South Africa is becoming more like a place where people come into and go whenever they wish. This is evident in the couple of criminal report received so far.
Everyday we hear and see cases of carjacking, rape, drug dealing, burglary, kidnapping and so on.
This social vises has grown to the extent that it is becoming very difficult for government to handle the situation.
In an emerging report, about 300 foreigners who engage in Illegal mining operation has been captured by the police at the lower orange river.
The arrest is one of the highest so far and these individuals have been doing this Illegal business for years now.
They are currently under the custody of the South African police service pending Investigation into the matter.
"300 illegal Miners arrested. This Country is a play ground for criminals, how did the number get to 300 without the police noticing."
We hope that this arrest will serve as a deterrent to Immigrants and citizens who engage in various nefarious activities to survive.
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