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EXPLAINER | Gauteng provincial government's plan to ban foreigners from opening businesses in townships

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Residents walk past a spaza shop in Lenasia, Gauteng.
Residents walk past a spaza shop in Lenasia, Gauteng.
PHOTO: Vathiswa Ruselo/Gallo Images/Sowetan

If draft provincial legislation is passed, foreign nationals in Gauteng will be barred from opening and operating certain businesses in the province's townships.

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