Many African immigrants have complained about South Africans' calls for the deportation of all immigrants on the grounds that they are the source of unemployment and instability throughout the nation.
As a result of the agitation, there have been several street protests and, in some instances, physical altercations between pressure groups and targeted immigrants.
However, Rosch Rosyka, an Indian man on Twitter, has explained why he will no longer purchase real estate in South Africa. Due to the increase in xenophobic actions against foreign nationals and illicit activities across the country, he asserted that black South Africans have brought their country to the level of Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
According to Rosch's Twitter message, "I am no longer interested in purchasing real estate in South Africa, as black South Africans are transforming the country into Zimbabwe and Mozambique with their heinous operation dudula."
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