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South Africans Do not want to Open Spaza Shops but Keep Fighting Foreigners Doing So - Zim Man Fumes

The reactions of South Africans regarding the dominance of Foreign nationals in our country has continued to stir controversy among citizens and immigrants. South Africans have always complained about the overwhelming presence of economic illegal immigrants working and doing business in our country without contributing to the growth of South Africa.

This has led to the establishment of pressure groups like operation dudula and Put South Africa First aimed at forcibly kicking out these immigrants perceived to be creating unhealthy competition in South Africa.

In a recent development, an angry Zimbabwean man known as Patriot on Twitter has questioned why South African citizens demand for the shutting down of spaza shops but they still fail to open up these stores to replace the services of foreign spaza shop owners.

He further stated that the concept of spaza shop started way back before foreign nationals arrived South Africa in droves and took over because citizens neglected the sector.

According to his exact statement on Twitter and it reads:

"The correct question should be, why are most South Africans like you not trying hard to open and operate spaza shops in their neighborhoods? Remember that these foreign nationals do not even know what Spaza shop means, the concept started in townships long before foreigners set their foot in South Africa".

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