South Africans are demanding the deportation of Zimbabwe nationals residing in their country but it looks like not all the Zimbabweans are ready to leave because they believe they are part of the country. A Zimbabwean national has taken to social media to share a post giving reasons why they will not leave South Africa no matter what is being done to them.
According to the Zimbabwe national, they are not going to leave South Africa because, during the Apartheid war, Zimbabwe played a vital role that led to the freedom of South Africans from white rules.
According to a new law established by the South African government through the Department of Home Affairs led by Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi, all Zimbabweans that are not able to get proper documentation will be deported by December 2022. And apart from this law, some vigilante groups have been attacking Zimbabweans and fishing them out for deportation.
Some Zimbabweans have started returning to their country, but some are not ready to leave.
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