork is unmatched and they won't be forgotten in a hurry.

For sometime now, we have been experiencing a heavy presence of street vendors in Johannesburg and one of the roads where these traders occupied the most is "De Villiers" road. They sell all manner of contraband products like, Second hand clothes, shoes, bags, belt, electronics and so on.

In fact, it is a well known fact that the activities of this traders are obstructing free flow of movement along the road resulting to constant road gridlock.

However, the South African police intervened yesterday's evening as their moved to the area and chased away all the street vendors, but one significant thing that caught the attention of many was the fact that these traders were threatening South Africans right in front of the police.

Some of them even packed up their goods and asked the officers to come and carry it if that's what their truly want to do.

In a statement released by Be positive on Twitter:

"Here are Nigerians threatening South Africans in South Africa.

All the people you see on the video are not South Africans. 

Over 4 million Nigerians live in South Africa illegally.


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