The minister of Home Affairs in South Africa, Ayanda Dlodlo, says she has heard that there are South Africans living in Cape Town that are affected by the shortage of water over there.
Speaking in Pretoria on Thursday morning, Dlodlo said the news hurt her because even if the South African government is willing to assist, its hands are tired because the South African government can only help its people if they are here in the country.
“South Africans living in other countries like Cape Town must come back home in order for us to be able to help them. We have all the water they will ever need here in South Africa. So, they must leave Cape Town and come back home.” Dlodlo said.
It is not clear if Dlodlo is aware that Cape Town is in South Africa. We could not reach her to find out. Story developing…