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Aaron Motsoaledi Must Withdraw Action Against Zimbabweans Because They are Our Brothers - Malindela

Issues surrounding the controversial Zimbabwe exemption permit is still raging even as the long awaited end of 'Grace period' is gradually winding up. As it stands now, Zimbabwean beneficiaries of ZEP initiative are yet to know their fate come December 31st when the 'Grace period' will expire.

We would recall that the South African government renewed the document for Zimbabwean nationals living in South Africa illegally to be able to live and work in the country without any form of interference for a period of four years.

However, a South African man known as Malindela on Twitter has taken to his social media handle to plead with his fellow South Africans to allow Zimbabweans remain in the country even after the end of 'grace period'.

He said that something is actually wrong with South Africans considering the manner in which their handle the issue of Zimbabwe exemption permit. He asked the Minister of Home Affairs to withdraw every action against Zimbabweans living in South Africa because they're our brothers and sisters.

According to his exact statement on Twitter:

"I think something is wrong here in South Africa, Minister Aaron Motsoaledi withdraw your actions because Zimbabweans are our brothers and sisters, "WE ARE ALL AFRICANS"

Source: https://twitter.com/Malinde95480426/status/1542718943344877568?t=TpFHWYzYs53bAAScxX33bQ&s=19

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