It is becoming very clear that Zimbabweans are getting tired of living in South Africa going by the utterances being made by some of them on different social media platforms. Ever since South African government ended the controversial Zimbabwe exemption permit, many citizens of the country now share unwavering resentment for the people of SA.
The permit was actually issued to illegal immigrants from Zimbabwe to enable them live and work in South Africa for a period of four years and after its expiration, the beneficiaries are expected to return back to their home country.
However, Zimbabweans have been facing a whole lot of challenges in the hands of South African people who are persistently demanding that they should go back home.
In an emerging report, a Zimbabwean man known as Bongza on Twitter has cited an instance of how bad and dangerous it is for a Zimbabwean to live in South Africa.
He said that it is better for him to live in Zimbabwe Prison than to migrate to South Africa again.
He was trying to describe how bad things has become for citizens of Zimbabwe who live in South Africa.
In his words, he said:
"I am a Zimbabwean and it is better to be in Zimbabwe prison than to be in South Africa but he is still here".
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