Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Africa politics

WATCH: Somalis Want A Voice In SA Parliament - SOUTH AFRICA


Cape Town, South Africa - Foreigners can now demand to be heard in Parliament, indicating that South Africa has truly become a united African hub.

This comes as Cape Town's so-called "Somali Community" demands seats in Parliament. Somalis have even proposed the most obvious candidates: Candidate Bashir Maalim is on the left, Candidate Haji Dool is on the center, and Candidate Mohamed Bereey is on the right.

Foreigners in the South African seaside city of Cape Town have shown their support for political change and true representation. "People at home and abroad demand real change, as well as a new Speaker to represent us in Parliament," foreign business executives, seniors, youth, and academics in Cape Town urged. It's unclear why Somalis are so fixated on gaining a footing in South Africa, especially since the country is already governed and dealing with its own problems. The South African government already has enough issues to deal with, such as unemployment and crime, and demanding representation in another country is extremely self-serving.


Content created and supplied by: Fashionable (via Opera News )

African Cape Town SOUTH Somali Community Somalis


Load app to read more comments