Aaron Motswaledi who used to be a former Health Minister, and became a Home Affairs minister, have been the only favourite minister in the ANC cabinet for his anti-migrants policies which many applaud him for. And many people are definitely him and they say to him he is not going to be the only one fighting this crime, South Africans will be by his side. It look like he doesn't want to budge and he defends his decision. Though the human rights organization and Hellen Suzman says it is inhumane
Home affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi has hit out at the Helen Suzman Foundation for launching a court action against his decision not to extend exemptions granted to Zimbabweans living in SA.
The Hellen Suzman Foundation is an organization that was named after Hellen Suzman who opposed apartheid as the only member of Parliament Against the apartheid machinery. So, now it challenging Motswaledi's decision not to renew Zimbabweans permits
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