"Government, at national [level], is allowing people to flood South Africa. Most people occupying the buildings are people coming from outside the country ... Yes, we were in exile ourselves. Our own South Africans were abroad and not allowed to occupy cities and push out the citizens of those countries," said Congress of the People leader Mosiuoa Lekota during a press briefing.
Refugees Must Live in Refugee Camps - Opposition Leader
News24Wire, 11 July 2018
It was meant to be a briefing on the budgets passed by DA-led coalitions in various metros across the country. Instead, the focus turned to foreign nationals. Read more »
Lekota Slams Foreigners As Parties Call for Coalition Rule
Daily Maverick, 11 July 2018
Coalition partners supporting DA mayors in Johannesburg, Nelson Mandela Bay and Tshwane spoke on Wednesday about the virtues of multi-party rule ahead of the 2019 elections. Cope's… Read more »
COPE leader Mosiuoa Lekota (file photo).
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