Nov 28, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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‘We have room for legal foreigners, not illegals’: Soweto activist

Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini, a member of the Soweto Parliament, which guarded the Maponya Mall during looting and vandalism in July, will lead a march to the offices of the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) in Johannesburg on Wednesday.

The march under the banner “South Africans are also people with rights” is intended to highlight the need for greater respect for SA laws that include the registration or deportation of illegal aliens.

“We say these buildings belong to South Africans. We have no place for illegal aliens in this country. We have room for legal foreigners.

“Illegal foreigners, your games are over. If the government doesn’t tell you, if the SAHRC doesn’t tell you, if nobody else tells you, we, as South Africans, tell you that we will put South Africans first, ”said Dlamini.

The march is expected to begin on Wednesday afternoon, when protesters gather in Newtown Junction Mall to march to the SAHRC offices.

Meanwhile, another march is set to begin on Wednesday morning under the hashtag #PutSouthAfricansFirst in Pretoria. The participants will gather in the church square to march to the Union Buildings.