- A crime video has gone viral on social media that shows two men hijacking a woman in Johannesburg
- Well-known crime activist and journalist Yusuf Abramjee shared the 32-second video with social media users
- Peeps have reacted with anger to the video and called for government to pull up their socks and curb the crime situation
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Twitter users were quick to react and label government ineffective and corrupt.
The video shows how two thugs approach the vehicle from behind and encircle the woman driver before she darts off. They then climb into the car and ride away.
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“Guys, we HAVE to REMOVE that CORRUPT @MYANC @ANCParliament regime from @GovernmentZA.”
“ASAP! SA is worse off than a country at full blown war!”
“Is there anyone who hasn't been a victim of crime in 2021?”
“Something drastic needs to be done about crime in South Africa. Imagine if this was your wife/mother/relative or http://YOU.im deeply embarrassed that in 1994 I voted for my grossly incompetent system...”
“Activities that happen while you're out marketing new 'variants' @CyrilRamaphosa.”
“They adhered to Covid-19 regulations all masked up and shit, we will beat this pandemic.”
“Where are these robbers and hijackers from? They are making it unsafe to be in SA.”
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They approach and surround her before forcing her to surrender her possessions. It’s not clear what did they take from her but one can suspect they took her phone and earphones as she was listening to her music.
The two tsotsis later run away, leaving the young lady traumatised as she is alone in the street.
Briefly News takes a glance at the reactions where many people feel South Africa is not a safe country when an innocent woman can be robbed like that.
Source: Briefly News