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Things Are Not Looking Good For Zimbabweans As They Are Being Deported

South Africa is planned to host the entire population of Africa, including illegal immigrants, on the African continent. There is no leadership in South Africa. It's a good thing we have a leader who consults with the people on occasion, but not all the time. When you're in charge, you can't get advice from everyone all the time. As a leader, it is your responsibility to make difficult decisions on behalf of the people who have elected you. However, it appears that this will not be the case in the South African situation. 

Illegal foreigners in the country are a long-standing problem, and the administration appears uninterested in addressing it. To them, the ANC's unity is the only thing that matters, and that does not appear to be the case either. A real-life equivalent to what the South African government is contemplating and, who knows, maybe seeking to set up a commission of inquiry to investigate is taking place in Botswana. 

There is no mention of xenophobia in Botswana's widespread expulsion of Zimbabwean citizens. Some Zimbabweans may have attempted to hide in a warehouse in the hopes of evading deportation. As a result of this, they ended up being captured by a helicopter that was on the lookout for the pair. Zimbabweans are being targeted in a "capture and expel" operation. 

Zimbabweans appear to be having a difficult time. They are unwelcome in every place they go. Even in South Africa, we are aware that they have a finite amount of time. Since people with Zim Work Permits, which will expire on January 1, 2023, will be considered illegal immigrants, their deportation is just a matter of time.


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