People are coming up with creative ways to deal with the Issue of illegal Immigration ravaging the economy and human resources of South Africa at the moment.
The high level of Immigration into South Africa has led to the dwindling job opportunities we see today across South Africa.
This incidents has also raised so much controversy among South African people who are tired of the way SA government is handling the whole thing.
Meanwhile, a South African man known as KingJosh has advised the government of South Africa to build a security iron bars in our different border outpost like the one in the above picture above especially at Beitbridge border to help prevent foreigners intruding into the country like they used to.
In his words, he said:
"This the kind of Control needed in Beitbridge. ZIMBABWEANS NEED TO BE PREVENTED AT ALL COSTS TO COME TO South Africa."
Do you actually think that this type of iron bars will help solve the problem of Immigration in our country?
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