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Minister of Home Affairs Points Accusation fingers at NGOs of trying to do this. (Opinion)

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motswaledi, who also goes by the name Doctor Aaron Motswaledi, has announced that the Zimbabwean Exempt Permit program will end before the current year is out. Because numerous Zimbabweans have appreciated their time spent in our country as a result of the ZEP, the pastor believes that they should be supervised in the same manner as any other specialist.

The Helen Suzman Foundation has made the decision to file a lawsuit against the official entity responsible for ZEP's fight. The foundation criticized the public expert for failing to provide sufficient advice, for failing to provide persons who adhered to fair treatment with an open door, and for failing to permit some individuals to make their visit a regular occurrence.

The minister has responded to the impending legal question that will be posed by the HSF by stating that a few NGOs are attempting to unstick the democratically chosen administration through meager legitimate debates. In our nation, it has been common practice for organizations, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and intellectual get-togethers to criticize the government for its treatment of pariahs. There are a lot of problems in the country that need to be fixed, such as the ever increasing prices of fuel and electricity and the loadshedding that never ends.


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