Crime in South Africa is a worrying factor. Common criminal activities include hijacking, cash-in-transit heists and human trafficking. Police have been working overtime to fight crime and its negative impact. It looks like our Police force need to pull up their socks because it seems like criminals have upgraded. They are now targeting planes!
Police in Mahikeng have impounded three trucks, which were allegedly carrying dismantled airplane parts. The airplanes are alleged to have been dismantled at the Mahikeng Airport. South Africa is surely becoming a dangerous place to live in. Almost every headline proves that we live in a gangster state and no one knows what's going on. What are they planning to do with plane parts? Sell them? To who?
Apparently Mahikeng is cursed. This level of criminality can only be done by highly networked business people in collusion with politicians. Meanwhile, Police minister Bheki Cele said that the crime figures for the quarter appear greatly inflated because of the state of lockdown in the country at the time of the last comparable quarter.
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