You would recall that South African citizens are currently demanding for the shutting down of SA border against foreigners especially these from Zimbabwe who are mostly living in South Africa without proper documentation.
This demand has raised so much controversy and the situation seem to be uncontrollable at the moment.
Meanwhile, a concerned South African lady known as TK Nala on Twitter has pleaded with South Africans over the issue of Zimbabwe and its people. She said that Zimbabwe is part of South Africa because their problems are ours.
She admonished South Africans to help rebuild Zimbabwe, while adding that border and labour issues currently dominating every discussion in our country is a short term measure.
She called for calm and advised all and sundry to seek for long term solution.
According to her exact statement on Twitter and it reads:
"Zimbabwe is part of South Africa. Their problems are our problem.
20 years ago, Zimbabweans enjoyed peace and prosperity and had little interest to immigrate SA
Let us help rebuild Zimbabwe! This restaurant, food stuff and boarder thing is short term.
Find a lasting solution!"
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