The Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton Mckenzie has said that the city of Johannesburg chief Whip has a Zimbabwean Office Manager working, this as the Patriotic Alliance intensifies it's move in getting rid of illegal foreigners in around Johannesburg and Eldorado Park as part of the party's promise of Putting South African's first.
At first Gayton Mckenzie and his party were trying to get rid of all illegal foreigners but it seems like they have changed their stance, according to Mckenzie on his personal account they are now switching gears as they are now looking to get rid of all foreigners working in different companies whether they have permits or not, Mckenzie says they will only spare those who possess a rare special skill.
It remains to be seen if Gayton Mckenzie and his party have all the power to carry all this action, the ruling party African National Congress or the Democratic Alliance and the Economic Freedom Fighters have not commented on the actions of the Patriotic Alliance, but it seems they have the support of the people of South Africa who says the party is moving in the right direction.
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