Carjackings are increasing at an uncontrollable rate throughout the nation. The most discouraging aspect of the situation is that these criminals attack their victims and inflict various injuries.
Due to the fear of being attacked by these heartless criminals who are spiking people's vehicles, many citizens are hesitant to purchase automobiles, and car owners are hesitant to drive around town.
Unknown gunmen reportedly shot and killed a South African driver along the Bakwena N4 toll road outside of Pretoria last night, according to a developing report. The driver's vehicle was reportedly spiked along the road.
The criminals who placed rocks on the road and punctured the driver's tires also injured the man's wife.
According to a report issued on Twitter by Yusuf Abramjee, which reads:
"Last night, a motorist was fatally shot and his wife was injured on the Bakwena N4 toll road outside of Pretoria. He pulled over due to a flat tire. On the highway, rocks were placed "..
This is currently occurring across the nation, and it is imperative that our government investigate this menace.
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