The level of corruption we see today in our government offices is quite disheartening and calls for serious revolution from citizens of our dear country. Government agencies need to be completely overhauled before it is too late to do so.
Despite our government effort to enthrone rule of law across different sectors of our country, some criminally minded individuals keep working hard to sabotage this efforts.
In a video that is trending on Twitter, the Zimbabwean applicant could be seen shoving some piece of Rand notes into the hands of the Home Affairs official, and he was being spied by the department unawares.
This is coming at a time when Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi is working hard to authenticate documents procured from the department by some immigrants. This became imperative after it was realized that some foreign nationals sometimes buy South African documents even without meeting the required criteria for obtaining one.
We hope that the South African Department of Home Affairs will look into this video and bring these corrupt official to book.
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