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Mzansi was Angry when they saw Ethiopians selling out-of-date items.

"Anti-South African xenophobia Yes, we questioned this shopkeeper if he would give his baby this two-year-old medicine, and he confidently replied "no." As the Patriotic Alliance, we are just getting started. Following our shopping program, we will visit hospitals." Gayton McKenzie shared this.

This Matlosana shop already has half of the merchandise that will expire in 2020. Consider what would happen if Woolworths was bursting at the seams with out-of-date merchandise. The resulting ruckus would be indescribable. Because we are not backing down, all of these unlawful shops will close.

You'll kill them with your low-cost items; I'm a part of the action, but I'm rooting for you all the way.

It is necessary to be given a good job.

It is preferable to take action than than wait for a decision.Citizens must be really supportive in this situation. Keep in mind that voting makes you part of the government. The government is not affiliated with the ANC or Ramaphosa. They are simply our country's front line. South Africans, wake up and quit sounding like politicians. Be the father and mother of our nation.

I came across a tin of baked beans that had gone bad. When I informed the man behind the counter, he simply disregarded me. I yelled loudly enough for everyone to hear. He told me that if I didn't leave the shop, he would phone the security company. They weren't there the next day." According to a Facebook fan,


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