The high level of courage exhibited by Zimbabweans recently shows that things will definitely turn for good in the country which has suffered economic setback orchestrated by several sanctions incurred by the administration of Late President Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabweans living in South Africa have suffered rejection, dejection and resentment in the hands of citizens who believe that Zimbabweans are part of the reason why unemployment and insecurity is still on the rise in South Africa.
However, a dissatisfied Zimbabwean man known as Kanyeta on Twitter has lamented that it is now risky to be a Zimbabwean in South Africa due to how there are being targeted by South Africans under the umbrella body of Operation dudula.
He further said that it is practically becoming impossible for Zimbabweans to say they are from Zimbabwe. He emphasized that this action against Zimbabweans in South Africa is an indication that their need to rebuild Zimbabwe and rescue it from the hands of ZanuPF.
According to Kanyeta's statement on Twitter:
"Being Zimbabwean is now risky in South Africa.
You cant even feel free to say I'm Zimbabwean. I'm not okay. We need our country back from ZanuPF".
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