A well-known journalist from Zimbabwe named Hopewell Chin'ono posted a message on his official Twitter account yesterday (August 8), warning his fellow Zimbabweans about the current level of unrest in South Africa between illegal foreigners and South African natives.
Hopewell Chin'ono warned his fellow Zimbabweans to stop travelling to South Africa because he thinks that illegal foreigners will be in trouble after the 2024 elections by posting a video of alleged illegal miners who were beaten and stripped naked by locals in Krugersdorp's Kagiso township a few days ago.
"Unless you are there legally, my unsolicited advise to my compatriots from Zimbabwe is that South Africa is NO longer a viable alternative for a better life. 2024 sees elections in South Africa, and the ANC's chances of winning are bleak.
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