South Africa is long gone and if South Africans want to get their country back, they have to do more than they are currently doing now because things are not looking too good on the ground. The foreigners have infiltrated every part of this country. Everywhere you go, every corner is people who speak a language that you don't even understand and they are so free.
South Africa is long gone, and the situation on the ground does not look good for South Africans who want to reclaim their country. They must do more than they are currently doing. This country has been overrun by foreigners. Everyone you meet is fluent in a language you don't understand, and they're all so happy about it.
The flow of undocumented Zimbabweans into SA is just but a symptom of structural geopolitical problems. Arrests and deportations is only dealing with the symptoms and not the core of the problem, what is more disheartening in all this is that the ANC government has openly supported the regime in Harare despite pervasive economic mismanagement that has caused untold suffering to the people of Zimbabwe.
South Africa has been gone for a long time, and if South Africans want their country back, they need to do more than they are doing now, because things don't look good on the ground. Every part of this country has been taken over by foreigners.
These elections are very crucial we are now back in 2002 and 2008 where supporters of opposition party were brutalized and killed by zanupf regime, to use violence is a sign of losing power what happened in Gokwe it tells you that people of Zimbabwe are ready to die for their country.
South Africa is ancient history and to get their country back, they need to achieve more than they are correct now doing now since things are not looking too perfect on the ground. The untouchables have infiltrated all parts of this country. Any place you go, each corner is people who convey in a language that you don't really have even the remotest clue and they are so free.
Things are not looking too promising on the ground, so South Africans will need to step up their efforts beyond what they are doing at the moment if they want to bring back their country. South Africa has long since disappeared. The population of this country has been completely overrun by outsiders.
South Africans who want to regain their nation are in a precarious position, and the situation on the ground is not encouraging. To be effective, they need to do more than they are now. Foreigners have occupied every square inch of this country. Every city has people that speak a language you don't understand, but they're still so carefree about it.
Taxi industry makes 90 billion a year but only tax on 5 million. SARS will be targeting taxi bosses.
South African commuters rely on taxis for their commute on a daily basis.Millions of South African workers and students use taxis daily to and from various destinations.Taxis have become an essential part of South Africans and the SADAC countries.Taxi prices have been increasing with steep amounts in recent years.
The South African government has finally come out and spoke about the Bushiri saga, this comes after Bushiri and his wife absconded the country and went to Bushiri's home country of Malawi. Bushiri and his wife are facing allegations of theft, fraud and money laundering to the value of R100 million with thier other co-accused, whom they were all granted bail. Bushiri and his wife were given bail last week of R200.000. Now the South African government is seeking ways to extradite the two back to South Africa,