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Minister of Home Affairs Finally Addresses The Issue of Foregners in South Africa

Recent events have been tipped by the clamor against illegal immigrants. There have been movements established on the notion of expelling illegal immigrants, which the government does not approve of. The government has been constant in its disapproval of Operation Dudula's efforts to push illegal immigrants out of the country. The government has finally heard their protests, as indicated by the minister's decision to discuss the matter.

Recent sources indicate that the Minister of Home Affairs is now preparing a plan to handle the problem of foreign nationals in order to find a solution. According to reports, discussions are taking place with the relevant parties in order to formulate a strategy for moving forward. A news report from SABC can be viewed below.

"#ICYMI Home Affairs Minister Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi said the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has committed to convening a high-level, tripartite conference to examine the issue of foreign nationals in South Africa."

With this action, the Department of Home Affairs has taken a significant step in the right direction.

Despite the fact that South African residents have the potential to expel illegal immigrants and the communities they have built, the South African government has the final authority to rid the country of illegal immigrants and the communities they have created. If the Department of home affairs can establish regulations that govern illegal immigration in South Africa, it will be unnecessary for South Africans to continue fighting like mad for their own safety and benefits in their country. This eliminates the need for South Africans to struggle for their safety and benefits in their nation.

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Aaron Motsoaledi Home Affairs ICYMI SABC South


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