This is the notification from Police and the photo on twitter, while the people and especially the business people faced the thousands of looters around them, they enjoy the expensive party and cake, etc. Just smile, you are all safe. You are on candid camera.
Aangenaam verras met hierdie een hoe daar fees gevier word, koek op bestelling gebak is en in dieselfde tyd te weet die besighede en stad brand af.
How many businesses burnt down since 1994 – who will ever did a history on that? Schools and Universities – and how many was paid out to the real owners by SASRIA?
South Africa have not record of the illegal immigrants in South Africa. The Deputy Minister of Police told the public that between 70-80% in certain areas are immigrants.
OFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL COMMISSIONER, GAUTENG
02 SEPTEMBER 2019
POLICE CONDEMN ACTS OF VIOLENCE AS MORE THAN 90 PEOPLE ARE FACING SEVERAL CHARGES INCLUDING PUBLIC VIOLENCE
Parktown: Police are condemning all acts of violence directed at the businesses and the looting of shops described as those of foreign nationals by criminal opportunits in areas that include Ekurhuleni, Tshwane and Johannesburg Central.
Irresponsible use and abuse of social media is also having a way of fueling these acts of violence and instability to advance the criminal acts. The Gauteng Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Elias Mawela has instructed all commanders to take strong action against the perpetrators as this state offairs can not be allowed to continue.
The violence that started last week in Tshwane has seen a number of shops being burned and several others looted. It has also escalated in Johannesburg on Sunday and other areas in the early hours of this morning. However, several arrests have also been effected for serious crimes including public violence, malicious damage to property and theft. A total of seventy (70) people have been arrested since Sunday. The arrests were affected in various areas that includes:
· 20 in Rossettenville
· 35 in Malvern
· 10 in Thembisa
· 26 in Jeppe
· 9 in Germiston
Police are also investigating a case of murder following the fatal shooting of a member of the public. He was allegedly shot by a group of people who had gathered in Hillbrow. At this stage police are still interviewing several people to establish the motive for the shooting. No one has been arrested for the murder.
Several operations are still continuing in Thembisa and more people are expected to be arrested. Police are also appealing to any person affected by violence to contact police Emergency number 10111.
Colonel Lungelo Dlamini
082 411 5311
No really action from the police, they all knew about this strikes on its way. Watch them in the video’s in other articles too.
Who will pay for the damages – SASRIA? Police must pay it.
THIS IS ARSON AND TERRORISM
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