Operation Dudula no longer only goes after people who are here illegally. Migrants with papers who work menial jobs in South Africa will not be spared. This was said by the movement's national secretary, Zandile Dubula, at the opening of the Western Cape branch on Saturday in Cape Town.
Action Dudula at this point not simply seeks after people who are here illegally. Voyagers with papers who keep up with humble kinds of revenue in South Africa will not be saved. This was said by the improvement's public secretary, Zandile Dubula, at the send off of the Western Cape branch on Saturday in Cape Town.
Link:https://twitter.com/HeraldNMB/status/1525818945760108544?t=oI4x6p2d1QrHvVrdpXrNMA&s=08 Activity Dudula is done focusing on unlawful settlers as it were. Archived transients doing humble positions in SA won't be saved. The development's public secretary, Zandile Dubula, uncovered this during the send off of its Western Cape branch in Cape Town on Saturday.
There are news now making waves in different media platforms that the well known vigilant group if not movement, Operation Dudula that it has now improved from their initial plan of targeting Illegal immigrants to now targeting all immigrants residing within the boarders of the republic of South Africa.
Operation Dudula wants to get rid of all foreigners in South Africa, whether they are there legally or not. Operation Dudula and the Put South Africa First movement have been calling for illegal immigrants living in the republic of South Africa to be deported in large groups for a while now.
Date: 15 May 2022 The mission of Operation Dudula is no longer limited to illegal immigration. Image: The citizen Documented migrants working in low-wage jobs in South Africa will not be exempt. Zandile Dubula, the movement's national secretary, stated this at the Western Cape branch's opening in Cape Town on Saturday.
Operation Dudula whose initial stance was to fight against illegal foreign nationals, has taken a turn for the worst. The operation which gained its popularity by targeting illegal foreign nations living in South Africa has now begun targeting all foreign nationals, legal or not. Zandile Dubula who is the national secretary of the movement, stated that, the movement was now targeting immigrants who were doing menial work.
Recently, South Africans has been em battling foreign personnel in South Africa, putting more interest on those that entered South Africa illegally. In a way of implementing possible actions against illegal immigration, various youths of South Africa has been on the street protest and aggressively invading the homes of these illegal foreigners for putting South Africans First.
Nlanhla Lux Dlamini, the leader of the movement, is expected to appear in court on Friday morning. Zandile Dubula, the national secretary of Operation Dudula, says that. Lux spoke to his supporters outside of the Johannesburg Central Police station late Thursday night, and he did so very well.
Operation Dudula has broadened its scope to include those who are not lawfully present in the country. There will be no exceptions for legal immigrants working in low-wage jobs across the country. In Cape Town on Saturday, Zandile Dubula, the movement's national secretary, made this statement at the opening of the Western Cape chapter.
Migrants in South Africa who have legal status but are employed in low-paying occupations will not be spared. At the launch of the organization's new branch in the Western Cape on Saturday in Cape Town, Zandile Dubula, the national secretary of the movement, made this announcement.
Operation Dudula has broadened its scope to include those who are not lawfully present in the country. There will be no leniency for South Africans who have documents and work in low-paying occupations, regardless of their status. On Saturday in Cape Town, the Western Cape branch was officially opened by the movement's national secretary, Zandile Dubula.
Operation Dudula now targets more than just illegal immigrants. South Africa will not exempt migrants with legal status who perform menial labour. This was said by Zandile Dubula, the national secretary of the movement, at the opening of the Western Cape branch on Saturday in Cape Town.