Hilbrow: War Between Zulu Men And Zimbabwean Nationals Has Led To Death Of Sixteen People
By Crimewatch_rsa | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 16 views
A Zulu man was robbed and murdered by four Zimbabwean men in Hilbrow earlier this year, January. Zulu men became infuriated by this incident and it has led to the death of eleven Zimbabwean nationals in a period of two months. There’s a aggregate of sixteen men down due to this war, two Zulu men and fourteen Zimbabwean nationals.
It was said that these Zimbabwean nationals picked the wrong tribe, after all they are the ones who started this war. They don’t know Zulus, they must just go back to Zimbabwe because they have started a war they won’t be able to finish. Lately Hilbrow has been a crime zone, gun all over the place. People now live in fear and they can’t move from one place to another.
“The War it’s about to start that was a Warm-up of 14 Zimbabwean’s.. sometimes we need start war in order to deal with those Foreigners at our Land and Cities.”
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