Engen bombing goes viral, Mzansi blames 'incompetent government'

Engen bombing goes viral, Mzansi blames 'incompetent government'

South Africans were left fuming after several photos went viral which showed another bombing at an Engen garage.

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On Monday, Intelligence Bureau SA shared several photographs on its Facebook page which showed a bombing at an Engen fuel garage.

According to the post, the incident took place on Sunday at an Engen garage on Marthinus Smuts Drive in Soweto.

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The photos infuriated social media users, who pointed fingers at the South African government.

Suren Sewsunker commented: "Thank our incompetent government the criminals have the upper hand."
James Moore added: "This government just doesnt care at all... to them its MONEY and POWER."
Jloo O Idahosa wrote: "South Africa...I use to like this country..but the rate of crime in SA right now is just to high..Common what are the leaders doing about this??"
Engen garage bombing goes viral, Mzansi blames 'incompetent government'

Photos of the bombing at an Engen garage. Photo credit: Intelligence Bureau SA/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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It is not the first time footage showing a bombing at a filling station was shared online. Previously, Briefly.co.za reported a video was posted on social media which showed thugs getting out of a white BMW at an Engen garage in Devland.

The footage showed the armed men walking towards the shop with their faces concealed. According to reports, the thugs not only robbed the gas station, they also bombed it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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