A South Africa journalist and eNCA crime analyst Yusuf Abramjee said in his Twitter account @Abramjee that " Man Found hanging from railway pylons after being electrocuted by 3,000 V DC power while trying to steal overhead cable near uMngeni train station in Durban KZN".
Source and Link : @Abramjee Twitter account.The Cable thief and EFF brother was identified as a Zimbabwean national but he meet his end while trying to steal overhead cable in train station in Durban.
After this incident was posted by journalist Yusuf some South African's said what happened to the cable thief was Good that it the cable served him right.
Some commented this will serve as an example to cable thieves and EFF brothers, while other was having pity for the alleged victim and his family, blaming the Zimbabwean government for the crimes her citizens are committing in South Africa.
Hope this serve as a lesson and warning to all cable thieves and infrastructure vandalizers that Karma will one day serve them.
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