It is no longer news that the people of South Africa are becoming very uncomfortable with the continuous stay and dominance of Zimbabwean nationals living in the country. Many pressure groups have emerged with sole aim of making sure that Zimbabweans in South Africa are dislodged at all cost.
But it seems as if the more South Africans try, the more difficult it becomes for Zimbabweans to live the country. This demand essentially became necessary after citizens were deprived of different opportunities by foreigners.
The situation has grown from mere social media trolling to something much more physical and brutal.
In an emerging report, a South African man known as Garci who has been vocal about the issue of Zimbabwe have said what and how he feels about Zimbabwean nationals.
Garci said that his blood boils whenever he hears the word Zimbabwe from people in real life or social media. He went further say that the word makes him sick.
He urged Zimbabwean nationals living in South Africa to go back home and fix their country by demanding for basic amenities like; Hospitals, schools, borehole water etc.
According to Garci's exact statement on Twitter:
"When I see the word "Zimbabwean" trend, This automatically makes my blood boil. That word on its own makes one sick!! Let me remind you. You are not welcome in South Africa. Go fix your country and demand simple basic needs like Hospitals.
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