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Politicians that are promising that they will deport all foreign nationals when they are elected


Vuyolwethu Zungula is the leader of African Transformation Movement. Vuyo is so vocal against foreign nationals living in South Africa. He wants all of them to be sent back to their country of origin. Zungula said more than 70%" of South Africa's informal economy is "in the hands of non-citizens". 

Gayton McKenzie is a former convict, who started a political party together with Kenny Kunene called The Patriotic Alliance. He is more vocal about foreign nationals whilst his partner Kunene is so quite. McKenzie says, if he is elected he will deport all foreign nationals. 

Mosiuowa Lekota, who is a leader of COPE said, our borders are porous and if he is voted to power, he will put foreign nationals in refugees camps and tightened the borders. He accuses them of stealing housing and job opportunities from South Africans. 


Most people are crying about the employement of foreign nationals as the source of unemployment. Some blames foreign nationals for violent crimes in this country but not all South Africans hold this notion towards foreign nationals. 

https://africacheck.org/fact-checks/reports/south-african-mp-wrongly-claims-70-informal-economy-hands-non-citizens


https://www.dailysun.co.za/News/patriotic-alliance-targets-illegal-foreigners-at-manifesto-launch-20211009


https://www.citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/1979135/cope-leader-calls-for-migrant-camps-tighter-borders/

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