DAILYKENN.com -- South Africa's anti-white pro-communist regime is driving professionals out of the nation.
For every professional who migrates to South Africa, eight migrate from South Africa.
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Kristian Rouz — A rising number of South Africans are seeking to leave their country, reports suggest, as the nation remains mired in ongoing economic problems, while its political course remains highly uncertain. This particularly applies to the educated urban population, across all of the nation's racial and ethnic groups.
Following this month's general election, which saw the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party maintain its grip on power, 'emigration' has become one of the most heatedly-debated topics across the Rainbow Nation.
However, South Africa's immigration system doesn't track the exact number of permanent departures from the country, meaning the scale of the nation's 'brain drain' is extremely hard to quantify.
"For every one professional immigrating to South Africa, eight professionals are leaving our shores," Johannes Wessels of the Enterprise Observatory of South Africa said.
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