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Naledi Pandor Finally revealed something About Foreigners immigrants living in SA.

Naledi Pandor Discusses Foreigners at the Boarder 


Naledi Pandor, South Africa's minister of international relations, has made an announcement about how the country should deal with foreigners. He told the public that he believes in the country's immigration laws, but that they need to be amended so that people can be the best versions of themselves while remaining safe. 



South Africa is a fantastic country, but it would be much better if its borders were opened to allow everyone to travel in and out. Naledi is one of those people who knows just how to get things done; she speaks English so well that you'd assume she was born somewhere else. 


Economic freedom fighters have better ideas about life; they know exactly how to move and talk to delight all Africans, but they were unable to improve the situation when they convened the Pan African Parliament. 


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There are numerous issues in the country. President Xi and President Ramaphosa have yet to meet, but they know how to make things work for themselves. If they could teach Africa their values and ways of life, we could also become a powerhouse, and the majority of the population will not be digging themselves to an early grave trying to please people who do not understand them. 


She is now the minister of international relations, but when she was the minister of education, she couldn't make things work with the tools she had. She gave people some of the worst education, companies couldn't figure out the truth, and the worst part is that we have so many educated people in this country who still can't feed themselves or their families, which could be disastrous. 


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