The issue of the immigrant in this country is a much-heated one and thre has been a lot of misunderstanding on the two countries Lesotho and South Africa. This was after there have been reports that there will now be free movement of South African nationals and the Lesotho national without anyone needingg to have a passport. Many South African we're not happy that people will just come into the country which ever way they likes but it has now come to the attention that, that information was misleading and it has now been clarified.
According to what Clayson Monyela said, the agreement that was signed by minister Naledi Pandor and her counterpart had nothing to do with the free movement of people from the two countries. The agreement was to elevate the Bilateral Commission of cooperating to a Bi-National Commission at head of the area level. People who come in and out of the country will still be required to have passports with them.
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