The opposition coming from South African truck drivers against their Zimbabwean counterparts is growing beyond control. This is evident in the manner in which some of these foreign truck drivers are pulled over, questioned and in some cases assaulted for being a foreigner and at same time working in South Africa.
In an emerging report, a Zimbabwean truck driver employed by a white owned South African company was seen being questioned by fellow South African truck drivers.
They inquired about his legal right to operate in South Africa and it was discovered that he is residing Illegally in South Africa.
In a video that has since gone viral, the young man could be seen speaking with so much fear and trembling as he was being questioned by these South African truck drivers.
According to a statement released by Ayandi on Twitter:
"White people are hiring Zimbabweans, they face angry South Africans on the road!! This is painful to watch but at the same time South Africans are hungry and unemployed in their own country!! Let's do the right thing"
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