It seems like the outcry and demand of South Africans have gotten to the ears of Zimbabwean leaders considering the report which was avail to the public by the lead counsel representing the embattled beneficiaries of Zimbabwe exemption permit, Barr Simba Chitando.
Simba Chitando has been advocating for the renewal of Zimbabwe exemption permit ever since the initiative was ended in December 31st 2021. The permit was issued to illegal immigrants from Zimbabweans to enable them live and work in South Africa for a period of four years without interference.
But ever since the permit was cancelled, the Zimbabwean beneficiaries have shown zero interest in moving back home as stipulated in the document.
However, Barr Simba Chitando in a recent report said that the court case filed against Home Affairs by affected Zimbabweans have not had its first hearing in court, regardless he still believes there are chances of winning the case.
He went further to reveal that many Zimbabwean nationals wish to return back to Zimbabwe due to the ethnic tension spreading all over South Africa. He added that the Zimbabwean government is also willing and ready to facilitate the return of her citizens who want to leave South Africa.
In his words, he said:
"The Court case has not been heard yet. We believe there are prospects of success. Regardless of it’s outcome, many Zimbabweans want to return home because of the ethnic tensions in South Africa, & in such a case the Zim government will facilitate return of its citizens".
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