Illegal Immigration is one of the major challenge South Africa is currently facing and the numbers of these foreigners are increasing as the day goes by.
Many citizens of South Africa have constantly shown displeasure with the manner in which the government is handling this issue of Immigration.
Meanwhile, a concerned South African man who is often known for speaking up on issues of national importance Trevor has said that a drive through the major streets of Hilbrow and Yeoville will convince one of how much valuables we've lost to Illegal Immigrants.
His words simply entails the level of damage that has been done to our society by these undocumented immigrants roaming around the streets perpetrating various heinous crimes that has exposed our people to risk.
According to his statement on Twitter:
"Driving through Yeoville and Hillbrow reminds one of how much South Africa has lost to undocumented foreign African nationals. Call it what you will but truth is truth."
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