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Operation Dudula TOUCHES DOWN in Cape Town. Look what they did after booking at Nigerian's hotel

There are already branches in Gauteng, North West, and KwaZulu-Natal of the Operation Dudula. The organization's territory has now been extended to include Cape Town.

Cape Town police are out in full force this morning to monitor Operation Dudula. There has been a steady rise in the number of members of the controversial organization. As one of Cape Town's leaders puts it, the city is plagued by drug smugglers who act as hotel owners in order to launder their money. Zandile claims that several members of the group hired a hotel in Cape Town under the mistaken belief that it was owned by South Africans when they arrived on Friday evening. After discovering that the hotel was owned by Nigerians, they canceled their reservation. "We didn't want to disappoint our group which is against everything controlled by foreigners in our nation," Zandile told Newzroom405

It is claimed by Operation Dudula that illegal immigrants are being hired by local businesses ahead of unemployed South Africans, and that the government is failing to do more to secure the country's weak borders. For the sake of not appearing to be sympathetic to non-natives, they had to cancel their reservation. They didn't want to contradict their position and what they are fighting against. It was a wise decision.

Nhlanhla "Lux" Dlamini, also known as Nhlanhla Paballo Mohlauli, is the leader of a group that has been waging a campaign against unauthorized immigrants in South African neighborhoods with substantial populations of foreigners. Today, foreigners in Cape Town have gone into hiding. Fearing Dudula activists who are currently on their way to hand in a memorandum at Home Affairs, they have taken precautions. A member of Operation Dudula stands amid the demonstrators, claiming she is there to "get rid of the foreigners" because her son was attacked by Nigerians.

It's also claimed by several residents of Cape Town that the DA has urged them to oppose Operation Dudula. It's hard for me to believe that communities in South Africa that are directly affected by the DA's agenda can reject a movement that strives to solve their concerns. For the people, for the people, Operation Dudula is! It's time for the DA to do something about the crime that's engulfing ordinary South Africans because of illegal immigrants.


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