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Foreigners Will Only Go Home If This Happens. See Details Here (Opinion)

Foreigners Will Only Go Home If This Happens- Opinion

Foreigners have been subjected to Xenophobic attacks for years now. South Africans have always made it clear that they do not want them here and they must go home but foreign nationals continued to stay. 

Things have turned for the worst now that the unemployment rate in South Africa has been on the rise. Foreign nationals are employed while South African Citizens remain unemployed. The Patriotic Alliance have been in the streets of Johannesburg demanding answers as to why employ foreigners are employed while South Africans do not have those jobs. The EFF have also been visiting restuarants to check employment ratio of foreign nationals to South Africans. 

All these efforts show how South Africa and its citizens are adamant about this issue of foreign nationals. However, their efforts will have nothing to show for if the ruling government does not do anything about this. 

The South African ruling government has not said anything on all these fights against foreigners. This is surprising because they should be the ones to put South Africans first since they are ruling the country. 

The ANC has not been able to track and deport illegal foreigners as demanded by the people. The SAPS and home affairs should be the ones to take care of this issue however it has not happened. Therefore, if the ruling government does not see the need for this then we can rest assured that we will keep fighting foreigners but our efforts will not bring back the intended results. But we all know that the ANC government has been failing for 28 years now. Perhaps it is also high time we have a new government that will put the needs of South Africans first.

What do you think are the things that should be done to ensure the deportation of illegal foreigners? Share your thoughts down below.

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