South African man has Allegedly taken to his Twitter account Revealing to his fellow South Africans about a Foreign national from Zimbabweans who held the position of human settlement in South Africa for good three years.
The south African man went extreme blaming ANC for giving south Africa to Foreigners by Allegedly appointing position to them while there are competent south Africans to handle such position.
Mpumalanga human settlement minister for for fat 3 years a Zimbabwean, nkosi yami
ITS all about scarce skills
From 1995 he changed 3 identities 🙏🙏
ANC N foreigners a problem serious
Below are some reaction by South Africans on Twitter;
It's too late.. With the number of illegal foreigners that are already in South Africa. They will help the ANC to turn against the citizens in order to maintain power while big foreign companies continue with the exploration of our resources and employ other foreigners.
Anc government is full of monkeys,that party is led by clowns..imagine Magashule being a company CEO.
This is why we have a huge problem they are deep in government positions now and are the ones taking decisions for us.
What can you say to this?
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