The level of detaste many South Africans have for Immigrants is on the high side. The reason for this is not far fetched.
Foreigners are currently one of the reason why we have high crime rate in South Africa and most citizens also have to drag little available opportunities with this people.
Meanwhile, a concerned South African man known as KingJosh on Twitter has advised the government to allow families of deceased foreigner take the corpse of their own back to his/her home country.
He claimed that South Africans are running out of burial space because of Immigrants while urging that those who cannot be traced should be cremated.
In his words, he said:
"Illegal immigrants and Zimbabweans when they die they must go be buried in their Home countries. We running out of burial space because of these people. Those who cant be traced to any country they must be cremated by the Namib sun in Pauper Burial."
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