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Zimbabweans Send Messages To South Africans After Deadly CIT Shootout In Johannesburg | See This

Yesterday, eight people from a group of about 25 criminals were shot and killed by police in Rossetenville, Johannesburg, because they used stolen money to commit a crime that turned out to be very bad (Monday, February 21). The party got eight more people, and those eight people could choose to leave the area or stay. After the terrible thing that happened in Rossetenville, a few people from Zimbabwe went on Twitter to express their shock. Two or three of them even sent messages to South Africans saying "sorry" and fighting for peace. Carefully find out what a few of them planned to say after the event.

In Zimbabwe, the police and the people have never been involved in a fight. Fighting on new land is a mental trap, and there can never be any kind of watchman for it. The Zimbabwean government should let the South African government know how upset it makes them and what they can do to make things better. The standard option for the SA GVT is mass clearing. #Rosettenville "

"I'm from Zimbabwe, and these Zimbos should stay away from my country. "What they're doing is not strong."

"Insofar as it really affects me as a Zimbabwean, I see that mass release from South Africa is normal, given the damage to the country's reputation as a whole. This is really incredible."

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