VIDEO: Aunt, Sophy Chauke, saves man and nephew, Frans Manganyi, who got profiled and arrested by SAPS for speaking different 'Tsonga' in Diepsloot KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, April 8, 2022

VIDEO: Aunt, Sophy Chauke, saves man and nephew, Frans Manganyi, who got profiled and arrested by SAPS for speaking different 'Tsonga' in Diepsloot

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that a 35-year-old South African who speaks different Tsonga has been profiled by the SAPS. He goes by the name, Frans Manganyi. (Read More Here).


According to information, Frans Manganyi, was on his way to work in the morning when he was dragged by his belt by a South Africa Police Service who demanded his identity card. 

Unfortunately, Frans Manganyi, had none and was then told to pronounce some body parts in Tsonga. He did, but the cops noticed that his Tsonga wasn't as same as theirs and he was accused of not hailing from Malamulele. 

Thankfully, his aunt, Sophy Chauke, saved him as she convinced the SAPS that her nephew is indeed a South African. 

“I am sad because today I almost got arrested because my Tsonga is different from that of the police officer,” laments Mangayi.  

He claims that despite the difficult living conditions they face on a daily basis, he has never considered turning to crime since moving to Deipsloot two years ago.

“This is our everyday life. I wake in the morning and try to get an odd job as a gardener. Some days are better than others,” he says.  

Manganyi relived his ordeal when speaking to the media on Friday afternoon. He explained why the two law enforcement officials didn’t believe he was a fully-fledged South African.

“The officer said to me there is no way you are from Malamulele. They said they were ‘from Malamulele, and in Malamulele we don’t speak like that? I told them, ‘I swear I am from Malamulele’.”

“I’m a South African, and I am sad because today I almost got arrested because my Tsonga is different from that of the police officer. This is our everyday life. I wake in the morning and try to get an odd job as a gardener. Some days are better than others," Frans Manganyi tells police officers. 

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