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Foreigners Chased And Goods Burnt, Spaza Shops SHUT DOWN At This Taxi Rank In Gauteng - SOUTH AFRICA

FOREIGNERS Chased And Goods Burnt, Spaza Shops SHUT DOWN At This Taxi Rank In Gauteng - SOUTH AFRICA


South Africa, Gauteng, Diepkloof - It appears that the longer the government ignores South Africans, the worse things will grow. For a long time, South Africans have been crying out about undocumented foreign nationals, and the government has done little to address the problem, so this is the result: people are tired, and many will likely not understand because you don't stay with them. A South African woman was assassinated in diepsloot by foreign nationals just yesterday; the government must address this issue immediately; we cannot have so many undocumented persons in South Africa doing whatever they want.

This follows Operation Dudula, which took place yesterday at the Bara taxi rank in Diepkloof (Gauteng Province), where foreign national hawkers were forced away from doing business and some of their stock was set alight. Foreign national hawkers were chased away from doing business at Bara taxi rank in Diepkloof yesterday, according to a Flyingnewslive news report. This operation was conducted by a group of South Africans in what they call Operation Dudula, and many foreign national hawkers have lost their stock due to it being set alight.

The video footage of the incident has gone viral on social media; thankfully, no one has been injured. It's clear at this point what the true motivation behind the operation was, and South Africans are fed up. Let's hope the ANC administration stops ignoring its own citizens and takes action.


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