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Cyril Ramaphosa has finally stopped SA policemen from asking foreigners about identity, see why.

Continue reading to find out more about why South African police no longer inquire about foreign tourists' nationality.

It has outraged many leftists to see the Diepsloot police's handling of the issue of foreign immigration. According to reports, border patrol officials are having difficulty enforcing immigration rules.

There are a slew of human rights groups working around the world to ensure that human rights are always given primacy above state legislation. In some nations, such as the United Kingdom, deportees may receive aid from the Ministry of Home Affairs in adjusting to their new circumstances and reintegrating.

Using the Twitter service, Amanda Khoza, a journalist with the handle @MandaKhoza, reaches a worldwide audience.

He looks to be a more liberal politician who accepts the Democratic Alliance's suggestions on how to run the country, according to his public statements. Governments can't do it alone; they need to establish an atmosphere that encourages people to start their own enterprises.

Though he received some criticism. Ministers Cele and Motsoaledi's progress has been undermined by your blunder, and your mistake only serves to embarrass them. In order to protect the rule of law, law enforcement and immigration agencies are allowed discretionary authority. You, too, were duped by the "Xenophobia" tactic.

source: https://mobile.twitter.com/MandaKhoza/status/1512690253030645760

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Amanda Khoza Cyril Ramaphosa Democratic Alliance Diepsloot United Kingdom

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