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Nhlanhla Lux is left speechless after Zimbabwean President sent him a tough letter.

Members of Operation Dudula are said to have slain people who appeared to be Zimbabwean nationals after a brutal beating was captured on camera, according to a Twitter post. Zimbabweans, according to Dr. Koba, a native of the country, are averse to being treated as animals. To determine if they are in fact Zimbabweans, an inquiry will be conducted, and then a decision will be made as to what to do next.

The Zimbabwean government will have no choice but to act if this is examined and confirmed to be accurate! Keep killing us like this, as if we're animals, or we will revolt.

People in South Africa wanted Zimbabweans removed because they were destroying what we had worked so hard to achieve.

The following are the views of Twitter users.

Zimbabwe's government may need to take action. Improve the quality of life by eliminating corruption. This will go on endlessly until people decide to fight or die for what is rightfully theirs. Engineers have replaced gardeners as the primary caretakers of our modern landscapes.

What do they have as choices? Each and every one of them should be deported because of this problem. Request revisions from international organizations. That's what we're looking for. Whatever it takes, we'll pay for their release.

At the moment, this is not a part of Dudula's business. Operation Dudula has the support of the police. That's a community-oriented non-profit organization. The future of Zimbabwe must include the participation of the people of South Africa. Our newest member, Handoff, is on its way to joining the "Lux" community.

Just so everyone knows, we aren't running Operation Adult. How soon will Zimbabwe be forced to take action? The crimes committed by Zimbabweans in South Africa have not been denounced by a single Zimbabwean. Crime and criminals cannot be imported into the country because we already have a high number of both in the population.


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