Former Generations star Zenande Mfenyana says she’s heartbroken to see food being seized after looting that took place in KwaZulu-Natal and parts of Gauteng recently.
As SA starts to piece itself back together following the violence that ensued after the arrest of former president Jacob Zuma, SAPS is now arresting alleged victims and locating the goods that were stolen across KwaZulu-Natal and parts of Gauteng.
Proud mom and actress Zenande took to Twitter to weigh in on the action taken by police across the nation as salvageable items are being seized. The actress said her heart breaks to see food taken away from children who perhaps wouldn’t have access to food in the first place.
“The police taking away the food though. Couldn’t they just leave that food for the kids? This is so sad,” she said.
The police taking away the food tho 💔💔💔💔 couldn’t they just leave that food for the kids? This is so sad
— Zenande Mfenyana (@Zenande_Mcfen) July 22, 2021
Exactly my sister, I don’t feel bad for them. If u feel sorry for the looters then u should go n donate food for them from ur own pockets. If strangers can come n steal ur groceries at ur home because they are hungry would u allow it.
— Rams (@AbelRambau05) July 22, 2021
So if the police leave them,tomorrow the can still go back to loot for their kids sgain,is that what we need? How many ppl lost their jobs because of these lootings,they have to be taught a lesson,look at our country now,if u go out loor for ur kids,what lesson do u teach them
— Kate Seshoka (@KateSeshoka) July 23, 2021
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