SAPS Vehicle EXPROPRIATED Without COMPENSATION In Middelburg - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Middelburg - When you think you have seen it all in Mzansi then booom this. South Africa has become a real joke and, lately not even the South African police service, is getting any love from the community. This comes as a group of protestors in Middelburg’s township of Rockadale have expropriated a police vehicle without compensation. This comes as clashes between police and and neighborhood members resume over the rise in municipal rates and taxes. In the viral video a crowd of protesters can be seen hanging off the sides of the police vehicle while the rest of the crowd cheers, at the sight of the vehicle moving through the street. This is very embarrassing for thr police service. How can they protect the community if they can't even protect themselves or their equipment? This is very bad, what do you think about this situation? Do you agree with these protesters or do you think they should be arrested? Please leave a comment below.
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