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Migration: We ignore these bitter truths at our own peril

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Ok’salayo, we have a real problem on our hands, which must be addressed decisively. Photo: Rosetta Msimango
Ok’salayo, we have a real problem on our hands, which must be addressed decisively. Photo: Rosetta Msimango

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SA’s humanitarian approach to foreign nationals is being abused and this should not be allowed to continue.

The issue of foreign nationals – whether documented or not – is not about to go away, unless it is confronted for what it truly is. We may conveniently seek to be politically correct and seek to provide justification or propagate accusations and counteraccusations. Ok’salayo, we have a real problem on our hands, which must be addressed decisively.

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