Zenande Mfenyana Feels Looted Food Should Be Left for Those in Need, Others Feel a Crime Is a Crime

Zenande Mfenyana Feels Looted Food Should Be Left for Those in Need, Others Feel a Crime Is a Crime

  • Zenande Mfenyana’s heart was sore when she saw police taking looted food from homes where it was evident the food was needed
  • Sharing her thoughts on social media, Zenande expressed how she feels the food should have just been left for those in need, especially children
  • While some understood where Zenande was coming from, most agreed that there is no excuse for theft, not even hunger

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Zenande Mfenyana gets that police needed to step in and do something about the thousands of appliances and other goods that were looted, however, she just does not understand how taking back the food is necessary.

The debate with the whole looting saga involves defence of those who are honestly hungry and crying out for help, and this is why Zenande has been defeated by the authorit.es removing food from homes that clearly needed it.

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Zenande Mfenyana, looting, food, those in need.
Zenande Mfenyana says she's heartbroken to see food being seized after looting that took place. She feels it should have just been left for those in need. Image: @zenandemfenyana.
Source: Instagram

Taking to social media to air her views, Zenande asked why police had to take back the food. Children are starving, the food is not going to be resold, just give it to the people.

Zenande posted:

Zenande’s post evoked a lot of emotion. With many different opinions being expressed, it seems that a zero-tolerance to acts of criminality is where most people are at.

@lestsoalo pointed out how police have failed to arrest officials who have stolen from the people, yet they are taking food back from those in need:

@Ignaciohb3 took a stand, pointing out that there were many hungry people who did not loot, a crime is a crime:

@Zamie8909 says there is no excuse for theft, not even hunger:

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@MokhantsoBini believes if you leave stolen food for children it is teaching them to steal:

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Zenande Mfenyana calls people out for not standing together

Zenande Mfenyana took to social media to warn her fans about fake people. The Queen actress shared a few pearls of wisdom on fake friends, reported Briefly News.

Zenande took to Twitter a few days ago to tell her followers to walk away from people who don't appreciate them. Sis said:

"When someone shows you how little you mean in their life, believe them. Stop trying to foster. They are never going to love and appreciate you the way you love and appreciate them. Know your tribe, take care of your tribe."

She urged her followers to choose those who also choose them. Zenande also warned her stans to be aware of some of the people they cut off because they will try and make amends when they see that "sh*t has hit the fan".

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"... When they see that you’ve parked the car. While in the friendship, they never did you right, took you for granted. Now it’s too late to fix things, coz you decided to choose those who choose you."

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