mzwanele manyi an African Transformation movement parliamentary member took to twitter with a document containing a very serious accusations of abuse of south africans by the foreign nationals.its been quite a while since social media war between foreigners and the south africans began,a lot of videos,texts and voice notes are being shared by south africans trying to convice the government that they're not xenophobic but these one is disturbing to an extent that one ask where are actually south africans belongs
Here's the tweetthe war against the african rivals doesn't seem to end anytime soon,if the government is not coming in to establish the validity of these accusations there's huge possibility that this will end in tears and sorrow.almost each and every day there's new revelation that foreigners this foreigners that but nobody from government comes forward to try and address this issues,peace was never a mandate of south african government.
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