South Africans are really getting tired of these foreigners, because now reports are made every day, and they are all about the crimes that are being committed by foreigners. We are hearing reports of abduction, rape cases, and killings that are happening within the country, and most of the times, the foreigners are at the centre of it.
Unless if the reporters are using these bad reports as a strategy to put the campaign forward, hashtag "put South Africa first" Foreigners are really making it difficult for them to stay here. They are making the environment to become toxic for everyone who is from outside because of this behaviour.
It is really getting out of hand and a lot of South Africans are getting tired of it. The good thing is, at least some of them they are getting caught as the South African police are doing their work.
A 49-year-old man has been arrested for kidnapping after 50 Ethiopian nationals were rescued from a house in Zacharia Park near Lenasia, south of Johannesburg.
Police spokesperson Brenda Muridili explains, “It is reported that these 50 people, were brought into South Africa to be reunited with their families living in the country but on arrival, the person who transported them demanded money from their families before their release. They are currently waiting to be processed by the Department of Home Affairs. Some of their families have been notified. The suspect will be appearing in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Monday.”
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