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Early Christmas For Nkamboko Residents As They Collect Free Cash After A Cash In Transit Heist

It was rainin cash in Nkamboko outside Tzaneen in Limpopo on Friday and the residents got early christmas present after they helped themselves by picking up the left overs of a a cash in transit heist that happened in their area on Friday afternoon.

A video broke to different social media platforms where there were people seen running around a burning cash van that blown up, they were picking up as much as they could making sure they collect a lot before the police arrive at the crime scene.


"Dozens of people rushed to the scene of an armed robbery at Nkamboko to grab stacks of cash strewn across the street after a heist on Friday afternoon," Tzaneen Voice reports.

If there is one thing that the South African government is struggling to come with a solution on how to deal with, it is the on-going cases of cash in Trtransit heists, just like gender based violence, we hardly ever go a day without reading about it, on every news headlines, on every New bulletins, there has to be a cash of a blown up cash van.


Working for a cash transporting company must be the most traumaitc job ever in South Africa because every time these people say their goodbyes to their families, they don't know whether they will make it home to their families after their shift just because when these criminals have put a targe lt sign on the Van, they don't consider anyone's life, all they want isoney and they would never ever think twice before blowing up the van, what happens to the people inside, they don't really care.

We have heard of many security personell losing their lives during the robberies, the thugs come heavily armed with big guns and explosives, they would not let anything stand between them and the money they want.


Source: https://www.facebook.com/113973280387521/posts/429215265529986/

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