Operation Dudula: “Zim Permit Extension A Slap In The Face Of South Africans”
According to Operation Dudula, extending Zimbabwean exemption permits is a slap in the face to South Africans.
Following a court challenge, Aaron Motsoaledi, the Minister of Home Affairs, was advised to extend the application period. This means that Zimbabweans have until June 30 of next year to apply, but the minister has warned that no further extensions will be granted.
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The extension is referred to as a betrayal by Operation Dudula. “But what is heartbreaking is the continuous betrayal of the ANC government toward the South African people because prioritising South Africans in South Africa seems like a wild concept…labour laws of this country have been undermined under this ZEP that is being placed illegally,” said Operation Dudula’s Kwena Molekwa
Molekwa said that they can no longer feel sorry for Zimbabweans. “Yes we did sympathise with the Zimbabwean people but we can no longer continue looking at the unemployment of South Africans, looking at 46% of South Africans that are on grants.”
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