A report was issued of some Ethiopians who were alleged busted in Johannesburg in the act of kidnapping other Ethiopian nationals .The bust is reported to have taken place in Meadowlands on Friday.
It is reported that the eleven victims had been kept in a storage facility when they were rescured .The Ethiopians are reported to have been kidnapped in the Western Cape province but from different places .
A kidnapping that reportedly took place in Harare , which is a place in Khayelitsha is reported to have led to more investigations and the subsequent bust which took place in Meadowlands . Kidnapping is real in South Africa and it´s shocking that these foreign nationals even kidnapped their fellow countrymen .
This bust kidnapping is a job well done by the law enforcement agencies . The victims could have went through a lot of bad things if it were not for the police .The names of the victims were not made available as the investigations are still ongoing .
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