People are greatly loosing their vehicles in numbers every day and this has affected the attitude of South African people towards the use of vehicle while going out.
Most citizens are very scared of using their vehicles due to fear of being mobbed by criminals causing mayhem on our various roads.
Even though our security operatives have been working very hard to get rid of crime from our society, criminals seem to be dedicated in their quest to continue causing problems for people.
Just yesterday, a South African man lost his black golf car after it was parked at his work place situated in Cubana South gate, Johannesburg.
This isn't the first time residents of Johannesburg are experiencing such ruthless hijacking, it is often recorded on daily basis and we hope that the South African government will rise up to their responsibility and make sure that people's properties and lives are protected at all cost.
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