[WATCH] A group of men load impala carcass in taxi at Kruger National Park
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Men loading the animal onto a taxi
Visitors to the Kruger National Park took to social media to raise concerns about a group of men who were seen picking up the carcass on an Impala near Satara.
SANParks responded to the posts by saying that “all is above board”. The organisation says the men are employed by Veterinary Wildlife Services and it is part of their mandate is to remove carcasses they find on the road.
Everyday things people are snobbish about
Do you have things that you just can't compromise on?
Well, Twitter users did not take time to table everyday things that they are rather snobbish about.
Name something you are a snob about.— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) June 18, 2019
I’ll go first. Bad quality toilet paper.
Terrifying road rage incident
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, a man was dragged down a stretch of highway in a terrifying road rage incident.
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