SANCF calls on govt to pardon looters as questions raised over police raids

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JOHANNESBURG - Civil society organisations have sounded the alarm over police raids on people’s homes in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal where officers were searching for looted goods.

Following tip-offs from the community, the army and police have been raiding homes, with some questioning the legality of such operations.

The C19's People's Coalition's Tauriq Jenkins has taken issue with the raids, claiming that police were targeting poor people with undue force. He said that government's plan to destroy the stolen goods was devoid of moral logic.

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If the company doesn't want the stock back they can then opt to donate it. Otherwise, destroy it. Even if it's a brand new TV. You shall not enjoy the benefits of sealing that's the point here.

Think Massmart and the likes will probably not want the opened stuff back. claimed from insurance already.
Unless we have a "looter no warranty Friday sale" :ROFL: You test it and accept it as is.
 

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Was it moral of them to steal stuff ?
It's a one way street with the social justice types. As if we need to be encouraging the damn looters by showing them that crime pays. We've seen all the videos of them sharing their matching Smeg appliances and full fridges. **** them. And the social justice ****s too.
 

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If the company doesn't want the stock back they can then opt to donate it. Otherwise, destroy it. Even if it's a brand new TV. You shall not enjoy the benefits of sealing that's the point here.

Think Massmart and the likes will probably not want the opened stuff back. claimed from insurance already.
Unless we have a "looter no warranty Friday sale" :ROFL: You test it and accept it as is.
If the shops do not take the items back into stock, and they are paid out for it, then the insurance company needs to take the items and either recoup via sale/audtion or destroy the goods. We must not accept letting these criminals keep these items. Why can't we just have laws that are followed and enforced.
 

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"The South African National Christian Forum (SANCF)'s Bishop Marothi Mashashane said that government should pardon offenders."

Go and fvck yourself you moron.

Although very little will ever happen to these terrorists it'll never be enough because then there will always be a next time and this sort of criminality will never end.
 

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Shoot... I read that as SANDF and was going, "what the...? "

Like they say, it is great when you are having fun, time to pay.

They deserve no mercy from me.
 

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Yeah how about fsck no.

Consequences need to be dished out for this, if we give everyone a free pass then it just further entrenches the "no accountability" mindset.
Africa doesn't do consequences.

Look what happened to us good folks when they tried making Zuma take responsibility for something small like testify in court.

Imagine the burn should he be convicted of grand corruption!
 

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Yes accountability is a racist Western concept. We don't do that here in Wakanda.
 
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