Zimbabweans Came To SA To Escape Poverty And Hunger; SA Lawyer Admits On Twitter - South Africa
South Africa, Twitter - Well it seems there is always an explanation for everything and South Africa and the ANC, is not innocent when it comes to Zimbabwe and Zanu PF. This comes as a white man on Twitter named Richard Spoor admitted that South Africa is also to blame for the poverty in Zimbabwe. Richard tweeted that South Africa allowed Zimbabwe to collapse, and they felt guilty about it so they opened their borders to the poverty stricken Zimbabweans. "They come to escape poverty and hunger in their own countries. SA allowed Zimbabwe to collapse under tyranny, it’s only intervention was to open its borders to relieve the economic impact on millions of that country’s people." Richard Tweeted. It is well documented that the ANC has kept quiet about the atrocities happening in Zimbabwe they never confront the Zanu PF government face to face so that the world can see what they are doing is wrong. The ANC will rather keep quiet and try and help Zimbabweans hy other means. What do you think of this? Please leave a comment below.
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