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After Death of Elvis Nyathi in Diepsloot, Another scene happened in City of Johannesburg (Alexandra)

Since its release in 2007, South Africa has become an international sensation. Scene by scene, each person dies. Current conditions in South Africa make it unsafe for residents and visitors alike. In the Diepsloot neighborhood of Johannesburg, five people were shot and died last week. Slain by more than 100 South Africans for being a foreigner, this Zimbabwean man was just another victim of prejudice. A new crime scene has been discovered in the Johannesburg Alexandra suburb, and that's bad news. An alleged attack on police officers has led to the arrest of at least two people, according to local media sources. Sources say the criminals had been tracked by authorities all the way from Marlboro City to Alexandra.

Things are going well so far. Local locals claimed on social media that the assailants were foreign immigrants, but authorities in South Africa declined to reveal their identities. A court date has been set for today. The results of this investigation will disclose whether or not the two people in question are lawful residents of South Africa or not. Make sure you're checking out our profile or following us on social media for more frequent updates.

Foreigners are to blame for every one of South Africa's current afflictions. Because of the rising xenophobia in South Africa, several African nations harbor animosity toward the country. It is common in South Africa for people to blame outsiders for anything that goes wrong. Immigrants from Zimbabwe and Nigeria are among the most down-to-earth people in South Africa, but we haven't figured out why. When they arrived in South Africa, there was no further expectation placed on them.

Source: https://mobile.twitter.com/EversonLuhanga/status/1513143095382130689

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