Just yesterday, the situation in Soweto became extremely tense as demonstrators flipped the city upside down, chasing undocumented people through the neighborhoods and residences where they were employed. Even shop owners were forced to pack up and depart as their markets burned to the ground. Everything went apart, and the young of Soweto took action where the government had failed. On social media, there are numerous videos of Soweto teenagers singing and dancing in the streets.
Numerous individuals were told at the beginning of these rallies that some immigrants will not let them just doing what they wanted, and now they've opted to fight back. They'll retaliate since some of them have been constantly fully equipped and ready for such an occasion. They're starting to reap the benefits of their vengeance.
There are recordings of ladies weeping bitterly at the actions of strangers. During first video, the victim says that foreigners kidnapped her and threatened to kill her if she didn't inform their commanders not to emigrate. He went on to explain that they vowed to assassinate their officials, including the iconic Nhlanhla Liks, a South African youth activist.
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