To me acts like these doesn't fit the definition of crime, but terrorism or guerrilla warfare.
Sheesh, how silly of me! There I was, thinking that a pretty strong case could be made for ATMs being blown up not as acts of rebellion and/or wanton property destruction, but for the rather more seedy purpose of getting at the cash stored inside.
Sounds like a job for the army.
Hmm, yes, the army does have easier access to more powerful ordnance and in greater quantities but the cash might then become shredded and unredeemable.
Xenophobia is getting out of hand as a result of Mbeki's quiet diplomacy.
I’m a little confused here. I understand that Mbeki could have approached many things quite differently to the greater benefit of all, but you’ll need to clarify how his political conduct condones or encourages xenophobia.
A hungry mob is an an angry mob!
Hey, I know that song too but I don’t remember it mentioning any “uhuru” or acts of terrorism.