If you are a foreigner but have immigrate to another country the country have to give you a citizienship after a certain period of time. In order to qualify for the permanent citizienship you have to be in that country legal. Now Zimbabweans who are living in South Africa took it to court that they want ID's from the government as they claims that they have been in the country for more than 10 years.
The Zimbabweans took this to court after the government revealed tbat they were nolonger issuing permits to Zimbabweans as they are now overcrowded in South Africa while some of them are here illegal. The Zimbabweans are following the South African law that states that if you are a foreigner and have been livimg and working in South Africa for 10 years they have to provide you with an ID.
South Africans have not taken tis matter well as they have hatred towards foreigners. South Africans nolonger wants foreigners in their country because they say they are the reason why they are unemployed as they take their jobs. They allow employees to pay them peanuts that is the reason why employees prefer them over South Africans who demands huge salaries. Most Zimbabweans are expected to go home by December as their permit expires and the government is not looking forward in renewing them.
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