South African people have been demanding for the prioritization of citizens in the country. This is coming at a time when it seems like foreigners are getting more opportunities than locals.
There has been claim by locals that foreigners are occupying every sector making it difficult for South African citizens to emerge and head key positions across informal and formal sectors.
Meanwhile, a dissatisfied Zimbabwean lady has Lamented over the level of domination foreigners exercise in South Africa. She said that foreigners are not allowed to engage in informal businesses or render unskilled services in countries like Zambia, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Nigeria etc.
She further stated that police operatives will definitely interfere while local citizens will revolt when foreigners try to do so in the above mentioned countries.
According to her exact statement on Twitter and it reads:
"Exactly you can never find informal sector in Botswana Zambia Zimbabwea Tanzania run by foreigners impossible the police would just arrest them locals will revolt! Let us be fair, ask those citizens if it’s a possibility in their country, NEVER."
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