Police need help from anyone who saw Benjamin Buthelezi.
The crime rate in South Africa is increasing every day. It is due to common reasons like lack of employment and poverty but most importantly Drugs. The drugs are killing South Africa. It is all because of the addiction it has towards us. Once you start taking one drug, you will want another one tomorrow. Usually, people start drugs when they are working and the minute they lose their jobs there will be no money to buy the drug. They end up starting to do crimes and robbery. We do not know the reason behind the robbery that has been done by Benjamin Buthelezi but this needs to be researched.
Posted on Facebook by IRS Forensic Investigations, Benjamin Buthelezi is allegedly raped, he is accused of having illegal; firearms and robbery. If you have anything about him, you need to go and report to SAPS
Reputable source link WANTED FOR RAPE: Via Zikhona... - IRS Forensic Investigations | Facebook
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