Limpopo farmer sues police for R7m, claims SAPS fail to address theft

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A Limpopo mango farmer is suing the police. He claims they have failed in their duties to address the theft of his fruit for years​


A farmer from Trichardtsdal in Limpopo is suing the police for R7m, claiming that the police have failed to address theft and damage to his property for years.

Solly Letsoalo owns 128 hectares of Portion 30 Lofdal, near Ofcolaco. Letsoalo told Letaba Herald that thieves have left him emotionally and financially wrecked and claims that the police have not done anything to help him.


He says that thieves have been trespassing and stealing his green mangoes since 2022. He says the thieves arrive with bakkies and get away with bags filled with his mangos.

 
Police probably going to intimidate and possibly organise a hit on him. You know it's Africa that's just how things work.

The farmer should have been more creative with the criminals.
 

A Limpopo mango farmer is suing the police. He claims they have failed in their duties to address the theft of his fruit for years​


A farmer from Trichardtsdal in Limpopo is suing the police for R7m, claiming that the police have failed to address theft and damage to his property for years.

Solly Letsoalo owns 128 hectares of Portion 30 Lofdal, near Ofcolaco. Letsoalo told Letaba Herald that thieves have left him emotionally and financially wrecked and claims that the police have not done anything to help him.


He says that thieves have been trespassing and stealing his green mangoes since 2022. He says the thieves arrive with bakkies and get away with bags filled with his mangos.

Who's gonna break it to him that the police are IN ON IT
 
Police probably going to intimidate and possibly organise a hit on him. You know it's Africa that's just how things work.

The farmer should have been more creative with the criminals.
Come on, many people have successfully sued the police without the drama you describe.

Oh, intimidation is a worldwide problem and not unique to the continent.
 
The farmer should have been more creative with the criminals.

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This here is bear country!
 
Come on, many people have successfully sued the police without the drama you describe.

Oh, intimidation is a worldwide problem and not unique to the continent.

Well if we hear next week another farmer had been killed, we know why.
 
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