Enhle Mbali addresses President Cyril Ramaphosa in live video after hijacking
Enhle Mbali (PHOTO: Gallo images/ Getty images)
after her hijacking, Enhle Mbali has spoken out in an Instagram live video on
short video the 30-year-old actress looked emotional and pleaded with President
Cyril Ramaphosa to help ordinary civilians combat crime in the country.
mother-of-two who had her newly gifted Porsche hijacked in Johannesburg at Hyde Park, spoke about how the staggering
crime rate in South Africa was affecting civilian.
about the three armed men who hijacked her, Enhle said that she was angry for
what they had done to her and much more than that, she also felt sorry for them
for using crime as a means to make ends meet.
adding that it was not a nice feeling to have something you’d worked hard for
taken away from you, but that this was a regular occurrence that many people in
South Africa were faced with.
in our country is just ridiculous, I heard from stats from a BBC documentary
that we have the highest rape stats in the world. Our crime stats aren’t quite
the highest yet but I think we’re going to get there if nothing is done,” she
went on to plead with the president to make constitutional changes to ensure
the safety of all South Africans and the creation of employment industries
which wouldn’t force people to resort to crime.
Cyril I don’t want to hear about the DA… I don’t want to hear about
disagreements within the ANC… help us make South Africa a better place,” she
it’s not about taking people and putting them into prison, it’s about creating
industries in South Africa, there are too many desperate people.”
some of the comments from her fans during the live video she said, “Yes
definitely I am okay, it was traumatizing but definitely I’m ok,” said Enhle.
don’t want to share too much because the case is being handled by the cops, if
I do share too much that would give the perpetrators the upper hand” explained
Enhle when asked what happened.
Speaking to The Juice, Founder and
CEO of the company, Sarit Tomlinson said: "Enhle has been through an
unfortunate and traumatic experience. We are grateful that she was physically
unharmed. She has her family and friends around her and is surrounded by love.
Enhle is doing okay."
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