RSA Polokwane closed after Taxi operators and society forum intervened.
A car wash situated in Polokwane on the Dahl street in Polokwane was closed yesterday, afternoon. The incident occurred after Seshego and taxi operators had found a specific house that was abandoned inside RSA car wash which was unlawfully, keeping about over 40 young girls and boys.
According to the information received from Seshego Community Forum, those young girls sleep there while smoking drugs(Nyaope), Crystal and confirmed to be filthy. The young girls and boys between the ages of 11 and 15 were then sent home by the Forum, while some were not allowed after the housekeepers were demanded by the forum to leave the house.
And they said some of the children that were left behind did not want to leave as they were already hooked up, the community members feel like the drugs are killing our brothers and sisters and something should be done about it. The youngest girl that was in that house is 11 years old, a young child is just ruining her future at a very young age.
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