Another ZIMBABWEAN Politician Goes HOME After Living In SA 3 Years - SOUTH Africa
South Africa - Well it appears the investigation of Zimbabweans permits in SA is making Zimbabweans, rethink their stay in South Africa. This comes as another popular Zimbabwean political activist, named Tinashe Jonas, is flying home to Zimbabwe from South Africa for the first time after three years. Jonas told Gambakwe News he is now relocating to Zimbabwe to participate in the 2023 Presidential campaign of President ED Mnangagwa. Jonas left Zimbabwe over three years ago and has been living in South Africa since then. Jonas says Zanu PF is not like other parties. The appearance of Jonas back in Zimbabwe is sure to insert a fascinating importance to Zimbabwean politics. Let's hope he fixes his country back home. Jonas made a video from OR Tambo in the morning before his departure. He announced he is proud to leave South Africa and proud to be a Zimbabwean. Whether what he is saying is true or not remains to be seen but we know a number of Zanu PF politicians who were living in South Africa for a long time has gone back home, to allegedly help their government with elections in 2023.
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