Following the menace of foreigners in South Africa, the indigenes have been lamenting and calling on the government to put an end to their wicked acts. Foreigners from different parts of the country have largely dominated some parts of South Africa but that it is not problem because we accommodate everyone.
The issue is that they commit all sorts of sins against the South Africans and threatened to do more if the masses react. The government are not aslo helping matters after loosing in court on two different occasions to them. The menace is now deepening as these 3 things was recently done by foreigners in the country.
1. Somalians were caught stealing goods and selling fake products to the South Africans.
Somalians stole goods and resell them to South Africans. They make their own fake products and sell them to customers rather than purchasing the originals. Most of what you see in drinks and canned food is fake. They make a killing selling counterfeit goods, and that's why they keep doing it. Additionally, they provide them at a discount in order to draw in new customers. Because of the low price, South Africans will abandon original products in favor of their own.
2. Foreigners March in Limpopo
South africans are no longer happy with the government after watching video of foreigners marching in the streets of Limpopo as they try to displace south africans wherever they go.
The group of foreigners didn't clarify why they are marching but the audacity of doing such in someone's country shows they are more to it.
3. According to recent video evidence, some Somalis have been causing damage to South Africans' property. They set fire to a variety of things, including cars, taxis, companies, homes, and so on.
Angry Somalis emerged on camera threatening to harm police personnel sent to settle the disagreement and uphold the rule of law in their country. Anyone who stood in their way or attempted to obstruct them would be met with violence.
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