A very shocking incident just happened not long ago at Winnie Mandela Zone 6 in Tembisa.Apparently the community came out in numbers after finding out that there thieves roaming around.The residents did not waste anytime and took the matter into their hands before calling the police.At least three (3) people were killed by the community members for causing trouble around their neighbourhood.
It is really saddening that the alleged thieves died in a horrific way and at once.
Residents believe what they did will solve many problems around Winnie Mandela.According to them, their area was not a safe place anymore and criminals were just doing what pleases them.Now that they killed three (3) of them, surely other thieves will back off and play far from Winnie Mandela.They claim that they will continue taking the law into their hands since the SAPS fail them.
The police actually arrest the criminals and later release them of which they go back to what they have been doing.Now they are tired of thieves and they will do by all means to keep their area safe.
What are your thoughts with what they did? Is this a good thing? Share thoughts below!!!
Source: Updates With LolahM
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