Source: Tense weekend in SA as Zimbabweans given 3 days to leave their homes | Harare Live It's been a tense weekend in South African townships, with Zimbabweans given until the end of the weekend to abandon their leased houses and leave the country. Most migrants in Gauteng Province's disadvantaged suburbs have already been given three days' notice to leave their houses, and some have been compelled to abandon their employment.
Zimbabweans have been given until Sunday night to leave South Africa, causing a tense environment in townships across the country. A three-day warning to vacate has already been given to the majority of migrants in Gauteng's poorer suburbs, and some have been forced to give up their jobs as well.
IT is an exceptionally charged end of the week in South African municipalities where Zimbabwean nationals have been surrendered to the furthest limit of the end of the week to vacate their leased homes and leave the country. As of now, a large portion of the migrants residing in helpless rural areas around Gauteng Province have been given three days' notification to leave their homes, while some are being compelled to stop their occupations.
It's been a strained end of the week in South African municipalities, with Zimbabweans given until the weekend's end to forsake their rented houses and leave the country. Most travelers in Gauteng Province's impeded rural areas have effectively been given three days' notification to leave their homes, and some have been constrained to forsake their work.
Most migrants in Gauteng Province's burdened rural areas have as of now been given three days' notification to leave their homes, and some have been constrained to forsake their business. The capability of xenophobic violence is really intense that it has provoked the Zimbabwean Embassy in Pretoria and human rights organizations to intercede.