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Zimbabwean man left Mzansi in shock after he asked Operation Dudula to help do this.

Because of how he acts and gets involved in government business in South Africa, Simba Chitando has made a lot of enemies. The recent legal dispute between Zimbabwean exemption permit holders and the Department of Home Affairs has also made him an easy target for South Africans.



Simba Chitando's records show that Home Affairs has been flooded with requests to change its decision to cancel the troublesome Zimbabwe exemption certificate before the end of the year last year.


Recently, it was shown through electronic games that the popular Zimbabwean group "Starting Point for Accountability" agreed with Simba Chitando's decision to step down as president.


As a member of ZanuPF, the establishment was disappointed that Operation Dudula couldn't get rid of Simba Chitando more quickly. So, the crowd told the protesters they didn't like how they were making fun of and singling out African street people instead of paying attention to a ZanuPF star like Simba.


According to what the Institute said on Twitter and what it found when it looked into the issue:


"We asked Operation Dudula and Put South Africans First to get rid of Simba Chitando, but they didn't succeed. South Africa doesn't know much about the wealthy Zanu Pf. Every day, poor African drifters are harassed and beaten badly "In point of fact,.


Source:https://twitter.com/ZimInstit4Dem/status/1529353222724456452?t=co-CA7KAkeU0rX6nNJ_Lyw&s=19


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