Social media on govt’s inaction over Zimbos robbed in #TshwaneUnrest

TWENTY-THREE Johannesburg-bound Zimbabweans were reportedly robbed of their cash and goods by rogue South African nationals while the Eagle Liner bus they were travelling in, was burnt to a shell, as they entered the strife-torn Tshwane area yesterday morning.

The Zimbabwean government has not said anything about the country’s citizens, who, according to reports, were briefly sheltered at a police station before being ‘released’to ‘continue with their journey.’ Even after being robbed of their belongings!

Here is what Zimbabweans are saying about this!

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  1. My first job out of High School was at St Paul and over the next 5 years Iearned so very much. Seeing the hospital torn down tears a small piece of my heart out. The Daughters of Charity and the doctors and staff of St Paul Hospital will always be with me..

    ……………………… ­j­o­b.f­a­c­t­o­r­y­o­f­i­n­c­o­m­e­.­c­o­m

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