Meet Lebogang Ndlovu, a South African who was arrested by Home Affairs officials at OR Tambo on Wednesday when he attempted to leave the country. Surprisingly, Lebogang Ndlovu is a Bangladeshi man; this demonstrates how corrupt and infiltrated our country is, with Home Affairs officials in the lead. Continue to call us xenophobic and whatever other epithet you can think of, and one day you will realize that we fought to protect your children from criminals who infiltrated our country. But there is a risk that the same individuals you are shielding will one day damage your family members because they do not care.
If juniors see nothing being done, they will continue with impunity. Motsoaledi is working hard to challenge and fight the rot, but they are fighting back. We should support him, but as long as our house is not clean, we will never be able to defeat this. Someone arrested Lebogang this time; it is a known fact that other Lebogangs have passed with recompense to our siblings who were in the prior shift.
Home Affairs personnel who have sold or continue to sell national documents to foreigners, including passports, identification cards, permanent resident cards, and marriage licenses, shall be designated public enemies and traitors and prosecuted with treason. We as a nation must enact legislative measures to make this a serious crime.
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