South Africa is a country that never stops to amaze its people with different unpleasant report, especially when it has to do with how the government handles the issue of Immigration and Immigrants using false documents to reside here.
Another Zimbabwean man identified as Thembani Jubane has been busted online by internet users who said he fraudulently obtained a South African Identity Documents and he flaunts himself as a South African while he is originally from Zimbabwe.
Reports also had it that he owns a multi-million Rand motor company that has falsely benefitted from government tenders.
Internet users are advising the government of South Africa to rise up to its responsibility and ensure that Mr Thembani Jubane is forced to follow due process.
"Thembani Jubane is another Zimbabwean who fraudulently obtained a SA ID and is pretending to be a South African. He owns a Mabula Motors which suspiciously benefits from multimillion tenders at Eskom, Transnet and Department of Public Works"
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