The South African government is gradually putting an end to double-dealing in the country. This should be reflected in the number of activities aimed at removing unfit individuals from the Informal Trading Area.
A few weeks earlier, in Johannesburg's De Villiers Road and surrounding roadways, the process to remove unlicensed street vendors from South Africa began. The activity had great results as Police and Johannesburg authorities collaborated to attack the affected areas and forcefully evict the squatters.
In a new turn of events, information reaching us reveals that Nigerians conducting informal trading business in Kempton Park, East Rand are finding it difficult due to the activities of local specialists facilitating informal businesses nearby.
East Rand specialists are seeking to replicate an event that occurred in Johannesburg in their own city, which had previously affected a large number of business owners.
Nigerians harmed by the government activities are currently sitting helplessly on asphalt, hoping that conditions will improve so they can return to their business locations.
In a Twitter explanation provided by Baloyi:
"Nigerians in Kempton park simply chose to remove their seats and sit on the asphalts, guys. The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department is conducting strikes; what is the City of Ekurhuleni doing; and who is that white woman?
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