The rate at which foreigners engage in lawlessness is quite disheartening and they actions are weighing down our dear nation despite numerous effort by South African citizens and government in curtailing crime.
The issue of carjacking is becoming more like a normal situation in South Africa and it seriously calls for Government urgent attention.
Just yesterday, a South African man was dispossessed of his newly purchased Isuzu van on Olifants off ramp N1 North.
The suspects were first seen driving in a Tucson and also escorted by a black polo car. They surrendered and hijacked the victim alongside his car along offramp in Samrand, they drove through the N1 South and later dumped the victim at Maraisburg offramp.
During interrogation, the victim said he was hijacked by Zimbabweans because he notice they were speaking Shona.
According to a report released by 'Car Tracker SA' on Twitter and it reads:
"Hijacked by Zimbabwean nationals on Olifants off ramp N1 North, suspects driving Tucson and escorted by a black polo, offramped on Samrand,took N1 South, dumped the driver Maraisburg offramp."
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