A South Africa media house @TheCitizen_News posted in their Twitter account that " Foreign nationals ready for war against Operation Dudula. This was made know by some groups of Foreign national living in South Africa. In a tweet they said “ We will not be BULLIED by people who can't hold their government responsible for corruption and failure to delivery services ”.
Following the 7days to go before the deadline for suppose removal of informal settlement said harbour criminals in pimville and kliptown, sewoto director for moral committee Mabine Seabe said the mayor has engaged the MMC for housing to find last solution for the community.
After the angry Soweto residents tossed an ultimatum at the police.
Foreigners living in n Sewoto , Kliptown and Pimville are protesting there are ready for war and will never leave South Africa. The people should hold their government responsible for corruption and failure to delivery services to its citizens.
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