Foreigners Chased If They Are Legal Or Not; This Community Wants Them Gone - South Africa
South Africa, Limpopo - It appears that South Africans don't care if you are lawfully present in their nation; they want you to leave. This comes as South Africans in Seshego, Limpopo, are actively pursuing any foreigner they encounter, whether or not they have papers. Seshego is a township in the Republic of South Africa's Limpopo province, located in the Polokwane Local Municipality of the Capricorn District Municipality.
Polokwane is located directly northwest of the settlement. Many people blame the ANC's ruling party for all of the illegal immigrants in their country, citing high levels of corruption at their borders.
If the South African National Defence Force has just been recorded accepting bribes on their borders from any foreigner willing to pay, this is effectively selling out your own country because you have no idea what their intentions are in your country.
They might be planning to rape or murder your sister or mother. South Africa has become a hotbed of corruption and crime, and the ANC could care less about the people; they continue to label their own citizens as xenophobic while ignoring an illegal immigrant influx.
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