It's funny how when South African nationals in Westrand went to destroy the zama zama's informal settlements about two weeks ago, a lot of people were out in number calling South Africans xenophobic and heartless because they were making sure that the zama zama's has no place to stay as they are even here illegally to begin with and they be practicing some illegally mining and other vicious crimes as well, It's funny how when South African nationals in Westrand
Nevertheless, it would appear that the zama zama clan has no plans to depart Mzansi in the near future.
My information indicates that: Some of them went around snake park (next to phase 2 in bramsfitcher) to start a new informal settle. Luckily, the JMPD saw it then then happened " see pics attached below "
The police did not even give the idea of them starting an informal settlement a chance before they destroyed it right away, leaving a lot of South Africans with so much to say. Here is what some South Africans has had to say about the destroying of this informal settlement read the comments in the screenshoots attached below.
Given all of this information and the current state of affairs, do you think it would be a good idea to sweep up all of the country's informal settlements, given that these communities appear to be the ones that contain criminals and illegal immigrants who pose a threat to society? I mean, look at it this way: people who live in informal settlements are typically the poorest of the poor, who are willing to do anything, including commit crime, for money for food. Given this, don't you think it's high time we start keeping an eye in this informal settle to see who's who?
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