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BREAKING NEWS: MMUSI MAIMANE ROBBED AT GUNPOINT

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Iniafrica has just learned that Mr. Mmusi Mainane, a South African activist and President of a recently launched political party, was robbed.

Set out below is what one wrote about this form of affirmative shopping aided by weapons of mass destruction: “Very disturbing. I hope Mmusi is fine. I also hope this was not politically motivated, especially after learning of alleged attempts to attack Adv Mkhwebane this week. Why have we become such a callous, dangerous and evil 😈 nation? It’s becoming more dangerous just to the street even at day time.”

A member of the BOAF – 10,000POL commented as follows: “The idea of self-help is gathering momentum in South Africa and while there exists no justification for any form of affirmation, is undeniable that the economic situation provides fodder for this kind of behavior.

Many unlike Maimane are subjected daily to theft and robbery with no legal consequences.

Some will point to this incident to advance their prejudices and without suffering any burden to support allegations with evidence, they will conclude as pedestrian judges that the suspects must necessarily be undocumented foreigners.

Crime is not an abstract thing in South Africa to allow anyone to weaponize it.

In order to stem it, all hands must be on deck.

Today it is Maimane who has been prejudiced and victimized, tomorrow it is anyone’s guess.’


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