Qiang Zhuang was abducted by a ten men gang after which ransom was being demanded and paid. More money was also requested for his release but it was not paid. However, the victim was released without any hurt or injuries.
"Kidnapped victim released: Cape Town. Qiang Zhuang, a Chinese Citizen, was abducted on 22 April from Kuils River by ten men. Ransom was paid and more money was later demanded. It was not paid. The victim was released in Goodwood. No arrests have been made."
Some people have reacted to this in different ways, take a look at some of their responses below;
"My friend, come to North West, Potchefstroom, we don't care about kidnapping, raping, murder, hijacking, and robberies. We drink beer. What will you be doing in Cape Town? They got Cape Flats there."
Ah, yes, the old Potholestroom. A lovely town that's very close to my heart."
"They must go where is saver than South Africa or go back to Asia."
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