South African metropolitan police department said in their Twitter account @JoburgMPD that “ Integrated multidisciplinary Operation conducted by #JMPD & social development department officers identifying hotspots for occupied by women who are using children to beg for money at the intersection & removing them #Jo'burgwork.
The Jo'burg police and social development department round up street beggar in Jo'burg at intersection most of these beggars are foreign national using small children to beg and sometimes cause traffic jams in the above mentioned places. The Police rounded them up and some if them uses begging as means if livelihood because their are lazy.
Most of the beggar accounts for people who brought them into South Africa and most of them takes this as a job. When the police arrested them their found out that no of them was disabled or less privilege.
After this was posted most south Africans that commented on the Tweet said there should be deported just likely Ghana did to Niger beggers in their country. While other suggested grants should be given to them by the Government.
Below are the comments of South Africans who commented on the Tweet.
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