- A tuckshop believed to be a hangout spot for gangsters has been burnt down
- The fire was started by angry Seshego community members during an anti-crime protest
- The community visited several homes of youngsters suspected to be guilty of criminal behaviour
Upset Seshego members took to the streets of their community in protest of the crime and violence in the area.
During the protest, a shop has been set on fire - it is believed the tuckshop is a hangout spot for gangsters.
The Limpopo community is angered by the gangsterism that is leaving them terrorised and living in fear.
Capricorn FM reports that residents visited several family homes of youngsters believed to be part of the gangs in the area.
They wanted to send a strong message to their families and organizer Victor Makhura says they are tired of gangsters running the community.
The protest comes after the death of Thoriso Kgomo, who was stabbed to death on New Year’s Day.
Several videos have also been shared on YouTube, Briefly.co.za gathered. It is clear that the community is fed up and tired of the crime and violence that has them in its merciless grip.
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