The minister of employment and labor has angered many South Africans with the comments he made about foreign nationals. It was as if he is trying to protect them by all means necessary.
South Africans have shown resilience this time around on this issue of foreigners. ThePutSouthAfricaFitst has helped a lot in this regard as they are the ones who kept the momentum going, up to a point where we even saw the EFF changing their tactics on this matter. They have now joined but we know that Malema can not be trusted. We also saw the IFP joining in saying that we have to put South Africans first and it seems like the minister did not like the fact that these parties have gone ahead of them as they tried to enforce the law in shops and restaurants. He also says that parties are being xenophobic about this whole situation.
Herman Mashaba has told the minister to first look at himself in the mirror before he can start saying all those things. Mashaba is telling him that we are in this mess because of his dysfunctional department that only concerns bribes before serving the people who elected them in power.
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