The South African people are not backing down a bit in their quest to kick out illegal immigrants exploiting the nation at the detriment if it's citizens. The demand for the repatriation of Illegal immigrants is one of the hottest agitation from citizens recently.
Most South African people believe that the excessive influx of foreign nationals into the country is the reason for growing unemployment and increased insecurity in the country, hence the intensified effort to dislodge immigrants from the country.
In an emerging report, it's been confirmed that four organizations are collaborating to shut down the city of Mokopane, Limpopo this coming Monday.
The groups main aim of organizing this newest march is to show their displeasure over the continuous dominance of foreign nationals in the trucking industry despite initial opposition from South Africans truck drivers on the issue.
The groups involved are Put South Africa First, Operation Dudula, Association of Truck Drivers and Forgotten citizens of South Africa. The concern groups will be meeting to further deliberate on how to ensure that the trucking industry is completely reserved strictly for citizens of South Africa.
We are optimistic that the administration of President Cyril Ramaphosa would look into this growing issue in the trucking industry and find a long lasting solution to the problems.
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