The demand for the prioritization of South Africans before any other nationality is gaining a nationwide attention and if much attention is not paid to the growing tension, it may degenerate to something much more brutal.
You would recall that popular PutSouthAfricansFirst Movement has been calling for a match against industries and small businesses that prefer the services of Illegal Immigrants to that of local citizens who are qualified to get the same job.
One of such protest happened in Johannesburg yesterday as many supporters of the group were seen matching through Yoevil in Johannesburg.
They visited restaurants, sales outlet, industries within the area that reportedly hire Immigrants at the detriment of local South African citizens.
In a video currently trending on Twitter, the participants of the protest could be heard chanting war songs whilst getting their message delivered to all and sundry.
According to a statement released by Dixy on Twitter:
"PutSouthAficansFirst, voice_in_action and Dudula are chasing Illegal foreigners out of South African's jobs, ANC government must deport them, failure to do so 2024 is around the corner and they will kiss government good bye"
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