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They should leave, we have had enough. This was the challenge to fight from various men using huge sticks, pangas, sharp edges, stones, and different weapons as they brushed the city of Johannesburg, plundering shops and harming vehicles as they advanced from Jeppestown to Bree on Monday. 

 

The men, who discretionarily individuals they ran over, sent customers and brokers running for spread as they wove their way through the city. Different shops in the CBD had not opened for the day foreseeing that there may plunder. In any case, in spite of being shut, many still gave up to the attacking swarm. The on Monday looked for following a night of desolating and robberies in Jeppestown and remembering areas for Sunday. 

 

By early evening, reports came in of Tembisa, Jeppestown, Turffontein, the Bree Street taxi rank and wrap likewise as Fordsburg and Mayfair. Reports said police had been compelled to pull once again from the Bree Street cost rank. 

 

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Watching out for Daily Maverick in the Joburg CBD, misfortunes of the ravaging said that they dreaded for their lives and the lives of their friends and family. Inhabitants of Jeppestown said they rebuke the association for the ambushes.

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