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Operation Dudula and Put South Africa first movement leaders joined a political party

The subject of discussion is Operation Dudula and Put. South Africa's first movement leaders joined a political party in the country's history. 

No one ever imagined that they would live to see the day when they would be leaders of a movement that is determined to see South Africans placed first, and they would become members of the party or rather political organizations. 

Kenny Kunene, the Patriotic Alliance's deputy president and co-founder, revealed yesterday that six important leaders had joined the party, Patriotic Alliances, as of yesterday (PA). 

In addition to the six new members welcomed by the Patriotic Alliance, two leaders of Operation Dudula and the Put South Africa First campaign, Mario Khumalo and Victoria, have joined the group as well. 

Now that they have joined the political party, even though Patriotic Alliance shares some values with the Operation Dudula and Put South Africa First movements, it is unclear what will happen to the movement in the future, given that the movement's leaders are currently working on the political party. 

PutSAFirst campaigners Mario Khumalo and Victoria Mamogobo, as well as Bonginkosi Khanyile from Fees Must Fall, have joined the Patriotic Alliance, which is a very fascinating development.


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