FOREIGNERS Are Not In MZANSI To Work Look Who Got Arrested Once Again Today - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Gauteng - What happens to illegal foreigners when they get arrested in South Africa? Because it seems the government is not winning the battle, they are in every factory and every shop, every illegal mine, even on the highways targeting South Africans, while they claim they are hard workers. Hard workers in what? Crime? Where are we going with this fight against dangerous illegal foreigners because they are not backing down in fact it's getting worse. The crime rate in Mzansi is sky high. This comes as the South African police Service arrested four undocumented foreign nationals in Carlettonville. The arrested suspects are allegedly Zama Zamas who operate in illegal mining activities in the area. Illegal foreigners are getting arrested on a daily basis and it seems as if it is just a normal routine for police. Illegal foreigners are a plague on the South African economy and they are enjoying Christmas on behalf of South Africans who are called xenophobic when they try to deal with them. Where do you go from here?
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