Group of men inspires Mzansi by cleaning streets after protests

Group of men inspires Mzansi by cleaning streets after protests

- A group of men were lauded via social media for their efforts in cleaning up their township

- This followed protests in the townships of Lwandle/ Nomzamo and Asanda Village

- The men took to the streets to put an end to the protests and social media users heaped praise on them

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South Africa has seen a flare up of violent protests throughout the country, particularly as the elections are fast approaching.

One area affected by this is the Helderberg region in the Western Cape.

The suburb of Strand in Cape Town borders the townships of Lwandle/ Nomzamo and Asanda Village and residents witnessed nasty protests recently.

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However, a group of men in the area said enough is enough as they took to the streets.

Their objective was clear – show a zero tolerance approach to the protests and clean up the area.

The news was shared by one of the driving forces behind the group, Sandile Magidigidi, via Facebook.

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Lawrence Mavhunga said, “Thank you for all effort and being the Voice.”

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Sandie Mndayi Rd Mndayi said, “Great leadership no more crime we can't just keep quet kusonakala enough is enough.”
Busisiwe Ndlovu added, “I'm proud of all of them, we will keep on praying for your safety. May the Lord God bless you all. The God of justice is with you keep on standing for the truth and what is right.”
Alexander Strauss said, “God bless you all. Its people like you that make this country a better place. Thank you.” also noted that the group of men have even more initiatives planned in future.

Sandile Magidigidi said, “Amen that goes to all men who took a stand and say NO MORE CRIME. The campaign continues but we don't want to talk too much because the criminals might know of our plans.”

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