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Man who Ordered his Wife to Sack their Zimbabwean House Help Speak Up

If the government of South Africa doesn't take immediate, serious action, the situation between its citizens and foreign nationals is certain to worsen. U.S. residents are growing increasingly uneasy with the seemingly endless influx of foreign nationals into every sector of society.

There is a persistent myth that cheap labor from foreign nationals is to blame for the rising young unemployment rate in the United States.

However, a South African Twitter user who goes by the handle @TaVeja has detailed how he fired his domestic staff in the wake of the #OperationDudula and #PutSouthAfricaFirst protests.

The young guy claimed that after being educated by operation dudula on the importance of hiring and using the services of South African nationals, he instructed his wife to fire their Zimbabwean home assistance. An additional South African from Empangeni was hired to take the position of the Zimbabwean once that individual was let go.

The following is what Ta Veja has said on Twitter, citing his statement: "Moreover, I requested that my wife dismiss the Zimbo assistant. She eventually settled on an Empangeni native to hire.

Close members of my social circle have also done this.

Let's dismantle this elephant and devour it little by bit ".

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https://twitter.com/_TaVeja/status/1558756110252683265?t=FvHgoGrkpVmGT5ZEQ4AwBg&s=09

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