LETTER: SA cannot afford immigrants

2021/12/05 21:40:00

LETTER: SA cannot afford immigrants

LETTER: SA cannot afford immigrants

SA lacks the sound economy required to absorb an uncontrolled flood of foreigners

Zimbabwean nationals return to SA via the Beitbridge border. Picture: SUPPLIEDForeigners do well when moving to countries with growing economies and low unemployment (“Decision to stop Zimbabwean visa scheme is indefensible”, December 3). They also do well to fill the gaps left by a well-educated society as they move up the economic ladder.

However, in SA we do not have the sound and growing economy required to absorb an uncontrolled flood of immigrants, and that is not helped by an unemployment rate approaching 50%.While I do not condone xenophobic riots, one must have a certain amount of sympathy for the root cause of these outbreaks. Those of us reading Business Day and commenting are far removed from the reality of life in the lower echelons of our society.

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Picture: SUPPLIED Foreigners do well when moving to countries with growing economies and low unemployment (“ Decision to stop Zimbabwean visa scheme is indefensible ”, December 3). They also do well to fill the gaps left by a well-educated society as they move up the economic ladder.5%, making it supposedly the worst in the world. However, in SA we do not have the sound and growing economy required to absorb an uncontrolled flood of immigrants, and that is not helped by an unemployment rate approaching 50%. A quick check on Google reveals that clueless communist Ebrahim Patel was appointed economic development minister in 2009, just more than 10 years ago. While I do not condone xenophobic riots, one must have a certain amount of sympathy for the root cause of these outbreaks. Now it has risen to 34. Those of us reading Business Day and commenting are far removed from the reality of life in the lower echelons of our society. This call fell on deaf ears.

We cannot afford immigrants and the government should recognise that.6% on the expanded definition). It is time for the continent to rid itself of the looting political class and incompetent governments. Adrien McGuire . This was the case in the Weimar Republic when unemployment was at 24%, before Adolf Hitler became chancellor in 1933.