ORO Governor Garry Juffa has warned expatriates working in his province not to swear at or treat his people in a racist manner.
Governor Juffa said these people were not welcome in Oro and said he would remove them from the province.
He also said companies should screen staff for such attitudes before employing them.
Mr Juffa said several companies were habitually employing "neo-colonial racists who behaved as if they were in apartheid South Africa".
He said the Oro provincial government would introduce laws to fine companies whose expatriate staff behaved in a racist manner.