ILLEGAL FOREIGNERS In Big Trouble In ZIMBABWE As Borders Are LOCKED DOWN
Zimbabwe - Well it appears Zimbabwe is fed up as their borders are getting locked down against illegal immigrants. “Government recognizes the importance of a coherent policy response to address the challenges related to these migration flows,” Nhepera said. The drafting of the National Migration, diaspora and migration Labour policies is addressing the influx of illegal foreigners passing in and out of Zimbabwe to neighbouring countries, mostly South Africa. This comes as the Miniser of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage in Zimbabwe repeated the promise to secure the borders of Zimbabwe. According to Mzansi Times, Nhepera announced Zimbabwe confronts challenges of abnormal migration streams implicating particularly refugees, unaccompanied children, and segregated migrant children from the horn of Africa and the Great Lakes region. They allegedly travel through Zimbabwe to South Africa due to conflict and instability in their regions. Nhepera announced there were vast opportunities illustrated by a growing diaspora community in the social and economic development of the Southern African nation.
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