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Zimbabweans Are Beginning To Pack Their Luggage Leaving For Zim

When South Africans and foreigners meet up, Zimbabweans start to back down. Many bus lines that go to Zimbabwe say that people are afraid and have sent many of their goods back home. When a bus driver in the Eastern Cape was taking things to Zimbabwe, he said, "We are making more money than people."

There is a time bomb that foreigners can sense and don't want to be caught in the middle of. This comes after the killing of Elvis Nyathi outside his home in Diepsloot, South Africa. The Zimbabwean government even helped the family with the burial of their loved one's body after they died. His killers have been caught and brought to court.

People from other countries have been shocked by groups like Operation Dudula and #PutSouthAfricansFirst, which have become more vigilante. After all, Zimbabwean exemption permits will run out this year. This has caused a lot of Zimbabweans to want to leave before any growing violence makes them targets on their backs.

Some foreigners say that right now, all they are thinking about is getting their things out of the country first, and then they will see what the development is. Many people want to leave before things get out of hand. No one has signed up for other permits because they don't work for them.

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