FOREIGNERS In Municipalities BEWARE; Gayton McKenzie Sends A STRONG WARNING - SOUTH AFRICA
Social Media in South Africa – Gayton McKenzie of the Patriotic Alliance, it appears, is going all out against illegal foreigners, and he isn't going to stop until every last one of them has been apprehended.
Gayton has turned his attention to towns that employ foreigners, after searching foreigners' stores for expired goods. Gayton announced that his party will visit these municipalities to determine what specific skills the foreigners working there had, as there are many skilled South Africans who are unemployed.
"All of our councillors will be directed to visit all municipalities where foreigners work, legal or not, to determine if they possess a special expertise as needed by the act; we have many graduates sitting at home jobless." South Africans are clearly fed up with foreigners, as Gayton has received huge support from the country's citizens, ever since he promised to deal with illegal foreigners in South Africa before the local elections.
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