South Africa is a country that has seen a surge in the number of foreigners intending to live and work within the country.
This desperate Immigration of foreigners has led to the increase of security challenges we are experiencing in different South African states especially the issue of kidnapping, carjacking, armed robbery, burglary, rape, drug dealing and so on.
Despite the government's effort in curtailing this atrocities, it has been revealed by a South African lawyer that our ladies get married to foreigners for a fee just to give them immunity by way of citizenship.
The lawyer who goes by the name Malatije on Twitter said that these ladies collect a fee as small as R2000 before getting married to these guys.
He warned that apart from Its legal implications, it is difficult and expensive to divorce a partner if he or she eventually escapes and cannot be found.
According to his exact statement on Twitter:
"SA women are getting "married" to foreign nationals for a fee (as little as R 2000) for citizenship.
Apart from legal implications that comes with marriage, it is very difficult and expensive to divorce a stranger and whose whereabouts are unknown to you."
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