The Republic of South Africa has a significant problem with undocumented foreigners who enter the country. The subject of foreigners living in the Republic of South Africa is discussed on social media on a daily basis.
We recently learned that inhabitants of SOWETO took matters into their own hands and chased away foreigners doing business at the Bara shopping complex.
Citizens set fire to all foreigners' possessions, including things they were selling. It has now been claimed that ActionSA, led by Herman Mashaba, has exposed a warehouse in Gauteng province that manufactures fraudulent South African passports, identity documents, and visas.
It is past time for law enforcement agencies to take action against this crime; it is a severe crime that requires immediate action, as the bogus documents could be used for criminal purposes.
If the building was utilized in the commission of a crime, the South African Police Service and Asset Forfeiture Unit must seize it on behalf of the state.
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