In South Africa today, there have been a lot of criminal activities perpetrated by different foreign nationals such as Zimbabweans, Nigerians, Pakistanis, and many others. These foreigner only came to South Africa to acquire wealth through illegal means.
The kidnappers, that is, two Soutj Africans and two Pakistanis were demanding R800,000 ransom from the victim and are willing to kill him if his people refuse or fail to pay the ransom.
This Information was made known to the public through Twitter account @ Abramjee of a certain South African man known as Yusuf Abramjee when he said that "A Bangladeshi businessman kidnapped in Mayville, north of Pretoria twelve days ago has been rescued by police. The kidnappers demanded R800,000 ransom. Four men, two Pakistanis and two South Africans have been arrested. Two vehicles have also been seized".
With the rise in kidnappings in South Africa, the government is advised to strengthen immigration laws in South Africa.
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