When South Africans cry out over unlawful activities often carried out by immigrants in the country, many individuals term them as being xenophobic and unwelcoming towards immigrants in our nation.
The call for the deportation of illegal immigrants being made by South Africans is a genuine one even though the approach might be wrong. Our country has gradually deteriorated to a level that anything can go whether legal or illegal, but we must commend our security operatives for putting in their best to ensure that the country is still inhabitable for citizens.
Meanwhile, it is no longer new that a particular office was raided in Park Station yesterday where mini Home Affairs operations is being carried out. The owner of the place actually engage in manufacturing of fake South African document ranging from SA business permit, South African passport, Visa stamping, residents permit and so on.
However, the picture of the office owner has surfaced online and I think its necessary to bring it to my wonderful readers to see. Before then, it is pertinent to note that he is a Zimbabwean who has issued thousands of fake documents to illegal immigrants to enable them live and work in the country.
Illegal stamp he uses in authenticating the documents.
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