Its official: SA is the most dangerous and most violent country on earth

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Its official: SA is the most dangerous and most violent country on earth. Photo: Die Vryburger
Its official: SA is the most dangerous and most violent country on earth. Photo: Die Vryburger

The 2018 Global Peace Index shows that SA is the most dangerous and most violent country on earth.

The index published by the Institute for Economics and Peace uses three categories, namely militarization, safety and security and international conflict to substantiate their findings.

According to peace standards, SA occupies the 125th place out of 163 countries, with only countries such as Afghanistan and Syria doing worse than SA.

Two factors, namely violent crimes and murders place SA in the top position in the world.

Despite efforts of political correctness and the left wing media who want to believe that Cyril Ramaphosa is the solution to the country, he is still the president of the murder mecca of the world.

Read the original article in Afrikaans on Die Vryburger

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