Zimbabweans living in South Africa are not really finding it easy cohabiting with citizens of the country as they are currently being viewed as liability and most South Africans have advised them to go back home and fix the unbearable situation in their country.
In an emerging report, a dissatisfied South African man known as 'Inspired Mind' on Twitter have admonished the government of South Africa to focus more on South African citizens before any other nationality.
He went further to disclose angrily that there are tens of thousands of Zimbabwean ladies getting pregnant, giving birth and then living off government grants without adding anything meaningful to the development of our economy.
He stated that such attitude is completely unfair to local citizens who work hard and pay taxes to keep the country afloat.
According to his statement on Twitter and it reads:
"SA government needs to focus on South Africans first.
You do realize there are tens of thousand of Zimbabwe women here, getting pregnant, giving birth and then living off grants without contributing towards the fiscus at all?
How is that fair to locals?".
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