The Go Home & Register To Vote campaign in South Africa was taken to Hillbrow in Johannesburg
These Zimbabweans went around Johannesburg’s recreational parks because most Zimbabweans gather around in these parks
Well done to the sisters & brothers who are doing these campaigns. https://t.co/M00zlUeiBs
The go home and register to vote campaign is now taken to Hilbrow in Johannesburg. This is a very good target for the members of the opposition party, citizen coalition for change. This is a place where there is an influx of foreigners, they're always seated in this Park doing nothing. Not just the Zimbabweans, there different kind of foreigners that sits in this Park that will be conducting all kinds of businesses.
You can get anything in this park, so the opposition party to Zanu-pf have decided to go and launch their campaign there. They are encouraging the Zimbabweans to go back home and register to vote. They are saying they nomore want us here. So let the Zimbabweans take heed, let them go and vote.
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