Less than a week after South Africans took to the streets to protest against Zimbabweans, the alleged killings and kidnappings in Mamelodi were seized. There is a perception among South Africans that they are tired and tired of Zimbabweans who come to their country to be ruined instead of looking for job opportunities like other foreigners. Due to the high level of crime committed by Zimbabweans, they continue to hunt in South Africa, and in some countries, they are no longer wanted.
While there are those who have come to this country in search of work, it is unfortunate that there are others who have come to seek money quickly, and in order to find, they are committing acts of violence, which has led them to think that all foreigners are evil.
It appears that a South African house stamp was seized on the head of the Zimbabwean people, according to a man who wrote on Twitter. According to a tweet, Zimbabweans are selling a South African home stamp in Zimbabwe so that foreigners can have a temporary passport to reach South Africa for anyone who wants to go to South Africa to visit their country. There are also unanswered questions about how to get a South African stamp. This simply means that someone working in the housing department has assistants who are all involved in the same crime.
The way Zimbabweans are treated by the South African Department of Home Affairs shows that South Africa is also engaging in violent activities. Because it is clear that there are people working in the home affairs department who are assisting the people of Zimbabwe with a national stamp, people are left with the question "I am not sure" and want a full investigation. According to my research, in doing so, they are also encouraging more Zimbabweans to relocate to South Africa, while many of them are threatening the lives of South Africans by associating with terrorists.
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