The security situation in South Africa is quite alarming and demands urgent Government attention. This challenge is growing to a point of becoming irreversible as numerous organized crimes are springing up at different locations.
It also seems like our security operatives are overwhelmed by the tenacity and determination of these scrupulous elements who are hell bent on destroying our nation.
In a recent report, police operatives raided a scrap yard where stolen electric transformers are towed to and dismantled for further selling of its components.
Copper wires were retrieved from the site and different machines used in the extraction process was also recovered and taken under custody.
Destruction of electric facilities has been the major reason why most localities don't have electricity supply.
It is very necessary that the owners of this scrap yards are taught a great lesson so that others can learn from their situation.
According to a statement released by 'Car Tracker SA' on Twitter and it reads:
"People always cry power failure because of this. We need to close down scrapyards that are doing illegal things."
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