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Zimbabwean National Arrested After He Was Found With This

They should also thank the patriots who have been out and about preaching about the immigration laws of South Africa and how they should be obeyed. We can be sure that if it wasn't for PutSouthAfricaFirst and Operation Dudula, we wouldn't have seen how this country has been taken over by foreigners. Seeing it from a distance, you might think that it's just one of those things that can be solved quickly. But when you look closer, you can see that more needs to be done if South Africa wants to be free of illegal immigrants.



Every day, we hear about foreigners breaking the law in South Africa. This is because South Africans have been calling for more law and order in their country for a long time now. In the first place, it was a Nigerian who was caught making South African ID documents and many other documents for other people. We're not done yet. There are still a lot of them to break like this one.


People say that a Zimbabwean man was arrested because he had a running home business. It is thought that they were making things like IDs, Sassa cards, bank cards, and even driver's licenses. It was at the Hillbrow police station that the suspect was held. At the time of his arrest, the man didn't even have his passport. South Africans have to pay for one Africa.



As if this wasn't bad enough, it's also said that South Africans at the airports use dustbins to get rid of illegal foreigners, too. This is just how bad things are. It's not just politicians who get greedy. Some people are too greedy and let themselves be taken advantage of by bribery. Once you take a bribe, you can't stop. It turns into a habit.


Source:https://twitter.com/EversonLuhanga/status/1514540985887473669?s=19


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