A recent report states that South African youths make up about 74 percent unemployment rate in South Africa and this growing rate of unemployment is currently fueling persistent criminal activities we see in South Africa today.
Earlier today, a South African activist known as Nhlanhla on Twitter has disclosed that South African unemployed civilian population are planning to organize a march where young persons from every provinces will protest through restaurants, industries and employers of labour businesses that employ foreigners at the detriment of South Africans.
He further stated that all the participants of the protest will come out with their resume.
He added that every employer of labour that hire Illegal Immigrants will be treated as enemy of Southern Africa.
According to his statement on Twitter:
"We planning a national march day where all unemployed South Africans from all provinces march through restaurants, factories etc with their CV's in hand!
We will treat all SA business that employs illegal foreigners as enemies of progress"
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