The members of operation dudula are not relenting at all in their quest to completely end the illegal operations of undocumented immigrants who are exploiting the country at the detriment of its citizens.
The pressure movement has been around for a while and they have succeeded in conducting several marches across the nation in a bid to spread their message and also get their voices heard by appropriate authorities for action.
One of the major demand of this group is the deportation of foreign nationals and for the government to prioritize her citizens in every aspect of our existence.
Meanwhile, news report reaching us confirm that members of operation dudula are already marching in Kraaifontein CBD, though it is raining heavily but members of operation dudula and residents of Kraaifontein have come out in their numbers to join the protest.
One of the noticeable thing happening in the city is the fact that most foreign owned businesses are shut down and immigrants are nowhere to be found.
This was contained in a statement released by Proudly Mzansi on Twitter and it reads:
"Operation Dudula marching under the rain in Kraaifontein CBD.
All foreign owned shops shut down.
The best part is even the people who didn't know what was going on were immediately on board as soon as they had it explained to them".
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