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Soweto residents not liking the idea of foreigners owning stores in their township, see whats planned

The South African Human Rights Commission (SABRC) blocked foreign video alerts, so Soweto was unable to open a new spa. This issued a commercial space warning after the "Soweto Committee" video was NHLANHLA LUX. In the catastrophic anxiety of July, Lax avoided a robbery at the Maponia Mall in Soweto, and her role was appreciated. She said in the video: "There is no newer foreigner than this." "The rest of the SPANS economy belongs to South Africa".The message is simple and clear. Anyone who does not respect South African law will not show up in Soweto. "After fighting with the 'Howeto Congress', he was left alone in the new suburbs and said he was allowed ... The South African Human Rights Commission is responsible for the 'xenophobic' video, and there is no crime for not complying with After the anxiety of July, the company resumed operations after a devastating wave of looting.

Attributing all crimes to foreigners, including serious crimes committed by South Africans themselves, is a clear sign of xenophobia and regrettable discrimination against people based solely on nationality. "The committee is concerned that the video may harm non-nationals, their property and businesses, especially in Soweto, and may spread to other communities." In order to prevent this from happening, the committee requires law enforcement agencies to deal with these people and incidents. Decide. It also calls on all communities to reject and not listen to those who want to continue to discredit South Africa and make South Africa look like a non-state that tolerates diversity. The Soweto Committee wrote on its Facebook page: "Our Soweto security team covers every corner of Soweto, and there is no longer any risk! Whether in hell or at high tide, whether in hell or in During the high tide, we will hold you responsible for oksalayo".In a video on Facebook, two men claimed that there are enough Spaza stores in the area. They also stated that they will help fight crime and help pay for tuition. They said foreigners will be forced to donate for two university scholarships and funerals. His licensing plan includes ensuring that the products of black entrepreneurs are in Soweto stores.

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