South Africans are this time determined to clean up the country after foreign nationals have taken over. You go to the restaurants it is them who are working, they drive the trucks, the own spaza shops and they are everywhere in this country but it looks like that is just about to come to an end.
There are so many movements that have been formed against foreigners. South Africans want to be prioritized when it comes to opportunities whether be it job or business opportunities as that is currently not happening. They are entitled to those opportunities and the constitution does protect them in terms of that but that is not what has been happening.
Now we are seeing that even high-profile businesses are coming forth and fighting against the employment of foreigners while South Africans are expected to live on R350 grant.
It has now emerged that the company of Rupert will now be hiring harvest assistants and they are going to hire only South African citizens. RupertWines has now joined the fight and we might start to see other companies also ensuring that they hire South Africans. It was Julius Malema who said that we should not blame our brothers and sisters but blame the white man as they did not hire themselves.
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