WATCH | Free State farmers struggling to cope as alleged stock theft syndicate runs rampant

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71-year-old farmer, Selena Mosai says she has lost everything to stock theft.
71-year-old farmer, Selena Mosai says she has lost everything to stock theft.
Kayleen Morgan

Free State farmers have called on the government to intervene and prioritise rural safety following several allegations of police involvement in an alleged stock theft syndicate operating in the province.

Farmers Richard Mashinini, Herkie Viljoen and Selena Mosai shared their concerns with News24, saying that their livelihoods are at stake because of the losses incurred due to these crimes. 

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