South Africans have long cautioned immigrants from other nations to build their countries inside their own borders rather than attempting to carve out a place in South Africa.
This is the mentality of Zimbabweans living in South Africa, which has spurred citizens to seek their removal since last year through the cancellation of Zimbabwe exemption permits. The document was drafted in 2018 to permit illegal immigrants from Zimbabwe to live and work in South Africa without government hindrance.
In a recent development, the popular Zimbabwean political organisation Citizens Coalition for Change is rumoured to have scheduled a march in Hillbrow for the 16th of next month.
The demonstration, according to the political party, was intended to "honour the sacrifices made by South African teenagers in their struggle for independence." The political group further stated that they are in sympathy with South African teenagers who made the ultimate sacrifice to liberate their homeland from an oppressive dictatorship.
The political party's actions have elicited conflicting reactions from South Africans, who are perplexed as to why a Zimbabwean-owned political party chose to demonstrate solidarity with South African youngsters in South Africa, rather than in Zimbabwe, where it is based.
This is the social media post that the group has disseminated regarding the upcoming demonstration.
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