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UNEXPECTED|| See What Zimbabwean King Told Zimbabweans In South Africa To Do

Foreigners appear to be getting on that South Africans do not detest them; rather, they want to prioritise themselves because the economy is in such horrible shape that it cannot support any additional population growth.Given the amount of foreigners who have expressed on social media that they understand South Africans' dissatisfaction with the massive influx of illegal immigrants, it appears as though they have finally comprehended the issue.

Earlier this week, a viral news story stated that foreigners' rights organisations had achieved an agreement over the repatriation of foreigners. All they're asking for is some time to gather their belongings and aid with the deportation process, as many lack the financial means to do so.

South Africans now receive further good news as a result of all of this: Bulelani Lobhengula, the country's self-proclaimed Ndebele monarch, has finally spoken out against Westerners. After watching the anarchy emerging around the country as people forsake their desire for foreigners, he informed all foreigners that they had overstayed their welcome in South Africa and must left immediately to avoid calamity. He lived a comfortable life. Is this the precursor to a xenophobic attack?

Even if an exhaustive investigation is completed, the situation would continue to deteriorate with each passing day. If current trends continue, observers believe that a xenophobic attack is a foregone conclusion, as the threat to immigrants grows by the day. Following the publishing of this post, numerous individuals, including some overseas tourists, expressed their support for it. In recent years, the majority of South Africans have welcomed their presence. And they've realised they've exceeded their welcome. Take a look at the following snippets from a number of the comments:

This statement is entirely correct. Zimbabweans have traditionally regarded South Africa as a second home. We have treated them as if they were our own for a long period of time. To educate children about the possibility that a visitor will overstay their welcome and may end up grabbing the houses. They should be eliminated, in my opinion.

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