XENOPHOBIC SOUTH AFRICA AND IT’S IMPLICATIONS

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There are lots of foreign investment from black africans especially Nigeria thereby giving mouth watering employment to south Africans. Most Nigerian buisness tycoon prefer S.A. because of low cost of doing buisness and because of this have contributed largely to south Africa economy and job creation.

The moment there’s steady power supply in Nigeria i bet you S.A. economy job creation will drastically shrink. Nigeria business tycoon and other African nations citizens has hundreds of million dollar shares in south African owned businesses, it is the foreigners both black and white that makes south African economy to be buoyant.

As it stands, this issue have been going on for sooo long so therefore all black foreigners Must leave south africa with immediate effect including all their shares and buisnesses same applies to all south African buisness in all part of African union nations, let them as well leave with Immediate effect back to south Africa to do their buisness only in south African soil. All South African buisnesses for example Mtn,shoprite, dstv,gotv, e.tc. should pack back from all African nations to south Africa soil with immediate effect.

Ediri Emmanuel

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