It is common knowledge that Zimbabweans are quick to weigh in whenever South Africans bring up the topic of foreigners in this country. When it comes to matters of issuing immigration in this country, they always have an opinion. Most of the time, they are also displeased that South Africans get along with the white people in the country and insist that the problem of foreigners can only be solved by confronting the original settlers.
The action of Home Affairs commission few months back has sent a serious message to companies employing the services of illegal immigrants in South Africa. It would be recalled that Home Affairs in collaboration with South African Police conducted an operation to uncover employees who are working in the country without proper documentation.
South Africa constantly stands apart as really newsworthy for harsh pursues on travelers. With the plan of a social event called Put South Africa First, xenophobia has shown up at new heights. Essential freedoms shields and new nationals are stressed over the Put South Africa First turn of events, what began by means of online diversion and has arranged numerous people for a stroll to the Nigerian and Zimbabwean departments in Pretoria last week.
After being apprehended and charged with the murders of seven South African women in Limpopo province at the beginning of this year, a Seshego serial killer known as Dube made headlines. He began appearing in court at this point, and members of Operation Dudula, as well as members of the Put South Africa First campaign, were in attendance as witnesses.
South Africa is faced with a huge drug challenge, most communities are being destroyed by drugs since there is easy access to drugs in communities. Drugs are being sold to children and that leads to their future being destroyed since the youth are getting addicted to using drugs, and that then leads to a high crime rate since they will require money to buy drugs to satisfy their addiction.
South Africa frequently makes headlines for violent attacks on immigrants. With the formation of a group called Put South Africa First, xenophobia has reached new heights. Human rights defenders and foreign nationals are concerned about the Put South Africa First movement, which began on social media and has mobilized dozens of people for a march to the Nigerian and Zimbabwean embassies in Pretoria last week.
Botswana is not like South Africa| watch them deporting illegal foreigners back to their Countries. Other countries, like South Africa, appear to be quite concerned about illegal immigration. Sadly, the country's repeated arrests and deportations have earned it the moniker "xenophobic nation. ".
Zimbabwean nationals are becoming very worried over the continuous indictment of its citizens to every crime that is happening in South Africa by citizens of SA. This has brought a whole lot of bad image to the country and many Zimbabweans are no longer comfortable with that. If you're conversant with news report recently, you will realized that Zimbabweans are often associated to many criminal activities happening in the country especially car hijacking, cable theft, spiking, armed robbery and so on.
The pioneers of Put South Africa First is getting the needed attention from political class and ordinary citizens. The pressure movement has been at the forefront of group pushing for the prioritization of South African citizen. Meanwhile, the leader of Patriotic Alliance, Mr Gayton McKenzie who is often known for speaking up on issues of national importance has reiterated his commitment towards helping "Put South Africa First" achieve it aim.
https://twitter.com/KING58695146/status/1529838899417206784?t=JGED8ipxF6rfUlve7eSA9g&s=19 It would appear that Operation Dudula is expanding at a rate that is only getting faster and faster. The fact that so many people in South Africa are associating themselves with this movement is evidence that an increasing number of South Africans currently subscribe to the philosophy that Operation Dudula upholds in the present day.
South Africa appears to be a particularly vulnerable country when it comes to illegal immigration from other countries. While it appears that many other countries are still arresting and deporting people, South Africa has been stigmatized as a xenophobic country because of its practice of deporting people. An image of BOTSWANA police trucks transporting illegal foreigners back to their home countries is currently viral on social media.
The South African people have constantly shown displeasure with the high number of Zimbabweans living in our country and this issue has raised so much controversy among citizens of South Africa and Zimbabweans. Over the months, the demand for the repatriation of Zimbabweans have intensified, groups like Operation dudula and Put South Africa First emerged to lead the agitation aimed at dislodging illegal immigrants from our country.
The subject of discussion is Operation Dudula and Put. South Africa's first movement leaders joined a political party in the country's history. No one ever imagined that they would live to see the day when they would be leaders of a movement that is determined to see South Africans placed first, and they would become members of the party or rather political organizations.
According to South Africa's residents, an influx of unauthorized workers will negatively impact our economy and infrastructure. Because these newcomers are prepared to labor for slave wages, many people assume that they are displacing local workers. As a result of this issue's persistence, advocacy groups such as Operation Dudula and Put South Africa First have been founded.
The activity of Home Affairs commission not many months back has sent a genuine message to organizations utilizing the administrations of unlawful outsiders in South Africa. It would be reviewed that Home Affairs in a joint effort with South African Police directed an activity to reveal representatives who are working in the country without legitimate documentation.
A Zimbabwean serial killer has admitted that he sold body parts to three well-known businesspeople in the country. At the beginning of this year, a Seshego serial killer known as Dube grabbed headlines after he was apprehended in Limpopo province for the murders of seven South African women in the same area.
The members of Operation dudula keep striking fear and tension amongst communities of different nationalities living in South Africa. This situation keep intensifying ever since many South Africans became convinced that foreign nationals are part of the factors contributing to the country's unemployment and growing insecurity. Meanwhile, groups like Put South Africa First and Operation dudula are at the forefront piloting the affairs of individuals agitating for the repatriation of foreign nationals and also calling for the prioritization of citizens.
Caltex garage's letter to immigrant workers shocked many of them. Operation Dudula and the Put South Africa First campaign had shook up the country with no regard for fear or favor. As a result, many businesses, as well as the government, now view the issue as one that needs to be addressed.
Gayton Mckenzie Promise to Intensify Fight Against Illegal Immigration as New Mayor of Central Karoo
The emergence of Mr Gayton McKenzie as the new Mayor of Central Karoo is still a surprise to many who never knew that South Africans will rally round the Patriotic Alliance leader. You would recall that Gayton McKenzie had come under criticism over the role he played in making sure that businesses owned by foreigners which does not comply to South Africa's business standard was shut down.
There has been a dramatic increase in South African citizens' outrage at the way in which illegal immigrants are behaving in South Africa. Because they are believed to be the perpetrators of infrastructure destruction, drug trafficking, and other criminal activity, illegal aliens are being expelled from South Africa in order that the country can focus on addressing its persistently high unemployment rate.