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Nhlanhla Lux hits back. Listen to what he said about the Zama-zamas in SA? Video went viral

Nhlanhla Lux says that we are not fighting for "illegal" foreigners to have the same chances as South Africans. Instead, we are saying that South Africans should come first in South Africa. Let's not try to break each other down. Instead, let's break down the things that are dividing us as a country.

Your example of how we can't help other countries with things like health care, electricity, and housing while failing to help our own people was very powerful. I think it really shows what the movement you've started is all about. We don't mind having people from other countries in South Africa; we just want the government to put its own people first.

People fought for democracy, so laws were made to make sure we don't go back to the way things were in SA before.

Now, what happens here is that our brothers and sisters who live in other countries are not treated fairly, so they come here to find a better life, whether they are here legally or not.

Then, when they get here, most of them are weak and in need, so they are willing to work longer hours, get paid less than the minimum wage, etc.

As a business, it's clear that if you had to choose between a regular citizen who knows their rights and our brother or sister who will do almost anything to stay alive, our brother or sister would get the job. This is because power relationships are now in play.

In conclusion, my point is that we will never move forward as a country because what we have worked so hard for is not really being done because people from other countries are being used in South Africa.

This is clear because it's been a good number of years since we got our freedom, but we still face the same problems as before. For me, the biggest problem is youth unemployment.

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