Date : 23 November 2021
It has ended in tears for a foreigner who was caught with fake employment permit and his employers. Yesterday another foreign national truck driver was arrested after he was caught with fake employment permit in Gqeberha Eastern Cape. This happened during the road freight and logistics integrated blitz inspection taking place. The truck driver was found in possession of fake employment permit and was arrested. He is going to be charged for being in possession of fake employment documents.
Also he will not be facing charges alone but together with the person who employed him. It was confirmed that his employer will also be facing charges because of employing a person with fake employment permits. This has proven to the world how foreigners are corrupt and would do anything to get a job. This is why South Africans are saying enough is enough with having foreigners in their country. They have been calling for foreigners to leave the country but nothing is being done about it. They feel foreigners are taking their jobs and want them to return back to their own countries.
People are so dissapointed in the driver for employing him in the first place. They say he is contributing to South Africans not having jobs. We have millions of people in South Africa who are unemployed but they are giving foreigners jobs first. South Africans want the employer to go jail for hiring him in the first place. This might be the end of his job or his company. Maybe this will be a lesson to many people country-wide who are using fake employment permits. It is advisable for employers to always to check the people they intend to employ and check if they are legit before they get themselves into trouble . Share your thoughts and follow for more news.
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