The operation dubula being carried out by different groups across SA gaining much acceptance. The action SA is trying is level best6yo put an end to this corruption that give foreigners the access to own fake passports and visas.
South Africans are behind all this last year 28 December 1 guy I know approached me asking if I do have an ID card or book if not providing R3500, then everything will be sorted. Comments made by visitors in South Africa and they are being approached by other fellow South Africans.
Corruption seem to be growing each and every year, it good that some of this warehouses are being detained, try to limit the damage that it had already caused the country. The said part is that fellow South Africans are the once behind the this corruption and running this backgrounds supplies to make make that damages the country.
South Africans should be helping to fight this crimes but it is the other way around the country is facing a lot of damages and foreigners are living comfortably without the right to be here in South Africa.
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