South Africa has been a country choked by the presence of foreign nationals who troop in their numbers just to make earns meet.
Zimbabweans on the other hand has been faulted for most of the crime perpetrated in South Africa due to the fact that most of its people are indicted whenever criminal activities occur within the South Africa.
Meanwhile, a South African activist known as KingJosh on Twitter has given one of the reason why South African people will coexist with Zimbabweans.
He stated that Zimbabweans living within the country will have to move on to the other side of Limpopo River which is the Zim part of the river before South Africans can decide to like them.
His words are indirectly pointing to the fact that Zimbabweans need to leave SA for good.
According to his statement on Twitter and it reads:
"We like Zimbabweans When.They are on.the Other side of Limpopo River."
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