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"Christmas is around the corner" Mzansi Reacts to Pics of Cash Safe Bombed in Soweto

The South African Police Service is working around the clock to solve a robbery case that occurred in Soweto. According to social media accounts, a gang of 15 men blew up a money safe at a gas station in Meadowlands, Soweto.

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According to a series of photos uploaded on Twitter by Yusuf Abramjee, the incident occurred in the early hours of Wednesday.

Although it is unknown whether any people were injured in the incident, South Africans are outraged. Some think that, based on the reactions, these crimes will become more common as the country approaches the Christmas holidays. The photographs were captioned by Abramjee as follows:

“Meadowlands Soweto (M&M Service Station) in the early hours of this morning: Safe bombed. Gang of 15 men."

@Wellness2022 said:

“Yeses, yeses How did they know there is a safe mara?”

@NeutralNuts said:

“To fill up 50-55 lt tank is around R900+. Where do businesses keep their money? No mattresses available.”

@Poodleiam said:

“A gang of 15, who saw them? I hope no lives were lost, I swear our townships are regressing at super speed.”

@Love1Luv4All said:

“They will keep coming back for more. Government should just hand death sentence to anyone caught in these kinds of acts.”

@ChiefNgoni said:

“Someone skipped his weekly protection fee. It's an act of hooliganism. If you miss paying protection fees they target your business. Doing business in a township is very very risky.”

@Vaneela6 said:

“Christmas is around the corner. So, we will see lots of this happening.”

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