"Zimbabweans Opened Schools, Churches In South Africa How Can We Unite?" SA Man Cries On Twitter
South Africa - Well it seems Zimbabweans have taken over South Africa to a point where they have built their own schools and churches. This comes as a South African man named Joel has cried out on Twitter about how South Africans can unite with Zimbabweans after they have done that. Joel wants to know how can South Africans unite with Zimbabweans if they don't respect them. "Bogus School Discovered in Tembisa. Zimbabweans have opened schools, churches in South Africa how can we unite with such people who do not respect us the laws of our country?" Joel tweeted. This is a true fact. Zimbabweans have literally taken over the whole of South Africa from waiterering to the spaza shop industry and now also schools and churches while South Africans remain unemployed. What do you think of this? Please leave a comment below.
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