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Foreign Truck And Bus Drivers Rise to Defend Themselves After Lux Warned Against Migrants

Some truck drivers and bus drivers have said that they will not watch their brothers from Lesotho, Zimbabwe, and other African countries sent away from South Africa, saying that they did not choose to be here, rather it was the Economic situation in their respective countries that prompted them to come here. They are saying that the government is not doing enough to protect the migrants. A South African youth and member of the operation Dudula movement who felt offended by the bus and truck drivers says that mass deportation must be carried out. However, some of the protesting drivers are South Africans. He wrote, “-So Truck and Bus drivers who are foreigners march to the Union in Pretoria to demand protection for themselves In SA-Setting deadlines for SADC to respond Or else they'll call all Africans to fight for them…@GaytonMcK. @nhlanhla_lux_. Operation Dudula. Mass deportation now".

Some people are very angry with the statement. One said, “They must complain about their poorly managed countries like we do, we are not running, but we are willing to fight, so they must do the same, ask for SASSA grants as well and other things Hào, they must give SADC 7 days to address their governments not ours. There don't understand by marching the hope is that SADC will force South Africa Government to kept them here, the nice thing is that Zimbabweans' president had asked his citizen to come back home their refuse to leave South Africa their don't have case”.

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