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South African truck drivers have threatened to not return to work and instead allow foreign nationals to be at the forefront of the trucking industry should employers continue with their preferential hiring tendencies/ if things don’t change.Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
Agree. Put SA first
44% - 24 votes
Foreigners have rights
18% - 10 votes
It smacks of Xenophobia
38% - 21 votes