LOOTED GOODS - SAPS Now Accused Of ROBBING RESIDENTS
South Africa, Vosloosrus - Residents are now complaining to Newzroom Africa that their money is also being taken by Law enforcement officials, who are searching their homes for looted goods, that was looted during last weeks looting riots, after former president Jacob Zuma was arrested. This comes as law enforcement agencies are in Vosloorus to investigate peoples homes for goods looted from shopping centres more than a week ago during the violence that spread across two provinces. One resident told Newzroom Africa that at least R700 cash was also taken from him by authorities, the man says he also has a family. This comes as police and soldiers are going door to door in areas where looting took place for two weeks in South Africa, after more than 300 people died in the country while trying to loot. The door to door investigation does not make sense to me at all if SAPS are also confiscating food, what also bothers me is thatbwe have never in the history of South Africa seen such an aggressive sance against, guman trafficking, drugs, murder and rape, but to confiscate food items authorities seem to be very energetic.
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