Immigrants living in South Africa are always faulted for the high level of unemployment we experience in our country. Most people alleged that Immigrants are dispossessing local citizens of available job opportunities.
This are some of the claims made by a South African young man known as KingJosh on Twitter who said that our youth's unemployment rate is place at 75 percent and the government of South Africa is still allowing foreigners to flood our space.
He further said that the government should have issued an moratorium on migration if it is serious about fighting youth unemployment.
According to his exact statement on Twitter and it reads:
"Unemployment Rate sits at 75 percent for Youth but Economic Migrants are still Allowed in the country. A Normal Government would have issued a Moratorium on Migration."
This is just a wake up call for the South African authorities to wake up and do the needful as regards the issue of Immigration into South Africa. Our home affairs should only accept individuals who can fit into the economy at a particular given time and not necessarily giving out visas to everyone who wish to be here.
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