South Africa is at war with Illegal Immigration and people obtaining jobs through fraudulent means. This is the major reason why we've seen foreigners dispossessing citizens of critical job opportunities.
The government through its security agencies have been working round the clock to make sure that the activities of foreigners are well documented in South Africa.
Meanwhile, the owner of Grand Central Aviator school situated in Midrand and Lanseria has been captured by Hawks team for owning a business in South Africa even though he came into the country with student visa.
Among other people arrested are; His Manager and other workers who are all foreigners working with student visas. It was later discovered that they are from United Arab Emirates and Jordan.
"The Hawks arrested foreigners who were busy working with study visas in South Africa. It turned out that the owner himself is a foreigner with a study visa.
So how did he open a business. The manager is also a foreigner on study visa.
They claim to be citizens of Jordan and United Arab Emirates."
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