KLIPFONTEIN RESIDENTS WANT FOREIGN-OWNED BUSINESSES CLOSED

KLIPFONTEIN RESIDENTS WANT FOREIGN-OWNED BUSINESSES CLOSED

The rape of a ten-year-old girl, allegedly by a foreign shopkeeper, has left the community of Klipfontein in Midrand up in arms.

Some residents want all foreign-owned businesses to close shop and leave the area.
They claim it’s not the first time a shopkeeper has targeted a child for sexual favours.

The Bangladeshi national accused of the crime, remains in police custody.

eNCA’s Lirandzu Themba reports.

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