Three political parties have been the only ones to speak out against Operation Dudula since it began. The ANC, the EFF, and the DA are the three main political parties. Patriotic Alliance, for example, has embraced the Dudula national. According to rumors, the Inkatha Freedom Party may also be working with Operation Dudula in KZN..
KwaZulu-Natal will soon be saying farewell to the ANC after the IFP and Operation Dudula join forces. EFF and DA will also find it tough in the upcoming elections, and it is becoming increasingly clear that the IFP will regain control of KZN in 2024. Opposition parties will all be buried by 2024 as Operation Dudula appears to be in control. After its tour to KZN, Operation Dudula garnered a following in the province. As a result of the recent floods, members of the movement volunteered their time to help rebuild the towns that were damaged.
Unemployed South African graduates in the building and constructed sector were mobilized on Monday as part of Operation Dudula. Operation Dudula was well-liked in KZN because it ordered that flood victims be housed in foreign-occupied houses in the inner city. South Africans should not be left to fend for themselves in wetlands and on river banks, the group argued.
In certain ways, Operation Dudula and IFP share some similarities. Recently, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) introduced a bill in Parliament to limit the number of foreign nationals who can work in the country. The initiative, according to IFP MP Liezl van der Merwe, proposes to restrict the recruitment of foreign workers in jobs requiring only a basic level of ability, such as hospitality, e-hailing, and trucking. The two can work well together because they have the same values.
As a result, Operation Dudula's national secretary, Zandile Dubula, has stated that the campaign will also target legal immigrants who are working menial jobs in South Africa. In order to keep your status as an authorized worker at the United States, it is illegal for you to work in a restaurant. Zandile Dubula, the Dudula national secretary, said during the weekend launch in Cape Town that working in a restaurant does not require any special skills.
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