The federation is optimistic about the commission of inquiry into state capture, and hopes those who have stolen from the poor are ‘sent to jail where they belong.’
A case of kidnapping was opened at the Osizweni Police Station, and handed over to the Newcastle FCS Unit for further investigations.
“Unfortunately a customer walked in while the robbery was taking place, but they just made her lie down. She was shaken up but thankfully nobody was injured,” says Kobus Smith, owner of the Edelweiss station.
Police say the high number of applicants indicates that young people are ready to serve and protect the people of South Africa.
Willington Simelane, stakeholder liaison manager for the office of the MMC for Housing, said all the people with the correct documents were allocated units.
The alleged victim took to Twitter to vent her frustrations, both of the incident and the terrible experience after trying to report what happened.