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Mzansi left speechless after some South African citizens & Immigrants Plans To Do the Unexpected.


For a few days now, immigrants in South Africa have been complaining about how they are treated. This is due to the fact that many immigrants' businesses were pillaged and destroyed after South Africans couldn't understand why immigrants were treated better than South Africans. This is because numerous job possibilities have been handed over to foreigners on a silver platter, which the South Africans do not like. 

This is due to the fact that the country still has a big number of unemployed youngsters with the essential work skills, and these jobs are being handed to immigrants who lack such abilities, and the African National Congress has kept silent on the matter. There is no explanation for this. 

Immigrants intend to do something surprising to South Africans who don't understand their pleas, leaving South Africans in disbelief. This is because the majority of immigrants came to South Africa from their native countries in search of a better quality of life and financial independence. 

This is due to the fact that many people have abandoned their country in quest of a better life only to discover that their circumstances have changed. This is owing to the fact that what motivated people to from their country was not something simple, but something tough to bear, for a variety of reasons. 

It is not the fault of the immigrant that they are successfully applying their skills without endangering the lives of others. Because most immigrants' lives are continuously in peril, many South Africans believe that most immigrants are doing better than them. 

After all, they profit off South Africa's resources, and the African National Congress is to blame for this disaster. 

This is because the ruling party has failed to offer adequate service delivery to the people of South Africa, and this has had no impact on the livelihood of immigrants who toil day and night to elevate themselves out of poverty. 

Immigrants have sworn to fight anyone who tries to kill them, and they have threatened to bring the struggle to South Africa.

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