South Africa has a long way to go when it comes to the issue of illegal immigration in the country. We know that home affairs has been working hard to arrest the Kingpins who are involved in issuing fake SA identity documents. We have also seen the approach that the minister took when he decided not to renew the Zim Work Permits and only gave them a grace period of a year, which many of the permit holders did not use to their advantage. They have been very busy fighting the South African government for not renewing those permits, instead of ensuring that their papers are in order come 1 January 2023.
All this time since it was announced that those permits are not renewed, all that Simba Chitando has done is insult the South African government and even make some demands and threatened to sue the government. Many people have been saying that this is the time he should be used to assist those Zim Work Permit holders affected by this, in ensuring that they do the right thing and get their papers in order and even plan their way back home.
Now that there are only four months left before those permits expire, Simba Chitando is starting to give sound advice to those who are affected but this. It is only now that he explains the options that people have when it comes to taking some of their properties back home. For those who have more than one car, it is bad news for them because they are only allowed to take one car with them to Zimbabwe, and that is if they have finished paying it off. However, those with personal properties like furniture, are not limited on what they can take with them to Zimbabwe. These are the things that they were supposed to have prepared a long time ago but they were busy misusing their resources by trying to intimidate the South African government. But South Africans had to ensure that the government stays on track. These people have so much entitlement over South Africa, so they need to go.
But Simba Chitando is still adamant that they will win the case in court against the minister of the home affair as they are continuing with the court case.
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