The continuous influx of foreign nationals into our country is becoming a thorn on the flesh of many local citizens who can no longer engage in a particular project without competing with these foreigners.
The demand to repatriate illegal immigrants back to their respective countries has intensified ever since the government of South Africa ended the controversial Zimbabwe Exemption Permit.
Some citizens are worried that the issuance of this permits to over 250,000 beneficiaries in the past could be one of the factors fueling unemployment.
Meanwhile, a Malawian man known as Raynomics on Twitter has revealed that South Africa cannot grow in the absence of immigrants. He went further to cite example with countries like United States and Dubai which is evenly made up of different ancestry.
He further said that South African people seem to like violence considering the manner in which their usually confront immigrants.
According to his exact statement on Twitter:
"And you think South Africa will ever grow without foreigners? Dubai allows foreigners, United States does. Don’t you see how developed those places are. South Africans likes too much violence and i really don’t know why!"
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