The people of Zimbabwe has come under criticism for a very long time following the continuous attempt made by its citizens to leave the country due to economic hardship.
In South Africa alone, it is very rare to go to a locality without coming across one or more Zimbabweans and this has prompted many South Africans to demand for the repatriation of most foreigners of Zimbabwean origin.
Just yesterday, a group of Zimbabwean elites living in South Africa and other parts of the world organized an online discussion to better understand the impact of sanctions on the Zimbabwean economy.
The meeting has gotten the attention of South Africans as many stated that it will help initiate development in Zimbabwe again.
According to a statement released by That Moodley on Twitter:
"Looks like 'PutSouthAfricansFirst' is forcing Zimbabweans to get their act together. The only problem is that they continue to blame everyone else instead of using their education to find solutions"
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