JOHANNESBURG - The Home Affairs Department has called upon all Zimbabwean nationals to overlook what it calls bogus expectation given by the Helen Suzman Foundation.
Around 180,000 Zimbabweans should track down elective ways of legitimizing their visit as their licenses terminate in December.
However, the establishment said that many would be compelled to remain in the country as undocumented transients.
In a searing explanation, Motsoaledi has blamed the establishment for coercing the country over the expiry of the Zimbabwean exception grant.
He said that the association was winding the help that a few South Africans had communicated as being xenophobic.
That's what motsoaledi said on the off chance that the Helen Suzman Foundation had the interests of Africans on a basic level, it ought to help those impacted to apply for a visa accommodated in the Immigration Act.
The pastor demands that Zimbabweans should in any case stick to the methodology framed by the office.
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