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Zimbabweans Have Done The Strangest Thing To The South African Border After A Huge Brawl

Zimbabweans Have Done The Strangest Thing To the South African Border After A Huge Brawl

Date: 2021/11/30

It has been reported that Zimbabwe is also joining a list of countries that will be blocking South Africans and other people to travel in their country because of the pandemic, this means there will be no traveling this summer to the other side of the border the worst things are still likely going to happen.

The Zimbabwean nationals who work in South Africa will have to spend the holidays by themselves as that is the possible outcome of this December, scientists are making these findings and we all have to abide by them so the country can be much safer.

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The nation has to protect itself and isolate South Africa from all the other countries outside, this means artists are still going to starve, more especially those that sell tickets, people need to try to be safe these holidays and stay home or help out on the health care sector so that the people can survive the storm which is this pandemic till we beat it as there are about to take more boosters to protect themselves.

Cyril Ramaphosa and the Kenyan president were talking about opening the borders indefinitely for all Africans in Africa, but other countries. Zimbabwe does not have a big population as most of the people moved overseas some to Botswana, Zambia, and South Africa.

The country is supposed to heal from the pandemic not go backward, but the best thing right now is for everyone to get their shots and move on with life, as that is what we want because the economic impact is caused by some of those things that the people are not taking seriously to be more be cautious about the traveling this December with the price of Petrol Sky Rocketing to R20 for a liter.


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