South Africans are asking for the mass deportation of all illegal foreigners who are being housed in South Africa.
The incident which took place in Krugersdorp made the citizens of South Africa to be more adamant about the deportation.
With that being said, there are those who don't agree with the mass deportation for their own reasons, and Malema, the leader of the EFF has also been clear about how he feels about that and he supports foreigners as he always advocate for them.
"Southern African Liaison Office (Salo) says our government decision to stop Zimpermits with lead it to be isolated in the continent. Shockingly, it further says the decision is anti African trade. It says South Africa wants to ensure Zimbabweans are reduced in South Africa. Imagine such madness", read the tweet.
" Why they want to control South Africa, they don't care about poverty and pain of citizens, their focus is on Zimbabweans", one said"
"We will welcome our people back home, one day Zimbabwe will have a good economy", one Zimbabwean said
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