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Patriotic Alliance leader, Gayton McKenzie.
The government’s failure to effectively guard South Africa’s borders has created conditions favourable for political parties to mobilise against foreigners ahead of the general elections, an expert says.
Sysman Motloung, a political studies and international relations lecturer at North West University, warned that political parties would stage even more protests in the build-up to the elections.
He was reacting to videos of Patriotic Alliance (PA) leader Gayton McKenzie and people in PA T-shirts in what McKenzie termed “a war” and a “standoff” at the Limpopo River.
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