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Watch: Video Of A Cash-In-Transit Robbery In Mpumalanga Leaves People In Trauma

South Africa is turning into anarchy everyday. And every thing that happens in this country becomes deadly. No matter people are putting out their grievances; at the end of the day it becomes tragic and deadly. Unknown blanket men raped 8 women. During unrest in Thembisa 4 people died. In Kagiso residents stripped innocent Zama Zamas naked and hit them with sticks while running for their lives at the back of a police van. Now news are that a cash in transit robbery turned ugly that it got so many people in trauma, at White River, Nubi Road, Mpumalanga.

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So what was the point of posting this if we can’t even see what’s going on?


"Niyalithanda izulu kodwa ukufa niyakusaba" kwasho umshayeli we taxi esecishe wasibulala


@MathataThabo those gun shots sounded like this. Gun related crimes have increased in SA. Criminals are going big now.

In the video posted by Video Tracker; people are seen running up and down the road of Nubi road trying to save their lives from escaping people who were scared. In the video things got further hotter when a gun fire is heard and people started screaming and running.

A man wearing a balaclava and black clothes is seen handling an AK47 to shoot any one who tried to approach. Behind him his colleagues in crime are seen collecting money which has fallen to the ground once the truck got blown off. Indeed the incident was scary as people see the bomb blowing the truck off while bodies of guard men are scattered all over the road.

One of our correspondent tried to ask Mr Vuyo Mashudu, a resident of the area about the Police if they ever arrived. What the man told our correspondent is that Police arrived after the criminals have collected all the money and then escaped, with an undisclosed amount of money. But people who saw everything said they saw men loading bags full of cash in their BMW car then driving off.

Indeed things are tough in South Africa as companies keep on retrenching people. Some companies retrench about 800 people or more. So what do we expect because even leaders are caught in scandals of corruption.

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