Crime in SA is out of hand

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CRIM­I­NALS are hav­ing a field day in South Africa. Thug­gery and mur­der are com­mit­ted by an­i­mal-level per­son/s and this is be­yond com­pre­hen­sion.

Po­lice, with lim­ited re­sources, are fail­ing to dis­charge their du­ties and ap­pre­hend crim­i­nals in their tracks.

Like­wise, our gov­ern­ment is turn­ing a blind eye to the sit­u­a­tion that ex­ists.

Another po­lice of­fi­cer, Nonhlanhla Ma­sonda, was gunned down and robbed.

The pain and suf­fer­ing is known only by her friends, col­leagues and mem­bers of her fam­ily. My prayers go out to her two mi­nor chil­dren.

South Africa is bleed­ing and our demo­cratic fu­ture will soon be in the hands of crim­i­nals.

The ANC gov­ern­ment, af­ter their ind­aba in De­cem­ber 2017, must call a ref­er­en­dum for cap­i­tal pun­ish­ment to be en­shrined in the con­sti­tu­tion of the coun­try.

You do the crime and then you pay the price.


uMh­langa Ridge

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