JUST IN - Foreiners Shops Getting Burnt In KZN - SOUTH AFRICA
JUST IN: According to Flying News Shops that belong to Foreign Nationals are getting burned in Durban central, KwaZulu-Natal Province. The motive for this is Unknown at this Stage, but this kind of violence against foreign nationals is not unheard of in South Africa. Many people wont be surprised by this as foreigners make up the majority of criminals on South Africa especially when it comes to rape, murder and armed robbery. Also most South Africans agree that that they are taking their jobs, because they dont mind doing cheap labor in order to make a living. The South African government has been promising to adress this issue, however they have been dragging their feet and making empty promises, to which South Africans, are now fed up. There are parts of Durban in KZN, that have been taken over by foreigners and the situation there is extremely bad. The less we talk about other parts of KZN the better. The situation may not be different in other Provinces, however in Durban the situation is very bad the African National Congress just ignores the situation.
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