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Zimbabwe Association Drags Gauteng High Court To Give 200,000 Zimbabweans Permanent Residence

According to various reputable sources reaching us today, it says that Zimbabwe Exemption Permit Holders Association has gone extra miles to ensure that some of their people in South Africa will get permanent residence before the end of 2022 as ordered by SA government.

Recall that South African government suspended the Zimbabwe Exemption Permit System in December 2021, and later extended to end of 2022 before activating the mass deportation system to Zimbabweans.

However, Zimbabwe association has filed court papers requesting the Gauteng High Court should grant permanent residence to 200,000 Zimbabwe Exemption Permit Holders. The news came as a shock to the people of South Africa due to the effrontery they used in making orders in another man's land.

Owning to the fact that most South Africans are tired of living with foreigners, they didn't hesitate to dish out their anger in the comment section of the post. Many people regarded Zimbabweans as the problem SA is facing, while some blamed the government for allowing such fate to befall them. See people's reactions on the post:

In the recent months, South Africans have been protesting and doing all they could to see if the government would deport the illegal foreigners in country in order to reduce' the rate of crime and unemployment.

In my own opinion, South African government should take legal and sure that they protect the legal immigrants and serve justice to the illegal ones. The high rate of unemployment and crime could be because of the increasing population in the nation.

In other hands, some South Africans who are using Violent means to fight the foreigners should be reprimanded by the law. Nobody deserve to be treated as a slave no matter the condition to they find themselves.

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