A South African Media said in their Twitter account @JacaNews that “ At #RuralSafetySummit Police Minister Bheki Cele has Partially laid the blame on farmers for the employment if undocumented foreign national in the country. He says when their commit crimes, it becomes difficult for the police to track them.
Source and Link : @JacaNews Twitter account.Police Minister Cele Was against Farmer because of their employment of illegal immigrants because of Cheap Labour.
The illegal immigrants in turns state indulging in different Crimes in South Africa like Stealing, cable thieves and Many more.
But this should not only be blame on Farmers because South Africa implement open boarder policy many illegal immigrants in this country came through our boarder. Blame should also be on insecurity of our boarder by the force like Police and many others.
Opinion: My Opinion is that if we blame the farmers we should also blame the govt and the Landlord renting or housing these illegal immigrants before we blame the farmers because all of them contributed to the insecurity we are facing as a nation. Thanks.
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