There has been burning issue that foreign nationals kids should be given a chance to have a South African citizenships lately. However, this didn't sit well with the South African purely born citizens.
This has pushed the Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi to make a decision that would be in favour of South Africans.
According to Aaron, SA not obliged to issue citizenship to children born in SA of foreign parents. Although, corruption in South Africa is still the most disturbing issue as workers at Home Affairs are alleged to be paid a certain amount to issue the citizenships to the foreigners.
"Yes, because we see a lot of Zimbabwean women pregnant all over the country hoping to get citizenship. And those are mostly pregnancies they came with from Zimbabwe," says a twitter follower
"Even in Dubai and other countries their law states the same thing, so the UN must not dare to try and bully us into issuing citizenships," says Bryton
"Minister Motswaledi knows his legislations, even those Intl ones he just quotes them from the top of his Head somaar net he.I pray he stays longer in this porfolio and fix the mess," says a Twitter Follower
"South Africa is already pressed when it comes to providing resources like healthcare and education to it's own citizens. Imagine how the situation will be if we have to provide for the whole of Africa," says Bryton
"Whilst still on 702 presenters, are these guys happy when the country is flooded by illegal immigrants causing instability & all manner of social ills? 702 is a corporate owned entity then what does this say about whites response to this most pressing challenge of our time?," Shinangc asked
"In Parliament we have a committee that specific dealing with Law's and the Constitution bt the challenge is the ruling Party because is the one who dragging it's feet to review some of the clouse,like the section that say "South Africa is for all who live in it" that is incorrect," says a twitter follower
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