Starting Monday morning, the residents of Tshwane are gearing up for a week-long demonstration against the presence of illegal immigrants within South Africa.
Frustrated by the sight of these individuals operating businesses without paying their due taxes, the residents are demanding immediate action from the government.
Among the residents spearheading the protest in Marabastad on Monday is Given Moraba. He firmly believes that undocumented immigrants should not be allowed to reside in South Africa.
Moraba emphasizes that these individuals fail to contribute to the South African Revenue Service (SARS) through tax payments.
Consequently, he asserts that the citizens of Tshwane stand united in expressing their disapproval to the President, emphasizing that the presence of these undocumented individuals is undesired.
Without valid passports, these individuals are residing illegally within South Africa, exacerbating the prevailing issues.
The residents are resolute in their demands to restore employment opportunities and revitalize the nation’s economy.
Moreover, they highlight the correlation between the influx of illegal immigrants and the surge in crime rates across South Africa.
The residents of Tshwane, driven by their concerns over the detrimental impact of illegal immigrants, are poised to make their voices heard.
With the protest commencing in Marabastad, Tshwane will witness a united front demanding governmental intervention to rectify the situation.
By emphasizing the need for these individuals to adhere to proper immigration procedures and contribute to the nation’s tax system, the residents aim to restore order, security, and economic stability.