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South Africa: Operation Dudula Branches To Cape Town

South Africa: Operation Dudula Branches To Cape Town

Operation Dudula, a splinter group from a faction in the Put South Africans First movement, has branched to Cape Town. It recently spread to Durban and other areas.

The organisation is pushing anti-immigrant campaigns targeting mainly undocumented foreign nationals in South Africa. It has, however, in the past indiscriminately attacked foreigners, some with the required documents.

Operation Dudula launched in Cape Town this Saturday.

The DA, meanwhile, is calling on residents to reject and stand against the extension of the operation into the city.

President Cyril Ramaphosa recently said the government is not working with and will not recognise any vigilante group as that would be endorsing lawlessness and anarchy.

Meanwhile, observers say the government was only paying lip service and doing nothing to stop the vigilantes who have terrorised and in some cases killed foreign nationals.

It is estimated that millions of Zimbabweans are in South Africa where they are economic refugees following the collapse of the Zimbabwean economy two decades ago.

Some of them are living in fear that Operation Dudula might target them after Elvis Nyathi, their compatriot was tortured and burnt alive last month.

Zimbabwean authorities have engaged their South African counterparts to register their displeasure in the manner the government has responded to the xenophobic attacks.

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10 Comments

Asalif 1 week ago

if I was living in South Africa I would have gunned down this Mkadla Lux guy


Chawabvunza 1 week ago

I completely agree with those who say, "CHINOBHURURUKA CHINOMHARA." Things will never stay the same. At Indepence mozambiqueans flooded this country for manual work, piece work and vending sweets and bananas. But today there are very few of them who are still here. They taught us that if there is no formal employment, engage yourself in vending bananas and sweets. Today our youths are selling bananas and sweets to salvage title to feed their families with. They are doing it because our economy has gone to the dogs. The difference between Mozambique and Zimbabwe is that Mozambique took just a few years to recover yet Zimbabwe is still reeling in poverty since 2002. Citizens hear me. The only way of mending this is to do away with Old People's Home government and vote for::

[ CCC FOR REAL CHANGE ].


Tang. Ku 1 week ago

Dudula is right by it's stance foreigners must go back to their motherland for God has demacated each land according to it's size, people, language, color and resources ,such is Egypt and Cannan muno tichabvisawo manyasarandi ese


Zuze 1 week ago

Shuwa, Chihuri akadzokera kuMalawi.
zED ngaadzokere kuZambia

Jeffers 1 week ago

Let us pray for fellow Zimbabweans who are in a satanic country s.africa.may God protect them wherever they are.Havazive kuti kuputsa imba yomumwe hazvivake yako.maSaskam evanhu avo vakuponda maZimba .Ndirikurwadziwa.


Jeffers 1 week ago

Don't be fooled by Ramphosa.Their government had implemented biased policies ,that's why the,re failling to control dangerous activities in their country.Human rights groups in their country are speechless bcoz of their policies.Foregners as long the,re blacks are not suppose to harmed in such terrible deaths.Hakuna dunhu risina vatorwa.Saka zvirikureva kuti varikutovhaira nenyika yavo Apo isu maZimba tiriisu tiri kuvashandira kuti varambe vachisimukira.Shame may God bless them.


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Chimboti Pizza 1 week ago

Chinobhururuka chinomhara, Zim ichanakawo
Vote CCC for change


bvanyangu 1 week ago

what's stopping ramapusa from arresting these doods anyway?


dudula 1 week ago

its a state sponsored movement baba,if Ceril voices it means less votes to ANC,so some gvnmnt officials want to overthrow Ceril for good so that they pave way for DA iye yevarungu

Edha 1 week ago

Ndaona south Africa yadonha Zimbabwe iriyo yasimuka dudula uchauyawo kwedu kuzotikumbira ndapedza kutaura



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