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Zimbabwean Lady Advocate for Legalization, Reminds SAns that They Citizens Live in Other Countries.

One of the hottest topics dominating South African space at the moment is the issue bordering on Immigration and how best to handle it.

Over the years, South Africa has had its own fair share of Immigrants from all over the world especially African countries and Asia. The resultant effect of this continuous influx of foreigners is really disheartening.

One of such effect is the fact that citizens barely lay their hands on meaningful job opportunities just because there is a foreigner somewhere who is eagerly waiting to take up the job regardless of pay.

This whole scenario has led to a serious agitation from South Africans who are demanding for a total prioritization of citizens over any Immigrants.

The tension emanating from this demands is also affecting Immigrants who currently do not know their fate in South Africa owing to the fact that SA government has refused to utter a word with respect to this development.

Meanwhile a Zimbabwean lady has called for peace between Zimbabweans and South African host. She reminded South Africans that foreigners also pay taxes as she advocate for the legalization of foreign nationals already settling in the country.

She reminded South Africans that they citizens also live as foreigners in other parts of the world and suggest that their actions might trigger reprisal treatment.

In her words, she said:

"Immigrants work and pay tax. Advocate for those already in the country to be legalised. After all bare in mind that there are South Africans all over the world. If all other governments start kicking them out in return to your request,what would the world be?Where is your humanity"

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