Operation Dudula has been wreaking havoc on the majority of Gauteng's regions. Other movements, such as Alexander's Dudula Movement, have been influenced by Operation Dudula's efforts. South Africans are committed to reclaiming their homeland and will not back down.
There are still more illegal foreigners in South Africa, and following this morning's events, we can affirm that there are still more, but they are getting the message. The Bara Taxi Rank was devoid of merchants this morning. According to reports, foreigners took out this morning after sighting several police officers. This news was published on social media this morning following the incident.
The fact that foreigners have jumped right in implies that there are many more who are unlawful and refuse to follow the rules. While it is not pleasant for people to be harassed, they must present paperwork in order to remain in South Africa illegally.
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