Only South African citizens are allowed to relocate, according to the head of Tshwane Human Settlements.
This comes as more than 200 foreigners residing in an informal colony in Heatherdale, Pretoria, may face homelessness in the near future.
Following an expulsion order issued to the landowner in 2014, the City of Tshwane aims to evict residents from the Akasia informal settlement. Only South African nationals would be rehoused on property occupied by the metro in Orchards, Pretoria North, according to government managers at a recent meeting to convey the move.
Residents pleaded with authorities for additional time to prepare for the relocation, but they will now be relocated on Friday.
However, at least 200 foreigners from Zimbabwe, Malawi, and Lesotho will be left homeless and should be deported back to their countries under South African law, but we all know how the ANC functions. These foreigners will continue to be a financial drain on South African taxpayers since the ANC adores them and will not enforce the country's laws because they are sympathetic to their plight.
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