South Africans all over the country are currently revolting against the imbalance existing within the employment sector. Many of our young graduates are yet to lay hold of meaningful job opportunities and this is one of the factors fueling 'immigrants/citizens' tension in South Africa.
Just recently, a couple of independent organizations have been moving from one business establishments to another to ascertain which of them hire more foreigners at the detriment of local citizens. The operation has yielded a lot of positive results so far.
She claimeed that a Non Governmental Organization based in Sandton known as 'Hand to Hand' hired about 80% Zimbabweans, including the CEO of the body.
She called on social development to investigate this report and ensure that justice is served.
In her words, she said:
"We are reliably informed that an NGO situated in Sandton called Hand in Hand employs 80% Zimbabweans including the CEO. We plead with Social development to look into this matter. We can't allow foreigners to rape our economy. We are closing all taps for opportunists."
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