The discussion surrounding Immigration is being analyzed by different individuals from various works of life in South Africa due to its impact on the development of our nation.
In recent times, there's been call by the citizens of South Africa for their government to work out modalities on how best to handle the issue of Immigration.
In a recent post, a South African lady known as thandi on Twitter has shown displeasure with the way in which Home Affairs issue work permit to ordinary maid in South Africa.
He claim that such does not exist in other countries of the world where the government have to issue papers to foreigners to come and work as gardener or maid.
According to his statement on Twitter:
"How can a maid get a work permit or a waiter please home affairs explain !!! I can’t imagine going to London and working as a maid or Gardner, or in Zambia no where else but in South Africa does this happen."
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