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Ramaphosa clear the air by saying foreigners should be given equal right as South Africans.

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According to Mzanzi, South Africa's high crime rate is due to foreigners taking our jobs and contributing to the country's high crime rate. Foreign nationals make up the majority of criminals. Despite the fact that some of them came to South Africa in quest of a better life, the vast majority of them are looking to make money through illicit means. 


This is a good cause to murder all immigrants in South Africa, but it is insufficient to justify it. Despite the fact that some criminals contribute to our criminal population, others contribute to our economy and nation's development in good ways. That is why I have decided to express my views on why we should not chase foreigners.' The following are the specifics: 


Mzanzi schools have a large number of foreign teachers, particularly in math and business sections. We need foreigners who excel in this subject to improve the quality of our education. Although we have certified teachers for specific subjects, foreign teachers outperform Mzanzi teachers in terms of performance. 


Furthermore, South Africans are known for their laziness. Most of the positions in Mzanzi that South Africans are unable to fill are filled by foreigners. We all want to work in jobs that aren't too demanding because we're all lazy. South African men, for example, are rarely seen cultivating the fields. They only want a low-level administrative position. We value these immigrants, particularly Zimbabweans, since they can perform tasks that we cannot. 


It's the last term, "umnunngu munni nga Bantu," that they employ. Nobody owns Africa; it belongs to everyone who lives there. We must band together and live in peace. Because, let's be honest, we all want a place to call home. When we work together, we can do incredible things. Our future is inextricably linked. 


What are your thoughts on this? Do you agree or disagree with what I'm saying? We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below, and if you think we missed something, please let us know. 


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