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Opinion - A Zimbabwean told South Africans on Twitter that they are no better than other Africans

The president of Zimbabwe recently advised South Africans on Twitter that their country is not superior to that of other African countries, and that other African countries should not be underestimated.

Among his many points was the fact that South Africans do not own land or production equipment. They are also unemployed and rely on the white bank's retail stores and banks for their food needs. He also pointed out that they are completely reliant on the government in every aspect of their lives.

At the same time, another foreigner posted photographs of impoverished towns in South Africa, stating his belief that the country is one of the world's most impoverished nations. He stated that those who have never visited South Africa would consider it a safe haven, but he concluded that because the majority of them are poor and unable to support themselves without having children, they do not travel overseas because they are unable to confront the world outside their borders. There is a lot of competition there.

Prior to this, some South Africans expressed concern that an increasing number of undocumented and foreign immigrants were infiltrating the country, contributing to the country's high unemployment rate. Undocumented immigrants have been accused by South Africans of doing what they believe South Africans should be doing. This is possible because many undocumented immigrants are willing to work for low wages, which companies like.

Furthermore, the coronavirus pandemic has played a role in the country's high level of unemployment. South Africans may be impoverished, but would this make it easier for undocumented immigrants to enter the nation without sufficient and valid documentation?

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