The discussion surrounding the issue of Immigration is getting more attention as the day goes by. Many South African people are becoming aware of the detrimental effect of uncontrollable number of Immigrants in our country.
A South African man known as 'Oom Kobus' on Twitter has taken to social media to speak out his heart felt grievances over what he met at spur.
He said that his passion to visit spur reduced when he realized that they employ mostly foreigners from zimbabwe. He added that each time he goes to get something to eat at spur, he's served by a zimbabwean.
He also said that such businesses are supporting foreigners even though there's so much youth unemployment in South Africa.
In his statement, he said:
"I miss spur but I will never go there until they prioritize South Africans.
I use to be a fan but everytime I go there I get served by Zimbabweans. It breaks my heart because I know the unemployment in South Africa is high.
Why support a company that don't love its people"
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