YouTube sensation and media personality Lasizwe Dabuzwa, shared on his Twitter page a heartbreaking moment of his late father's shop being vandalized.
Lasizwe Dambuza was alerted by a concerned fan on his social media when they realised that his late father's shop was being looted and vandalized. The concerned person wrote: “ Your father's Shell Garage in Dobsonville has been looted all weekend long. They just left with the remaining fridge and Television.” The terrible news was too much for Lasizwe to bear and had this to say in response; “ I'm so broken.” The harsh lockdown restrictions have caused a lot of fear and uncertainty amongst many South Africans. Most have resulted in criminal activity to survive. It's heartbreaking to see such visuals after the mass looting that happen countrywide in July. Many people have questioned if the garage was operational or not since this happened the whole weekend however, what's alarming is the lack of police presence.
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