ZIMBABWEANS In SA Are Planning SOMETHING On This DATE - Leaked DOCUMENT Posted On Facebook
South Africa, Social Media - Mzansi has had a problem with the restoration of Zimbabwean working permits in South Africa, for a while now. South Africans have been fighting that they shouldn't be renewed and that all foreigners should get back to their country because South Africa is confronting a high unemployment rate in a way that is anticipating, that it could get worse before it gets better. However Zimbabweans are really not taking this problem well. They have been attempting to confront the South African government over this issue for quite a while. Even the Human Right commission has tried to help Zimbabweans to no avail. The Human Rights commission will be taking the chaplain of home affairs to court to confrontat the decision not to renew Zimbabwean work ZEP permits. Now it has been disclosed on Facebook that Zimbabweans are planning to strike on the fourteenth of February to confrontat the judgment by the home affairs administration if South Africa to not replenish their ZEP permits. This is very bad news, Zimbabweans have been told to go home and they are now over staying their welcome and even demanding to setup camp in a foreign country.
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