The issue of foreigners in South Africa more especially illegal foreigners who are crossing borders each and everyday has been an issue and seems like government of the republic of South Africa doesn't have any plan at the moment.
South Africans have been blaming foreigners that they are taking their jobs and also blaming the restaurants and retailers that they nolonger hires South African citizens but prefers foreigners.
Unfortunately for KFC, citizens took matters into their own hands and close down the restaurant after they've learnt that the Store had hired Zimbabwean nationality to manage the store which in later stage fired all South Africans and replaced them with Foreigners.
Maybe the Communal unity against injustice and tyranny is what this nation needs but to prevent what could be seen as civil war, government must come up with measures which will force the businesses in South Africa to also hire South Africans.
The incident happened in Soweto Diepkloof.
You can watch the video of the incident on the following https://twitter.com/AlexReporterZA/status/1452255755604828171?t=Ryz3qrmF3IWWNvjR0ckxLg&s=19
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