The leader of ActionSA, Herman Mashaba has recently given warnings to the nation of South Africa, he seems to believe things will only get worse within the South Africa borders. “People think it's a joke, but organizations are watching this lawlessness in South Africa, biding their time, waiting for their opportunity. This government is completely unprepared,” he said.
Herman took it to Twitter to warn south Africans about how the government is not even prepared for bug organizations that are patiently waiting for their turn, how the warning was a little bit vague which is one of the biggest reasons people jumped to their conclusion. Rumours are that Mashaba’s warnings are tight up to the current unrest between taxi drivers and Somalians in some parts of Southern Africa.
Mashaba seems to believe more will follow and the current lawlessness in South Africa would be one of the causalities. It can be suggested that these “Organizations” that mashaba is talking about will want to commit serious crimes in South Africa because they are aware that they will get away with it. It might sound a little bit farfetched until you realize the department of justice have been doing a very job at making sure that wrongdoers face the music.
South Africans on Twitter considered Mashaba’s warnings. Some people even suggested the so-called “ Organizations” are already here, they used the recent Phoenix massacre and Eastern Cape unrests as reasoning.
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