Members of Concerned Tshwane Residents (CTR) are calling on community members, stakeholders, and civic organizations to join a mass deportation campaign to remove illegal foreigners in Tshwane.
This comes after they launched an initiative at Marabastad earlier this week to demonstrate their concern about the influx of illegal foreigners.
Their slogan is “Justice delayed is justice denied.”. The group says they’re tired of illegal immigration, drug dealers, illegal trade, and non-taxpayers.
Tshwane Concerned Residents’ Chairperson, Kagiso Kekana, said the organisation’s mission was to force the government to enforce laws.
“We are not doing this violently, although there are those who take advantage of the protest and push their agenda.
“Some come with intentions to sabotage the mission. Unless they produce a valid CTR membership they are just ordinary community members” said Kagiso Kekana.
The Chairperson confirmed to Tshwane Bulletin Newspaper that they are going to engage with all relevant stakeholders to push their mission. They will start with the South African Police Services and high officials responsible for migration.
The organisation has set seven days of addressing the foreign influx and mobilisation in Pretoria, Tshwane. They are working in collaboration with anyone who wants to join them.