- TV personality, Siv Ngesi, is the latest celeb to join the outcry for people wanting to end the crime against women and children in South Africa
- Ngesi took to Twitter to call for a national shutdown in SA, to raise awareness and find a solution to the increasing number of missing person reports in the country
- Many South Africans agreed and wants the crime against women and children to stop
Mzansi TV personality, Siv Ngesi, is beyond gatvol about the increasing number of missing person reports and took to social media to call for a nationwide shutdown.
The TV star tweeted that all men and women should down tools for a day to shut the country down in a bid to create awareness and put a stop to crime against women and children.
He wrote: “The war against our women and children is at a place that we should all be disgusted. Let’s all take it to the streets and everyone take a stand. Or will you wait until it’s someone you know or care about?!”
Siv then followed his tweet with a short and direct message in the form of a hashtag, “#SAShutdown”.
According to TshisaLive, Siv was not the only celeb who had enough of the missing person scourge in Mzansi. Maps Mapaonyane and Cassper Nyovest also raised their concerns recently.
“What is going on???? Please be on high alert and be safe out there. Thoughts and prayers for all those missing. May they return safely back to their families,” tweeted Maps.
Cassper Nyovest showed his frustrated by tweeting: “F**k man, what the hell is going on in South Africa? Every single day a kid or a woman goes missing. I really pray these monsters are caught. This sh**t is just sad.”
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that the University of Cape Town student, Uyinene Mrwetyana's alleged murderer appeared in the Wynberg Magistrates's Court earlier today, Monday 2 September, where he confessed and was charged for murder, raper and defeating the ends of justice.
Mzansi was also shook when Briefly.co.za reported that a Grade R child, Amy-Lee de Jager was kidnapped from College Park Primary School in Vanderbijlpark by 4 black men driving a white Toyota Fortuner around 8.40am today.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the men who kidnapped 6-year-old Amy-Lee de Jager outside Laerskool Kollegepark in Vanderbijlpark on Monday are allegedly demanding a R2 million ransom for the little girl's release.
According to a report by News24, Amy-Lee's parents have been contacted for a ransom.
Crime is getting out of hand.
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