Operation Dudula's members have been dealing with a lot of grief since the deaths of eleven of their fellow soldiers.
More and more South Africans are seeing the group protesting illegal immigration and criminality as a solution to our long-standing problems, such as armed robbery and vehicle spiking, as well as rape and drug dealing.
According to reports, eleven members of Operation Dudula were killed this morning in a car accident.
According to posts on the organization's Facebook page, the following is true:
"On the way to Mpumalanga province in South Africa, eleven members of Operation Dudula were killed in a taxi omnibus collision with another vehicle.
They've rushed the driver to a nearby hospital because he needs medical attention right away "It's an excellent idea.
To participate in another Operation dudula protest scheduled for tomorrow, the victims were on their way to Mpumalang.
We pray for their families' comfort.
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