Limpopo-Community of Seshego outside Polokwane sends a message to Zimbabwean nationals.
According to the source, Seshego community members hunted and found a Zimbabwean national who allegedly killed an individual in Extention 78. Angry Community members dealt with the Zimbabwean national thoroughly. They took him pictures and uploaded them on social media to alert other foreigners that Polokwane is not a place for play.
According to Seshego residents, they have been tolerating these people for a long period, getting away with murders and robberies. They gathered and say enough is enough, they searched for suspects and found one of them.
The community decided to take the law into their hands. Most South African people want to adapt to this method, they even embrace the Seshego community for cleaning their area.
However, SAPS warns people to not take the law into their hands because they can suffer serious charges of murder and abuse.
Do you think what the community of Seshego did is accepted or they should have handed the criminal to police officers?
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