A lady was hijacked a few days ago and till this day there is no trace at all, she is the mother, and sister; her family is worried sick about her. People on social media are also worried sick because the country, South Africa has become wicked. According to the report, South Africa is leading with the highest rape-related crimes, and for that reason, people can't manage to calm down when a woman is missing.
The lady was hijacked at Duduza Nigel and she was taken with her car "She was hijacked and taken with the car at Duduza Nigel, she is still not found, VW white Tiguan: plate number JG 81 MX GP" Reported Stolen car Mzansi.People rushed into the comment section to share their thoughts. Those who know this place where this hijacking took place said this place is just a crime when always "This Nigel Duduza place is becoming ruthless" Revealed a Twitter user. The majority of Twitter users were just playing that this lady comes back alive and safe "Oh my God, I pray she is fine" said a Twitter user. "I pray she is found and safe," said another Twitter user.
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