Everyday, South African people are faced with criminality often perpetrated by foreigners living in South Africa. These criminals have been busy vandalizing different government properties and this action has brought us to the dilapidation state where we are now.
In a recent development, a zimbabwean man was caught by locals in Johannesburg while he was trying to escape with copper cables worth over R500,000.
During interrogation, the suspect said he stole the cables from an electric transformer and he was taking it to an undisclosed location where it is sold.
The residents who couldn't hold back their emotion descended on him before the arrival of the police shortly. He was taken away by the police for further investigation and possible prosecution.
This will also serve as a deterrent to criminals who are working tirelessly to destroy public facilities. People are watching and the resultant effect would be disastrous.
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