South Africans visited Zimbabwean Churches and they got the sh0ck of their lives

They discovered stones that had been wrapped in red cloth, as stated by the source. They conjure up things that are commonplace in the cemetery. The people of South Africa were the most enraged by this.

The people of South Africa urged them to pray at any church in our country and suggested that they pick one at random if they wanted to pray to God. They cautioned them to desist from engaging in activities that were inappropriate for the church in our nation.

They continued with their unidentified churches despite the fact that outsiders did not take them seriously. The people of South Africa made the decision to go and visit them, and while they were there, they destroyed everything in there, including their uniforms.

Mzansi is of the opinion that these are the primary contributors to the high number of accidents that occur in our nation. This is because they had previously witnessed people making graveyards out of red cloth and stones.

Mzansi has issued a call to anyone who comes across these churches to raze them; if they want to pray to God, they should do so in one of our places of worship instead.

Spread the word about this operation to your loved ones by informing them about it and sharing the information with them. The message is to desecrate their churches, and we intend to do so in an unviolent manner.


“The situation is getting worse with each passing day,” says Elasto Maweni from Ikamvelihle in Gqeberha. “There is dire poverty in Zimbabwe,” he says. “The situation is getting worse with each passing day.”

Maweni is a Zimbabwean national who was granted a Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) to live and work in South Africa. She is one of nearly 180,000 Zimbabwean nationals to receive such a permit. This decision to not renew these permits was made by the Department of Home Affairs earlier this year.

Maweni is one of the majority of people who hold a ZEP who does not qualify for the critical skills list that was published in February. As a result, he is at risk of deportation on the 31st of December, 2022, when the permits will have expired.

“If the government of South Africa does not grant me permanent residency status or renew my permit, I will be forced into a life of abject poverty.” I would like to respectfully request that the Minister of Home Affairs reconsider his decision.

He explained, “I tried to apply [for a general work permit], but I gave up after discovering that it was pointless given the stringent conditions.” According to him, one of the prerequisites for potential applicants is to place an ad in both a regional and a national newspaper in order to determine whether or not there are South Africans who are capable of performing the duties of the position in question.

Since 2007, Maweni has been residing in South Africa. He is the sole provider for his family, which consists of his wife, son, and grandchild.

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Learners in Motherwell can rely on him to get them to and from school in his personal taxi, which he owns. In addition to that, he goes around Zimbabwe and sells decorative ornaments, mops, brooms, and lotions so that he can help support his other children and other relatives who live there.

According to Ngqabutho Mabhena, chairman of the Zimbabwean Community in South Africa, many people who hold a ZEP work in jobs that require less skill, which would make obtaining a waiver extremely difficult.

“Only those people whose abilities were included on the Critical Skills list in February, like diesel mechanics, may have some luck,” Mabhena said.

Immigration attorney Lorraine Kapungu of Kapungu Attorneys walked me through the steps of submitting a general work permit application. According to her, an applicant is required to obtain a certificate from the Department of Labour proving that “despite a diligent search, the prospective employer has been unable to find a suitable South African citizen or permanent resident with requisite qualifications or skills and experience equivalent to those of the applicant.”

“I am of the opinion that each individual possesses a special talent that cannot be evaluated using contemporary methods such as levels of education. “Holders of ZEP do have a chance in regard to their waiver applications,” she said, “if a waiver motivational letter is well-drafted, and if the employers are compliant with the labor rules and regulations.”

In a notice issued on the 13th of May, Home Affairs encouraged individuals who held ZEPs to apply for permits and waivers. Director-General Livhuwani Tommy Makhode reportedly stated in a written statement that “The Department of Home Affairs has thus far received few applications.” Without further delay, Home Affairs encourages all affected Zimbabwean nationals to submit an application for a visa or visas with VFS Global. It is of the utmost importance that all of the affected Zimbabwean nationals submit their applications in order to regularize their status and to continue to [stay] lawfully in the Republic prior to the deadline of December 31, 2022. DM

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