At the moment, the people of South Africa have no tolerance for any kind of crime in our country. You can see this in the way they deal with criminals who cause trouble in our different communities.
In the last ten years, there have been a lot of murders, kidnappings, rapes, armed robberies, carjackings, etc. Because of this, some people in the community have started vigilante groups to help security agencies.
But the people of Tzaneen, in the province of Limpopo, were able to catch a Zimbabwean man who was wanted for murder in South Africa. Two days ago, the young man is said to have killed two South Africans and then crossed into Zimbabwe through the Beitbridge border outpost.
The young man tried to sneak back into South Africa through Tzaneen, Limpopo, but he was caught by members of the community, who beat him up very badly.
The suspect was said to have robbed and raped young women who were vulnerable in the Vhembe district and the Niani area.
At the time this report was made, vigilante groups were keeping an eye on the young man until the police arrived.
This was in a statement that Dzakani John put out on Twitter:
"This is a Zimbabwean who just killed two South Africans two days ago and went back to Zimbabwe by crossing the river. He had been robbing and raping weak people in and around Niani and the vhembe district ".
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