Put South Africans First

  • Africa & World

    South Africans demand Zimbabweans ‘grabbing jobs’ to leave

    SOME South Africans staged a peaceful protest in the country today urging the government to cancel special permits for Zimbabweans, Mozambicans and other foreigners. The protesters carrying banners inscribed with the words ‘Put South Africa First’, demanded the cancellation of over 250,000 special dispensation given to some foreigners, the immediate termination of all contracts of foreign workers in the hospitality,…

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  • Analysis

    South African opposition parties benefit from rising Afrophobia

    By Zidwe Ndwande POST-APARTHEID South Africa finds itself at a moment where a worrying number of its citizens currently consider a nativist ideology as one of the determining factors in a party’s electability. New political organizations firmly root themselves within a space developed through years of growing national antagonisms towards the African other. These parties include the African Transformation Movement…

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  • Top Stories

    Protest to have Zimbabweans deported gathers momentum in Pretoria

    On Tuesday 22 September, the #23SeptemberCleanSA was at the top of the Twitter trends list. The hashtag bore its name from the Put South Africans First movement which vowed to march to the Nigerian and Zimbabwean embassies on Wednesday 23 September in a bid to have foreigners deported back to their countries.  The movement has claimed that foreigners contribute to South Africa’s…

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