19 August 2022
People in Limpopo province in Mariveni residents mobilized to protect against hiring of illigal immigrants. The community is tired of staying with people who are actually unemployed while the illegal immigrants are working. The community was having a meeting today to plan their protest that they want to do in order to fix things.
The community of Mariveni village in Tzaneen having a meeting talking about the companies which are hiring illegal immigrants. The community tried sending notices to the companies to stop what there are actually doing but it was not helping. The community has decided to take this thing it to their own hands.
It was futher reported that the masses demand three companies responsible for pruning and security work leadership's recruitment to be replaced with companies owned by locals. The community want these illegal immigrants to be fired so that there are people who are looking for jobs in Tzaneen.
The group has planned to pay a visit to the companies and talk to them nicely without any violence. There are not planning to break any law but they want the companies to employ people around the community, other than the illegal immigrants which is truly understandable.
It's not easy to stay at home while there are big companies around the area. The community doesn't want to end up having a big and violent protest but if they push them they will do it. They hope that their managers will be able to communicate with the community members.
It is important for these companies to employ atleast 80% of South African people and then 20% of foreigners. That will make people not to have violence against the companies. People are still waiting to see what will actually happen after the meeting that they will have with the companies.
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