In a tweet that was posted on the Home Affairs Twitter account, Aaron Motsoaledi, a member of the African National Congress and the Minister of Home Affairs in South Africa, announced the decision to completely revamp the country's immigration policies.
He stated that the country's immigration system would undergo a "Complete Overhaul" as a result of the decision made by the government. Work is currently being done in this area, and we will be revealing the results very soon.
It has been agreed by Minister Motsoaledi to begin home affairs afreash as soon as possible are foreign nationals in South Africa both Legal and will be illegally present in the country.
He stated that by using this approach, anyone in South Africa who are in possession of forged documents will be found out, as the New South African Documents cannot be lobbied or faked in the same way that the formal ones can, and it will be better watched and secured.
The news brought a great deal of joy to South Africans, but it was a source of great disappointment for foreign nationals to watch people's reactions.
After the home affairs system has been overhauled, even working permits that have been issued to Zimbos will be canceled. And there have been responses from Mzansi and South Africans after the message.
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