It has now become very clear that South Africans are tired of having illegal foreigners in this country and now they act like this is their motherland when they left their country without questioning any laws in their respective countries. But they come to this country illegally and want to question the law. This is just how bad the situation regarding foreigners in this country is.
We know that companies have now been under pressure when it comes to the issue of employing foreigners as Operation Dudula has made the law start prevailing. Home affairs and labor department officials are now starting to do their jobs which has forced many companies to also go back to the drawing board since they have foreign employees who are not supposed to be working there.
PutSouthAfricaFirst is not happy about the notice that was issued by Caltex to its foreign national employees who holds work permit. It looks like they have not been listening to what Operation Dudula and PutSouthAfricaFirst have been preaching against ever since. It looks like they are not even aware of the critical skills list that the minister of home affairs Aaron Motsoaledi has issued.
We know that there is no critical skill work that can be done by foreigners at a garage. Petrol attendant is not a rare skill and it looks like Caltex is still confused or just playing dumb. This comes after they issued a notice to the foreign workers informing them about fixing their documents before the labor officials come knocking on their door.
Foreign nationals working at Caltex are being informed to endure that their documents are in order and that's all. Nothing is being said about the scares skills jobs which is the primary focus of all this exercise by Operation Dudula and PutSouthAfricaFirst. They are not happy at all about the latest development from Caltex. VictoriaAfrica has shown some concerns regarding this matter. It looks like more is to be done so that the message can get across.
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