It finally looks like things are coming together when it comes to the issue of the Zim Work Permits that will be expiring very soon. It is four months before they can expire. But one thing that we know is that Zimbabweans have been working very hard to try and ensure that they remain in this country even after the government indicated that they will not be renewing their Zim Work Permits. They have been taking the South African government to court and the minister of home affairs Aaron Motsoaledi has made sure that he makes this as difficult as it can be for them. The court case continues but it looks like Zimbabweans are now starting to face reality.
It is now being said that more people are now starting to prepare themselves to leave this country. Long-distance bus operators in Johannesburg are now expecting an increase in ticket sales for Zimbabweans who will be returning home as these permits will no longer be renewed.
We do know that those who are holders of the Zim Work Permits are now being given options of what are the things that they can be able to take home when their permits finally expire. We know that some of the things that they can be able to take home are their personal belongings including their furniture and there is no limitation on what they can take. However, when it comes to cars, they can only take one to Zimbabwe.
For the longest time, they have been wasting their time on unnecessary arguments but now they can see that things are not looking good for them and the government does not have any plans on renewing those permits. But one thing we know is that South Africans can not wait to see them gone so that more opportunities can be opened for South Africans.
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