The individuals who have been to Johannesburg CBD know about how messy the roads and asphalts can get because of casual dealers who are for the most part foreigners. The casual merchants additionally make it hard for individuals to walk unreservedly on the asphalts. After what occurred at Bara taxi rank, JMPD officials are additionally starting to step up to the plate. This shouldn't simply be a one day thing however something ordinary.
No stone will be left unturned, illicit foreigners who are working in South Africa will before long hit a dead end before the current year's over. Anyway before they leave, they should tidy up the wreck they generally leave on our roads. The way that they leave our roads messy without feeling any culpability shows that they shouldn't be here.
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Source : https://twitter.com/JoburgMPD/status/1484032834419441671?t=HB9z3tBF1-KcECF9VPpxoQ&s=19
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