Herman Mashaba, a well-known South African politician, has taken to social media to express his concern about illegal immigration in the country.
In Mashaba's view, illegal immigration has become an enormous problem for the country.
"South Africans are increasingly concerned about the problem of illegal immigration. I'm ecstatic that we've finally been able to put an end to our people being exposed to slurs and name calling for so long. Let us honor the sovereignty of our nation."
Check out some of the comments from South Africans to this news in the gallery below.
@zsimayi wrote on Twitter:
"The first thing to observe about this bill is that we are not xenophobic. South Africans come first, but we are not apologetic about it. Why aren't people paying attention to the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)?"
Tweeted by @Nehanda Kaguvi:
Immigrants are busy selling tomatoes and veggies while "all state-owned institutions are going one by one, Eskom very soon."
In a tweet from @204Mashudu,
SoE in South Africa? "And who gave you a platform to talk about that?"
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