Crime is a highly punishable offence in South Africa, although many people are still commiting crimes such as stealing, kidnapping, raping despite knowing they will be punished severely when they are caught. Crimes are something most South Africa citizens have gotten used to, there's no day that passes and you don't see bad headline trending on all social media platforms.
If you can recall years ago during the (xenophobic atttack) when the citizens of South Africa started fighting foreigners who are said to be the ones involved in stealing, selling illegal and fake drugs to the society. Although they still reunited with foreigners again and lived in Harmony, but those days can never be forgotten because we lost the lives of many innocent and guilty individuals.
A 72 year old lady was arrested in free state today, according to the news reporters, the woman was arrested because he was caught selling Illegal drugs, when the searched her house, they found mandrax pills, 56 bank cards, more than 70 ID's, 3 passports, drivers license and money.
While looking at the news, you might want to ask questions like, where do she get all those drugs, who does she sell them to and why is she's with alot of ID's? Although the reason why she's doing it has not been announced but I think she has her reasons for doing it, maybe she's training her children.
This news has been trending on all social media platforms and some people have shared their thoughts, some said the woman should be given a second chance while others said she should be arrested and charged to court for her crimes.
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