SA vs Zambia: Video shows overturned truck's load left untouched

SA vs Zambia: Video shows overturned truck's load left untouched

A video was posted on social media which showed a community leaving an overturned truck's load untouched in Zambia and it sparked quite the reaction from South Africans.

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On Saturday, a video was posted on South Africa Live's Facebook page which showed Zambian locals leaving an overturned truck's load completely untouched.

The video gathered over 66 000 views and South Africans were quick to point out the difference between the Zambian community and locals in our own country.

A lot of social media users compared the behaviour seen in the Zambia video to that of South African locals. Several videos were posted online which showed South Africans looting trucks that had overturned - in some cases the police just stand by and watch.

Most recently, Briefly.co.za reported social media users were stunned as another viral video showed locals looting a beer truck as it was being towed away.

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South Africans applauded Zambians for having "respect" compared to those in Mzansi who take what they want.

Alexandria Russell commented: "Well done to you all in Zambia. Wish we had that here SA."
Colleen Zanna added: "These good people can teach us a lesson or two on being decent honest human beings."
Lynette Wood wrote: "It's called respect....for yourself, others and your country. You guys are proud Zambians. God Bless you and your country."
John Matlosa said: "Hmm here in South Africa they jump over driver no matter if he's died or injured, they don't care. Zambia is a lucky country. God bless them."

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Take a look at the video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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