Latest On Sizokthola – NPA Employee Caught in Drug House Claims He Came to Borrow Money

In the latest episode of Sizokthola, the dark reality of drug dealing in the country was exposed.

Xolani Khumalo ventured into a drug cartel enclave and interviewed individuals he encountered, including an employee of the NPA (National Prosecuting Authority).

Surprisingly, the NPA employee claimed that he had come to borrow money and not to purchase drugs.

This revelation has sparked shock and controversy among the public.

Last week, the nation was astonished to witness a Home Affairs officer selling South African IDs to foreigners for a hefty sum of 50,000 rand.

Now, an NPA employee is caught regularly visiting a drug cartel house, raising questions about his true intentions.

Xolani Khumalo’s bold investigative work in exposing these irregularities has garnered praise from many.

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A social media user commented, “Xolani Khumalo has truly elevated his game. Our country’s security forces should be ashamed of how he and his team can uncover criminal activities that they have failed to address.”

Calls have emerged for the program to be extended beyond its usual 30-minute time slot, reflecting the public’s concern about corruption within the government and the ability of drugs to pass through border security undetected.

Doubts have been cast on the NPA employee’s claim of borrowing money, with some suggesting that he may have actually been there to buy drugs.

Supporters of Xolani Khumalo emphasize the importance of his efforts in combating drug issues and call for him to be protected.

These incidents shed light on the involvement of government officials in aiding criminals and perpetuating crime in South Africa.

There is growing frustration over their apparent lack of concern for the nation’s well-being and future.


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