Daar is geen land wat so gereeld kan akkurate sensus hou nie omdat dit duur is. Meestal word daar in sekere gebiede opnames gemaak en “uitgewerk” – beraamde getalle is nie die werklikheid nie. Nie met ons oop grense en onbeheerde grensgebiede in Suid-Afrika nie. Syfers wat deurgegee aan VN of ander organisasies is ook beraamde getalle.
E S T I M A T E D
Indien daar nie 100% volwaardige kontrole beheer is oor die binnekom van immigrante en ordentlike grensregulering en beheer is nie, kan vergeet word om dit ooit werklik te bepaal. Daar loop soveel onwettiges rond, selfs werksaam as onwettige immigrante. Indien privaat organisasies opnames binne enige gebied in die RSA uitvoer, sal daar beslis immigrante wees wat deelneem al is hulle geen burgers nie.
Immigrante sal hulself nooit verklap as ‘n immigrant nie, juis omdat hul bang is om gedeporteer te word en word hul voorgehou as burgers. Dus, hoe kan sulke opnames as akkuraat beskou word? Hierdie opnamers vra meestal ook geen bewys van identiteit nie en kan enige identiteitsnommer verskaf word.
There is no country that can do census so often and accurate, because it is too expensive. In some areas recordings are usually estimated numbers are not real. Not with our open borders and uncontrolled border areas. If there is not 100% full control over all the entries and proper border control, the real population can not be determined.
There are so many illegal people from other countries, running around, staying in squatter towns even school pupils. If private organizations carry out surveys in any area of the RSA, there will definitely be immigrants participating even if they are not citizens. Most of those people use all our facilities, eat, drink, sleep, get grants, go to schools, universities, hospitals, use electricity, use RDP housing systems and demanding all for free – even land or even vote.
Selfs die 2011 sensus was nie 100% korrek nie, omdat daar soveel stemme nie getel was nie. Daar is verskeie soorte immigrante en heelwat kom as vlugtelinge (ekonomies of maatskaplik) van een of ander aard hier aan, is verarmd, heelwat enkellopende vroue bring verskeie kinders saam. Sommige is sieklik en ondervoed. Meestal verwag almal gratis dienste, skool, medies, behuising, toelaes ensovoort van die gasheerland wat die belastingbetaler reflekteer.
Al hierdie immigrante gebruik ons Suid-Afrikaanse winkels en platvorms vir voedsel asook watergebruik, hetsy dit ingeskakel is by munisipale of metro kantore. Meeste plak gerieflik naby of rondom dorpe wat misdaad bevorder en heelwat neem deel aan protesaksies in Suid-Afrika. Heelwat immigrante sal selfs hul ware en produkte verkoop vir ekstra inkomste.
The very same people that rule South Africa , financed government, constitution, kodesa, idasa, are involved with the illegals and immigrants, as well as all the revolution and protest actions.
Minister Bheki Cele said one problem was that the country needed more police officers as the population had grown from almost 54 million in 2010 to 57.3 million. (Note: The official 2018 population estimate is higher, at 57.73 million.)
Really – only 57.73 is only estimated.
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Genocide – Vernietiging van ‘n volk
The Community Survey 2016(CS) is a large-scale survey that happens in between Censuses 2011 and 2021. The main objective is to provide population and household statistics at municipal level to government and the private sector, to support planning and decision-making. The last Community Survey was conducted in 2007.
The Quarterly Employment Survey (QES) for the third quarter of 2018, shows a decrease of 16 000 jobs. Job losses occurred in the manufacturing (-7 000), construction (-5 000), mining (-2 000), trade (-2 000), transport (-1 000), and community services (-1 000) industries.
CRIME IN SOUTH AFRICA
Crime prevention and ultimate elimination is one of the priority goals of the National Development Plan (NDP). Crime affects all people irrespective of their background, and it is a topic that attracts a lot of media attention. Analysis will show that some groupings are affected by certain types of crime more than others. Crime statistics are essential in order to understand the temporal and spatial dynamics of crime. Such understanding is vital for planning targeted interventions and assessing progress made towards achieving a crime free nation where
“people living in South Africa feel safe at home, at school and at work, and they enjoy a community life free of fear. Women walk freely in the streets and children play safely outside”.
57 South Africans murdered a day – crime statistics –
The 2017/2018 period saw murder increasing by 6.9%. The police minister admitted this to be unacceptable, saying SA is close to being a ‘war zone’.
There was a 6.9% increase in murder over the 2017/2018 period, according to the latest crime stats. An estimated 20,336 people were killed during the period, 1,320 more than the previous year, and 40,035 were raped. Murders of women and children have tragically increased. 291 more women, 117 more boys and 29 more girls were killed in the period than the previous year.
Cash-in-transit heists, a common occurrence currently, have unsurprisingly increased from 137 cases in the 2015/2016 period to 238 in the past year. Bank robberies and truck hijackings are also on the rise.
According to Sekhukhune, 2017/2108 saw 62 farm murders take place, with Gauteng (12) followed by the North West (9) and Limpopo (9) and then Free State (8) and Mpumalanga (8) as the provinces worst affected.
More than 350 illegal immigrants, believed to have been smuggled into the country by syndicates, were arrested in Johannesburg on Thursday. According to the Department of Home Affairs, the 355 undocumented immigrants were arrested near Crown Mines after a joint operation between the department and other security agencies. “At this stage, we can also confirm that of this number, 337 were males of Bangledeshi, Pakistani and Chinese origin, while 18 were Chinese females,” the department’s deputy Director-General for Immigration, Jackie McKay, said. The illegal immigrants are being held at the Lindela Deportation Centre, waiting to be issued travel documents from their diplomatic representatives in South Africa so that they can be deported to their country of origin. “We have reason to believe that these 355 undocumented immigrants were smuggled into the country by syndicates operating in both South Africa and their countries of origin,” McKay added. She said the arrests were an indication that government would not tolerate corruption and that those implicated in corrupt activities would face the full might of the law.
In the past week, Nigerian nationals have been attacked in the capital Pretoria; on Monday, 34 foreign-owned shops were looted in parts of Pretoria, and a local group has called for a march for Friday to protest at immigrants it says are taking their jobs.
“We are here to express our anger and our shock, after hearing that in parts of our continent, people are being auctioned like goods. The youth, to whom we are supposed to give hope, are being destroyed in Libya. The youth there is ready to take the route of the Mediterranean [ocean]. We know that every single year, about 3,000 young people are dying in the Mediterranean [sea] because they want to reach Europe,” ADF chairperson Marc Gbaffou told journalists at the protest.
“We have been trying to convince the South African government that putting people into detention [attracts] some costs, and some abuse can happen. We don’t encourage that. In the Libyan situation, people are currently being dehydrated in the [detention] camps. There are about 42 camps hosting around 700,000 people, and the people are trapped there. People are sick and there is no medical attention, the people have no food. Some of the people are dying,” said Gbaffou.
The Foreign Affairs minister says no Ghanaian or business has been attacked in the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa. In an emergency address in Parliament Friday, Shirley Ayorkor Botchway who briefed the House on the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa said her outfit is taking steps to ensure that no Ghanaian individual or interest is harmed. She also outlined measures her outfit has taken to protect Ghanaians working and living in the Southern African country. Many black africans have been attacked in recent times by unemployed South Africans who have accused foreigners, mostly black aficans of taking their jobs. In the past week, Nigerian nationals have been attacked in the capital Pretoria; on Monday, 34 foreign-owned shops were looted in parts of Pretoria, and a local group has called for a march on Friday in protest over immigrants it claims are taking over their jobs. Giving assurance of measures that has been taken to protect Ghanaians in SA, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey told Parliament that Ghanaian residents in the Mamelodi area have been asked to stay indoors as part of measures to prevent any attacks on them.
2018 – South Africa introduced stricter immigration policies 18 years ago which controlled the movement of travellers between Lesotho and South Africa. This was because of porous borders and the inadequate safety features of the Lesotho passport which posed a security risk.
Poor borders – Parliament 2016
Parliament’s committee gave an update on the Border Management Authority bill
Mocabique and South Africa border control – smuggling
The SANDF says cross border crimes that have threatened the livelihood of communities in northern KwaZulu-Natal..have gone down.