The Illegal diggers in South Africa are truly not finding it simple to work in the country as they have end up becoming a serious objective short-term because of the wrongdoing executed by their partner in Krugersdorp last week.
Some gathering of Illegal excavators prevalently known as Zama-zamas allegedly assaulted eight South African women who went to a leave mine to shoot music video for their impending venture.
Since the episode occurred, the entire city of Johannesburg, Kagiso in Krugersdorp especially have taken things a smidgen far in a bid to show their disappointment over the devious demonstration carried out by the lawbreakers. The occupants of the city marched out in mass and scoured the entire city looking for fierce excavators and hoodlums taking shelter in their rural areas.
Notwithstanding, a woman known as Nywaagae Seleka on Twitter have revealed a few things she found along Bakang road in Kagiso after the dissent.
Nywaagae Seleka found a pack containing individual effects supposedly possessed by Zama-zamas which they use in handling gold here in South Africa. A portion of the things found clinched incorporate; Identity Documents, Driving Licenses, Clinic Cards, ATM Cards, visas.
This was contained in an explanation delivered by Seleka on Twitter:
"Individual things including ID reports, ATM cards, driving licenses, center cards found at a spot utilized by zama zamas to handle gold in West Village".
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