4 FOREIGNERS Assasinated A Man In Vanderbijlpark After They Kidnapped Him - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Vaal - foreigner are busy killing South Africans in South Africa. So many South Africans are murdered on a daily basis, but the ANC government is quiet.There can be only one reason why the murder and robbery rate in South Africa is so high. Because illegal dangerous foreigners from across Africa are walking over thr SA border, with no other intention than to murder rape and kill a South African. South Africas crime rate was never so high, until foreigners were allowed to walk over thr border freely by the ANC government EFF.This comes after four foreign nationals were arrested after they kidnapped and murdered a man in Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng police said on Wednesday. These types of crimes by foreigners on South Africa happen on a daily basis, but SA is told by the government that thry are xenophobic when they complain, about illegal foreigners in South Africa.
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