Since there is so much trouble in South Africa right now between illegal immigrants and locals, a prominent journalist from Zimbabwe by the name of Hopewell Chin'ono posted a message to his fellow countrymen on his official Twitter account yesterday, Monday, August 8th, warning them to stay away from the country.
In a video posted on Facebook a few days ago, Hopewell Chin'ono showed what he claims are illegal foreigners being stripped naked and beaten by locals in Krugersdorp's Kagiso township. Chin'ono warned his fellow Zimbabweans to avoid traveling to South Africa after the 2024 elections, when he predicts trouble for illegal immigrants.
"To my fellow Zimbabweans: South Africa is now officially out of the running as a better living destination, unless you are there legally.
When the dust settles after the 2024 elections in South Africa, the ruling ANC will have been dealt a political earthquake.
You should expect to see more policing like this in the future." Authored by Hopewell Chin'ono
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