Regulate the number of migrants employed in the country

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Illegal immigrants during minister of home affairs Malusi Gigaba and his counter part from Lesotho Advocate Lekhetho Rauane's visit at the Lindela Repatriation centre on friday,they interacted with the stuff and were take on a tour of the facility,They also had an opportunity to taste the food that is given to illegal immigrants. Picture: Felix Dlangamandla FOTO24/GAUTENG
Illegal immigrants during minister of home affairs Malusi Gigaba and his counter part from Lesotho Advocate Lekhetho Rauane's visit at the Lindela Repatriation centre on friday,they interacted with the stuff and were take on a tour of the facility,They also had an opportunity to taste the food that is given to illegal immigrants. Picture: Felix Dlangamandla FOTO24/GAUTENG

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Input from a commission at the ANC’s national executive committee (NEC) lekgotla suggests that the governing party is contemplating more stringent measures to deal with the employment of undocumented immigrants in the country.

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